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Bachelor of Science in Business Education

At Fort Hays State University, we offer three concentrations in under the Bachelor of Science in Business Education.  These concentrations include:

To see the course work for each concentration, please click on the name of the program.

These concentrations provide you the opportunity to earn a degree in business that is tailored to your interests and future goals.  During the course of your education, you will be exposed to coursework from accounting, business law, communication, economics, leadership, management, marketing, website design, and many more.  Additionally, you will complete classes specific to your concentration.  The benefit of a degree structured like this is a specialized degree that also offers a generalized overview of business. 

Our degree programs can be completed on-campus, virtually, or a combination of both to fit into your schedule. 

The concentration in Business Teacher Licensure prepares you to teach tomorrow's business leaders in grades 6-12.  A dual-degree program, Business Teacher Licensure prepares you to receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Education with a concentration in Business Teacher Licensure and a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education.  Graduates from this program have taught a wide range of classes, served as student group advisors, and served as coaches. 

Corporate Communication is the most adaptable concentration in Busines Education.  As a Corporate Communication graduate, management positions as directors of communication, public relations, media relations, and many more are available to you in the public and private sector.

The last concentration, Training and Development, is an excellent choice for first-time college students as well as working adults who want to increase their education level.  With a degree in Training and Development, you will be prepared to train employees to better perform their jobs.  Graduates are prepared to develop management and collaboration systems, web applications, and training programs. 

For more information about each of these programs, please contact the Department of Management and Marketing

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