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The ABCs of a Career in Business

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This presentation examines the field of business including business degree program course offerings and careers in business.

This presentation examines the field of business including business degree program course offerings and careers in business.

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  • 1. The abc’s of a career in theworld of business From the UniversityDecisions.comDecisions Center
  • 2.  MARKETING  ACCOUNTING  MANAGEMENT  FINANCE
  • 3. Advertising andPublic Relations Managing the rollout of new products, and perception of products through media. MarketResearch Find out what drives people to buy products. Product Management Manage and Strengthen Brands Retail Final sale of a product
  • 4.  Marketing  Advertising  MarketingBehavior  MarketingResearch Persuasive Strategies: InfluencingBusiness and ConsumerDecisions  MarketingInternship  Relationship Marketing Global Marketing  Special Topics inMarketing  Integrated Marketing  IndependentStudies inMarketing
  • 5.  Accounting is the study of how a business tracks their income and assets over time. Accountants know how businesses can truly run. By knowing the nuts and bolts of a business, an accountant has the best understanding of what drives business and profits in a company.
  • 6.  Accounting Ethics and Professional Responsibilities  Accounting Internship  Federal IncomeTax II  Accounting Information Systems  Auditing  SpecialTopics in Accounting  Accounting Research and Analysis  Independent Studies in Accounting  Financial Accounting  Managerial Accounting  Intermediate Accounting I  Intermediate Accounting II  Cost Management  Fraud Examination  InterviewingTechniques for Fraud Investigations  Legal Elements of Fraud  Corporate Governance and Internal Control Assessment  Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting  Federal IncomeTax I
  • 7. • Consulting • Strategic Planning • Non-Profit • General Management • Entrepreneurship • Operations Management • Human Resources
  • 8.  Human Resources Management  Process Management Applications  Decision Making and Problem Solving  Organizational Behavior Management and Leadership: A Continuum  Management Internship  Evolution of Management  Global Business Issues  Special Topics in Management Management Capstone  Independent Studies in Management
  • 9. • Commercial Banking • Corporate Finance • Financial Planning • Hedge Funds • Insurance • Investment Banking • Money Management • Private Equity • Real Estate
  • 10. Corporate Finance Monetary Economics and the Global Economy Business Economics AdvancedCorporate Finance Investment Management Financial Derivatives CorporateValuation InternationalCorporate Finance Real Estate Investment: Analysis and Financing International Financial Markets International Banking Urban Fiscal Policy Fixed Income Securities Funding Investments Behavioral Finance VentureCapital and the Finance of Innovation The Finance of Buyouts and Acquisitions Supervised Study in Finance Corporate Finance Macroeconomics and the Global Economic Environment Financial Derivatives International Financial Markets Investment Management Real Estate Investment: Analysis and Financing Fixed Income Securities AdvancedCorporate Finance CorporateValuation Urban Fiscal Policy InternationalCorporate Finance International Banking Funding Investments Behavioral Finance VentureCapital and the Finance of Innovation The Finance of Buyouts and Acquisitions Advanced Study Project in Finance Corporate Restructuring Independent Study Project in Finance Financial Economics Financial Institutions Introduction to Empirical Methods in Finance Continuous-Time Financial Economics Financial Economics Under Imperfect Information Intertemporal Macroeconomics and Finance Topics in Asset Pricing Corporate Finance International Finance Empirical Research in Finance Applied Quantitative Methods in Finance Behavioral Finance
  • 11. Business Degrees can be applied to virtually any industry and can even help you to start a business of your own. Many students start out with an undergraduate degree and then proceed to attend graduate school. Even after you’ve started working, you can still continue to take classes to further advance your career.
  • 12.  Online Degrees-100% Online  CLASSES ARE TAKENVIA THE INTERNET - CLASSESAREUSUALLYSHORTERINLENGTH - ONLINEOFFERS MORE FLEXIBILITY • Vocational School or Career College  ATTENDCLASSESONASPECIFIC CAMPUS - DEGREESAREDESIGNEDAROUNDSPECIFICTRADES - STUDENTSARETAUGHT THESKILLSNEEDEDTOPERFORMAPARTICULARJOB • TRADITIONALCOLLEGEOR UNIVERSITYCAMPUS  ATTENDCLASSESON ASPECIFICCAMPUS  DEGREESAWARDEDFORTRADITIONALFIELDSOF STUDY
  • 13.  VisitUniversityDecisions.com  Review your degreeprogram options  Determine online, on-campus orboth  Explore which college, university, careercollege or vocational school is right for you