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ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAMS

thumbnail: Complete SuccessThe College of Business and Public Affairs offers online bachelor degree completer programs to any student.  Graduates of the Kentucky Community & Technical College System (KCTCS) are typically the most common type of student participating in one of our online degree programs. View the  Online Completer Program Factsheet .
 
Students who wish to enroll in an online completer degree must meet the College of Business admission requirements.  KCTCS graduates may also qualify for the KCTCS transfer scholarship
 

Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship 

The Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship concentration is an applied study of small business ownership and management, of the entrepreneur as an agent of innovation, and of entrepreneurship as an organization/management process. Although generally focused on issues relating to new or small ventures, the program also explores entrepreneurial concepts without regard to company age or size.  The concentration includes coursework in the financial, management, marketing, and legal aspects of new and growing entrepreneurial ventures.

The 2+2 Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship program targets Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) associate-level students from business related programs and is intended as a "completer" program for KCTCS associate degree graduates.

 2010 - 2011 Course Planning Transfer Guide  

2006 - 2008 Course Planning Transfer Guide

Accounting/Online

Graduates of the Accounting Program are equipped with the tools and techniques that will enable them to assume entry-level positions in public accounting, industry, government, and other institutions. Accounting students complete a sequence of accounting courses which prepares them to set up an accounting system, make ready all standard financial statements, and analyze accounting data and statements for use in managerial decision making. The Accounting Program is designed to help students meet academic requirements for taking the CPA and other professional accounting exams.

 2010 - 2011 Course Planning Transfer Guide  

2006 - 2008 Course Planning Transfer Guide
 


General Business/Online
 

The purpose of the General Business Option is to prepare students in all areas of business.  A graduate can enter small business, marketing, information technology, federal and state government, end-user computing, insurance, real estate, banking institutions, sales, or entry into an MBA program.

 2010 - 2011 Course Planning Transfer Guide  

2006 - 2008 Course Planning Transfer Guide 

SPOTLIGHT

Calling All College of Business Alumni!! 

If you would be interested in sharing your experiences and perspectives about business and your successes with current and prospective business students, please fill out our Alumni Form....