Going into my freshman year at Liberty University, I knew I wanted to major in accounting. I understood that a BS in Accounting would set me up with many options in the business world to make up to six digits. However, I did not know exactly what I wanted to do with my degree. The FOCUS 2 Career Exploration Worksheet showed me many options that my degree would give me, along with the pay that goes with each. This helped me to narrow it
Hi! I am Sophia Sanchez, am 19 years old, full-time student, started my second year of college and an aspiring business major. I had a first tough year of college and that resulted in me failing two classes. Despite the challenges I faced I plan to excel in the courses I have enrolled in this semester. Assuming that I pass all of my courses, I will be eligible to transfer to a CSU next fall with an AS-T in Business Management and my general ed credits fulfilled. My plan is to transfer to Cal State Fullerton to attain my Bachelors degree in business and minor in music. After I graduate I wish to return to school to get my master’s degree. I have yet to explore my career options with a business degree however I hope to open a restaurant or clothing
Back in the early 1990's I acquired my Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts Degree through LAHC's accelerated program. When it was time to pursue my bachelor's degree I could not decide what to major in. I checked out several colleges and when University of Phoenix came to my attention I met with their Administration department. They offered accelerated programs in business, business administration, etc. but while it was nice, it sounded very ridged and boring. It was also extremely expensive so I didn't move forward. Baldwin's article identified that the largest degrees issued in the 1990's were in business so it's all put in perspective now as to why the colleges were offering those majors.
S: YMR stated that she had been living with her mother about one year, has is a newcomer. YMR lived with her maternal grandmother for many years back in her country. YMR stated that when she arrived to the U.S., she found out that her mother was pregnant, She shared that her mother did not want to tell her because she did not know how the client was going to react. YMR stated that she was happy because her mother had had four miscarries before. YMR explained that almost at the same time that she started living with her mother, the mother's partner and father of the child that her mother was going to have moved into her home. YMR stated that her mom used to work from 6am-12pm and the YMR spent a lot of time with her mother's partner. YMR stated that this man has
When I was accepted to Temple University, I was not sure what I wanted to do because I was painfully torn between business and tourism and hospitality management. Fortunately, I was able to participate in a program where I could explore both study fields.
An aspect of most colleges that identify as Christian is one that goes beyond academic success or a social life. This aspect is the emphasis placed on a student’s faith, spirituality, and relationship with God. Specifically at Urshan College, many students will define the origin of their college choice in a meaningful moment with God when He called them to attend. While students come to Urshan College for a general education, many students desire the specifically Apostolic education Urshan has to offer that builds upon the calling to a life of ministry. This is a perfect representation of the mission of Urshan College as an Apostolic institute. Urshan’s mission is to to educate, equip, and empower students to go out and live the lives God has called them to live.
Peter Nicholson wishes to convert the factory in the north east to production of the electric taxi. Using data in Appendix C, Table 1, calculate payback period and the average rate of return.
Is a Business Degree Worth the Investment? These days, people understand the value of college. Without a college degree, people will have to work harder to earn more money. However, the challenge many people face is determining what degree to pursue. Many people choose to go to college for a business
My criteria were that I could choose the majors which interested me the most and that I could see a job in in the future. My top choices where as follows accounting, management, economics, marketing, hospitality, and sports business. When I saw these options, I could see which ones I wanted to remove form my list. The ones I removed where, hospitality and sports business. Although I like sports I couldn’t see myself as an agent or some one working for a sporting organization. I also enjoy talking to people and serving them, but I did not see myself doing this as a long-term career so I decided hospitality was not the choice for me. The majors I had left to choose from where marketing, accounting, management, and economics. I further narrowed my criteria from here. I further narrowed it by deciding which major I had the most background and knowledge on. This eliminate the accounting ang marketing majors. Now I was left whit my final decision the choice between management and economics. I have always thought I would like to own my won business at some point in time, and this would work quite well with a management degree. On the other hand, I know a large amount
To be quite honest, I do not know how to answer this question, but I will do my best. First of all, I have never attended a Christian university. In fact, it is not after I had enrolled in this school that I come to learn that it is a
In high school as well as college, in addition to being a student-athlete, I worked part-time at Express Oil Change—working my way from a small manual position to a corporate position as a vital medium between employees and the owners. I now work as an Operational Support Coordinator which involves recruiting mechanics and technicians for retail shops, marketing, and human resources. Communication with others is a key aspect of my job. I feel my experience in sociology gives me a strong understanding of human behavior, but I am seeking to expand my knowledge in the integral fields of business such as finance and accounting. Therefore, a Master’s degree in Business Administration would help me become more versatile in my current position and would be necessary for any future
The Perdue School of Business is organized by departments . Each department has its own vision and mission statement , similar to the PSB. The department chair’s within the PSB are the head of each academic department . When students need to get into a class or are having problems with their programs they are usually directed to the department chair . You are also directed to the department chair if you have any issues or concern with the classes you are taking within your major.
The following case analysis will assess Coach Inc. and its strategy in the accessible luxury brand goods market. The coach strategy focuses on its luxury rivals in matching key quality styles while offering it at a cheaper price. The company offers most products at a 50% off discount price less than other brands which gives them a competitive advantage pertaining to its customer base. Coach marketed its products to middle –income consumers desiring taste of luxury, but also affluent and wealthy consumers with means to spend considerably more on a handbag (Gamble, 2012. P.C-73) .The Company also has several other strategies such as to increase global distribution, improve same store sales productivity and continue its multi-channel business model which includes indirect whole sales to third party retailers but also focuses on direct consumer sales. Coach has done well in the luxury goods industry but the companies profit margin is still below the levels achieved prior to the onset of a slowing economy in 2007 ( Gamble, 2012. P.C-73.The Company had experienced a decline in sales as they are unsure if the company recent growth could remain constant and maintain their competitive advantage with other successful luxury lines Michael Kors, Salvatore Ferragamo, Prada and Dolce & Gabbana.
Short answer questions: 1. An international bank loaned money to an emerging country a few years ago. Because of the nonpayment of interest due on this loan, the bank is now negotiating with the borrower to exchange the loan for Brady bonds. The Brady bonds that would be issued would be either par bonds or discount bonds with the same time to maturity.
During my sophomore year in high school, I made up my mind, I wanted to study business. My uncle owns his own business, he took me to work with him one day ever since then I have been in love with the concept of being your own boss. Although I