A solid foundation in problem-solving, critical thinking, communication skills, information technology, project management, and human resources management
Through St. John’s University’s Bachelor of Science in Administrative Studies, you gain the knowledge, skills, and credentials for success in this fast-growing field. Convenient and flexible, this program draws on St. John’s success in educating top business leaders.
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Undergraduate admission is based on many factors, including previous academic performance, satisfactory achievement on standardized tests, personal recommendations, and other indications of an applicant's interests, motivation, and potential.
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Students are prepared to direct, manage, and coordinate a wide range of business and financial services in today’s technology-oriented workplace. They gain a solid foundation in problem solving, critical thinking, interpersonal communication skills, information technology, project management, and human resources in the business world.
The interdisciplinary, 120-credit curriculum includes courses in human relations, technology, business, and a liberal arts core, providing broad knowledge of our world as well as a solid grounding in analytical and communication skills.
The program in administrative studies prepares students for entry level positions in the world of business, with special emphasis on the development of critical thinking, analytic problem-solving, interpersonal communication skills, and the technical acumen necessary to perform in today’s high-performance workplace.
Students also gain these advantages:
Graduates of the administrative studies program have found employment in firms and companies such as:
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The combined Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)/Master of Arts (M.A.) program in Sociology and Criminology and Justice offers highly-motivated students the opportunity to complete their undergraduate and graduate degrees in five years of full-time study.
You can complete a major or a minor in Sociology and Anthropology, a minor in Social Work, or combine your B.A. with an M.A. in Sociology or Criminology and Justice.
In today’s diverse global workplace, it is more important than ever to understand the ways different groups of people interact. Psychologists, hospital administrators, research analysts and human resource specialists are just some of the chosen career paths for graduates holding a sociology degree.
The combined B.A./M.A. program in Sociology offers highly-motivated students the opportunity to complete their undergraduate and graduate degrees in five years of full-time study.
The Master of Arts (M.A.) in Sociology at St. John’s University fosters the development of critical thinking, analytical, and research skills alongside an understanding of sociological theory and urban and global perspectives.
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