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Enterprise Regulation: Profit and Non-Profit, Bachelor of Science

126 Credits
College of Professional Studies
Queens Campus

Overview

The Division of Administration & Economics offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Enterprise Regulation: Profit and Non-Profit.  The program provides its graduates with a uniquely integrated curriculum fusing career-specific and liberal studies subject matter.

By learning to apply concepts from law, business and the liberal arts to real world issues, students will prepare for myriad careers, including government regulation, personnel, purchasing, financial services, law office administration, judicial and legislative support, not-for-profit organizations, labor relations, collective bargaining, agency, negotiation, dispute resolution, real estate, contract administration and entrepreneurial endeavors.  The program provides a solid basis for advanced degrees in law, public administration and business.

Admission

For more information about admission to this and other acclaimed undergraduate programs at St. John’s University, please visit Undergraduate Admission online. Or contact us directly at the campus of your choice:

Admission Office - Queens Campus
718-990-2000
admissions@stjohns.edu

Courses

Opportunities

By learning to apply concepts from law, business, and the liberal arts to real-world issues, students prepare for myriad careers including government regulation, personnel, purchasing, financial services, office administration, judicial and legislative support, not-forprofit organizations, labor relations, collective bargaining, agency, negotiation, dispute resolution, real estate, contract administration, and entrepreneurial endeavors. The program provides a solid basis for advanced degrees in law, public administration, and business.