Chancellor Family

Brian McElyea

Our 100% online courses allow you to schedule your class time around work, family, and other commitments. Coursework is offered in a fully online format where you can log into class any time – day or night. Here you’ll learn by interacting with your instructor, fellow online students, and course lecture materials that combine text, audio, images, interactive media, and Internet resources.

Graduate Concentrations

Masters Bachelors Associates



BS Business Administration

BS Criminal Justice

BS Legal Studies

BS Public Admin

BS Health Services Management

AA Paralegal

AAB Corporate Management

AAB Accounting

AAS Criminal Justice

Associate of Arts


Health Services Management

Social Media Marketing


Program Outcomes


Outcome Statements


  • Evaluate business decisions in light of principles of social responsibility.
  • Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the theoretical foundations and the functional areas of business as they apply in a dynamic global economy.
  • Identify and evaluate information to solve complex business problems and make effective leadership decisions.
  • Demonstrate the ability to present and analyze quantitative data, including financial, gathered from a broad range of instruments.


  • Evaluate business decisions in light of principles of social responsibility.
  • Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the theoretical foundations and the functional areas of business as they apply in a dynamic global economy.
  • Identify and evaluate information to solve complex business problems and make effective leadership decisions.


Outcome Statements


  • Demonstrate knowledge and application of business administration concepts including central theories, mode of analysis, tasks, and strategies.
  • Demonstrate professional written and oral communication skills and abilities appropriate to business-related tasks and responsibilities.
  • Apply and integrate reflective and critical thinking skills to assess and create business strategies appropriate for organizations in specified business environments.
  • Employ a stance of ethical awareness and social responsibility through a comprehension of the legal, ethical, moral, and social issues encountered in business.

BSBA Specializations


  • Demonstrates a clear understanding and application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), analyze and interpret financial statements for decision making.

Applied Management

  • Apply leadership theories to solve business problems.
  • Integrate current tools of analysis in the business environment.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply management principles used in strategic and tactical planning, setting and integrating goals and objectives, managing change, and developing effective operations.


  • Comprehend and apply financial concepts in making financial decisions in domestic and global business environments.
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze financial statements, cash flow and assess financial performance of companies using ratio analysis.
  • Demonstrate a practical understanding of business principles and their connection to economics, finance, and accounting principles.

Management Information Systems

  • Evaluate business problems and develop solutions based in information technology to solve them.
  • Design and implement information systems, which address business issues in a diverse society and global economy.


  • Construct a marketing plan based on an analysis of market related primary and secondary data.
  • Define and distinguish among core marketing concepts.
  • Determine appropriate marketing strategies and tactics for both domestic and global business situations.

BS – Information Technology

  • Develop an information system, using both fundamental and advanced technologies and techniques.
  • Apply knowledge and systems concepts for understanding and framing problems. 
  • Incorporate a broad range of information technology subjects, such as communications and network technology, systems development, hardware, and security, into a comprehensive view of Information Technology.
  • Communicate complex subject matters effectively with both a general audience and an audience of information technology professionals.

BS – Criminal Justice

  • Students will evaluate the various roles of the criminal justice system (the police, the courts, and corrections) in the administration of justice.
  • Students will articulate their knowledge of criminal law and procedure and the processes that guide them in the criminal justice system.
  • Students will analyze the causes and results of criminal acts and the theories used to explain criminal behavior and deviance.
  • Students will articulate the values, ethics, and views of diverse segments of society and their effect on the criminal justice profession.
  • Students will analyze and critically think through criminal justice issues facing criminal justice practitioners.

BS – Health Services Management

  • Students will recognize the structure, processes, and effects of health services departments, health services organizations, and health systems.
  • Students will analyze diverse legal and ethical issues in health services and formulate solutions.
  • Students will recognize the various influences that affect health and health service organizations.
  • Students will recognize the business skills applicable to health services management (budgeting, human resources, strategic planning, marketing, and information technology).

BS – Public Administration

  • Students will analyze the political, economic and legal dynamics of the policy-making environment and its impact on the work of public administrators.
  • Students will explain institutional, demographic and ideological contexts within which public policies are formulated and implemented.
  • Students will list and appraise major trends and shifts in the future shape and direction of public administration.
  • Students will illustrate the role of public organizations in a democratic society.

BS – Paralegal Studies

  • Students will prepare effective legal documents.
  • Students will perform legal research and communicate the results clearly and concisely.
  • Students will apply principles of legal ethics in a work environment.
  • Students will analyze substantive and procedural issues, which arise under the 
  • law.

Institutional Outcomes

General Education Learning Outcomes


Outcome Statements

Effective communication

  • Students will produce academically and professionally appropriate written and oral discourse.

Critical thinking

  • Students will construct logical arguments and will analyze other people’s arguments.

Quantitative reasoning

  • Students will use an algorithmic process to make decisions that involve quantitative data.

Diversity awareness

  • Students will analyze the dynamics of diversity within our society and across cultures.

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