Employers are looking for well-rounded business professionals with experience in a broad range of business topics. That’s exactly what PennWest’s undergraduate Integrated Business program gives you.
Offered online, this program provides you with a strong business core, plus a curriculum that builds written and oral communications, critical thinking and analytical skills and a knowledge of legal and ethical issues. It also helps you acquire a global perspective, which is highly valued by any enterprise.
You’ll learn in small classes taught by faculty with professional experience. They will help you understand and practice business processes, enterprise systems, current and emerging technologies, business analytics, project management and much more. Before your senior year, you’ll have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through an internship in your chosen field.
You can complete your degree requirements by choosing electives in the Integrated Business program or select one of three concentrations that prepare you for success in specific careers.
Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (ACBSP), which accredits quality business programs across the globe.
Learn online, in a flexible format that fits into your schedule.
Allow you to specialize in in-demand fields.
Student-to-faculty ratio at PennWest.
Careers, salaries and working environments will vary, depending on the organization that employees you. If you graduate with the BSBA in Integrated Business, for example, you most likely will work in an office building of some sort. Alumni in the Intelligent Enterprise concentration also work in many businesses as accountants, marketers, logisticians, business analysts, or they run and innovate their own businesses. Parks and Recreation Management grads may work outdoors, in community recreation centers or facilities, while Event Planning alumni could work for a large or small corporation, a nonprofit agency or in their own business.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, job opportunities for graduates in Parks and Recreation Management concentration will increase 10% between now and 2031,while jobs for Event Planners will jump 18% during the same time frame.
Event Planning and Management
Parks and Recreation Management
PennWest’s three campuses, California, Clarion and Edinboro universities, have been delivering award-winning online programs for more than 20 years. You’ll graduate with a degree from Pennsylvania Western University, completely supported by the expertise and community of learners on our brick-and-mortar campuses.