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Business Studies

Business Studies 

In Kentucky and the U.S., businesses provide a significant percentage of the professional career opportunities. It is no wonder that Business majors are so popular. The Business degree in the WKU School of Professional Studies may be earned in as little as two years. The program provides graduates with the specialized knowledge and skills needed to pursue a rewarding career.

Over the years, graduates of the Business Program have gone on to start their own successful companies; work as supervisors and managers throughout the state; and/or gone on to complete their four-year bachelor's degree  in one of a number of complimentary areas. The two-year nature of the Business Program is particularly appealing to people who want to advance in their current position, enter the work force quickly, or want to start their own business.  Academic Programs

The following Concentrations are offered for the Business Studies Associates Degree:

Business Management Concentration

Leadership Concentration

Office Management & Supervision Concentration

Management Information Systems Concentration

We also offer a Two Plus Two program:

Business Management Preparation (Two Plus Two) Concentration

As well as the following certificate:

Human Resources Certificate

School of Professional Studies

Tate Page Hall
1906 College Heights Blvd. #41086
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1086
Phone: 270.745.8973
Fax: 270.745.2011 
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 Dr. Said Ghezal

Business Studies Coordinator 

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