Undergraduate Programs in Business

Click below to learn more about the Undergradute programs in Buisness offered at Albany State University.

The Accounting program is designed to train students to be professional accountants in the modern business world. Courses in the program build a rich knowledge of accounting theories and practices on both private and public levels. Students are provided with a sound understanding of the practical and theoretical aspects of Accounting concepts and procedures. Developing critical thinking and communication skills are also emphasized in the program. Students are encouraged to sit for the certification exams at the completion of the program.

The Management program enables students to develop analytical skills, reflective thinking, logical reasoning, and a sound understanding of the quantitative techniques and computer applications used in decision-making processes. Career options may include industrial and service management, financial analysis, quality control management, and first level supervision in industry, business and government.

The Healthcare Administration is an area of concentration in the Management Program. The concentration includes specialty courses in healthcare and business. The Healthcare Administration concentration is structured as a four-year program to provide specialty training for the entering freshman or transfer student. 

Consistent with the mission of the School of Business, the mission of the Supply Chain and Logistics Management Discipline is to prepare our students for professional careers in the fast growing sector of Supply Chain and Logistics. In addition to the overall departmental learning goals/objectives, students, upon successful completion of our program, should be able to demonstrate:

  1. Technical competence in the Discipline’s functional areas of
    • Transportation Management
    • Warehouse Management
    • Inventory Management
    • Supply Chain Information Systems
    • Supply Chain Systems Optimization
  2. Familiarity with Enterprise Resource Management, Simulation, Optimization and other business software commonly used in Supply Chains.

  3. Develop an Analytical Global view of Supply Chains in favor of the silo thinking that prevails in the sector today. 

The Marketing gives you skills and knowledge necessary to be able to work in nearly any industry that exists today. How you ask? Marketing is such an important part of any business plan; being knowledgeable in advertising, market research, public relations, etc.; are all characteristics of marketing degree holders. Students will prepare and deliver professional and executive quality presentations, business documents and/or memos, apply decision-making models to identify business problems, evaluate and create solutions, understand the nature of business ethics, exhibit appropriate professional behaviors in an actual work environment, including:  appropriate dress, punctuality, and demeanor, and more.