FOREST CITY, Iowa – Waldorf University is pleased to announce the addition of three new concentrations to its Bachelor of Science in business administration (BSBA) degree programs.
The university’s online BSBA program now offers concentrations in communications, health care and psychology. The school also features BSBA concentrations in human resources management and management.
“Waldorf is elated to continue to expand its academic degree offerings, particularly in a field that is so diverse and relevant as business,” said Waldorf President Bob Alsop. “We anticipate these concentrations will give our students outstanding communication skills while allowing them to excel in interpersonal and managerial relations.”
The BSBA psychology concentration is designed to help students develop critical thinking, analytical reasoning, interpersonal skills and ethical values. This knowledge is meant to provide the foundation for improving productivity and interpersonal relationships within the workplace.
When comes to communication and media in the workplace, the BSBA communications concentration will help students gain hands-on experience with current technologies, particularly in the areas of electronic and digital media as they relate to business.
Similarly, the BSBA health care management concentration combines a business-oriented approach with the managerial knowledge and skills required to work in today’s regulated, complex health care industry.
Enrollment for the new concentrations is open now. Students who are currently enrolled at Waldorf can switch to one of the concentrations, too. For more information, email OnlineAdmissions@Waldorf.edu or visit Waldorf.edu.
About Waldorf University
Based in Forest City, Iowa, Waldorf University is a liberal arts institution that delivers engaging learning experiences through innovative residential and online instruction while providing students associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees and certificates in organizational leadership, criminal justice, fire science, theater, education, biology and more. Visit Waldorf.edu to learn more.