General Business Bachelor's Degree
Newly streamlined to 120 credit hours and revised to include four distinct concentrations of operations/supply chain management, human resource management, marketing, and business analytics, the general business bachelor's degree provides a solid understanding of the fundamental areas in business: finance, accounting, management and marketing. The program is designed to prepare students for the diverse environment of the business world.
Careers in General Business
Business gives today's college graduate a wealth of career opportunities such as:
- valuing investment opportunities in financial markets on Wall Street
- performing financial audits in a Big 6 accounting firm
- managing a project team designing a new method of manufacturing a product
- pricing and promoting a new product being introduced to the market
K-State's business graduates find jobs with large corporations and small businesses, government agencies and nonprofit organizations. They also are involved with banking activities, trading on the commodity and stock exchanges, working in advertising agencies, practicing accounting in public and private firms and working in major manufacturing businesses. Program graduates have been found helping small businesses grow, working in family businesses and even starting their own businesses. They also hire and supervise employees, train new managers, plan budgets, create new products and set up company-wide information systems.
Kansas State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The general business bachelor's degree is offered through the K-State College of Business Administration. The college is also accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB).