Undergraduate Business Degree
Whether you’re interested in owning your own business or planning to climb the corporate ladder, our undergraduate Business degree program will help provide you with the practical skills needed for a successful career. Our Bachelor of Arts in Business degree program will teach you to manage the following key areas:
Information: You can’t manage a business without knowing how to manage data. At Kendall, you’ll learn the basics of finance and accounting, as well as how to assess broader economic trends.
People: A good manager knows how to build teams and motivate them to perform at their best. In classes and beyond, you’ll hone the leadership and conflict resolution skills you need to enhance the performance of peers and organizations.
Products and Services: You will learn how to manage the entire life cycle of a product or service, from identifying a market need, developing an initial idea, refining it through design, to developing a marketing plan.
Strategy: Establishing a mission, setting goals and executing effective plans are key to running a successful business. Through experiential projects such as simulation games and consulting mock clients, Kendall will assist you in making sure your planning and decision making skills are top notch.
Systems: Sound businesses need a solid foundation. At Kendall, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from faculty who live and breathe information technology, supply chain management and operations.
Our Business degree program, available on campus and online, offers concentrations in Culinary Entrepreneurship, International Business, Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Business Development to provide an in-depth focus as you earn your undergraduate business degree.
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On January 16, 2018, we announced the pending transition of degree programs from Kendall to National Louis University (NLU), therefore, Kendall College will no longer be enrolling in our Business program. The great news is that NLU has similar programs and you can learn more about their bachelor’s degree options on their website.