Make your impact felt with a B.A. in business from Northern Vermont University Online.
The online program in business at NVU is both a professional training ground and an introduction to the world of finance and management. Students choose a concentration in either accounting or management and graduate with a B.A. in business. Whichever path you choose, you’ll learn by doing. From internships with regional, national, and international businesses and organizations to work conducting feasibility studies and marketing plans for local businesses, you’ll get real-world experience and make important connections throughout your education. As you progress toward your degree, you’ll hone practical and marketable skills that will get you the job or promotion once you graduate. You’ll make your impact felt far and wide as you enter the career marketplace with a strong foundation in business fundamentals taught by experts in their fields.
About Northern Vermont University Online
- 100% online
- In-state rates* no matter where you live; complete your coursework from your home or office.
- 2.0 cumulative GPA required
*The in-state rate does not apply to courses that NVU Online students take from other Vermont State College institutions or for non-Vermont students utilizing the face-to-face advising model or pursuing the hybrid B.S. in Early Childhood Education degree.
Accounting is an in-demand career in a range of sectors. Nonprofit organizations, schools and hospitals, government agencies, and grassroots enterprises all need accountants. Today’s accountant focuses on auditing controls—both preventive controls (designed to prevent errors or irregularities from happening) and forensic controls (designed to find errors or irregularities after they occur). They are trouble-shooters and puzzle-solvers with a knack for numbers and an eye for details. View Degree Requirements for the B.A. in Business with Accounting Concentration This link will take you to the B.A. in Business with Accounting Concentration degree requirements listed in the 2017-18 course catalog for Johnson State College. Johnson State College and Lyndon State College will become Northern Vermont University on July 1, 2018. The 2018-19 NVU course catalog will be available in early summer 2018.
If you’re someone who sees the big picture and realizes that many small steps, carefully executed, are required to reach a goal, a career in management may be a great fit. The Management concentration provides the skills and knowledge to run your own business, succeed in an organization of your choosing, or pursue graduate study after earning your B.A. Through case studies and simulations, you’ll apply theory to actual business situations and develop skills in planning, organization, leadership, and human resources. Supported by a strong liberal arts curriculum, you’ll gain a solid foundation in communications, critical thinking, problem solving, decision making, and creativity—the basis for success in the dynamic world of business and management.
View Degree Requirements for the B.A. in Business with Management Concentration
This link will take you to the B.A. in business with management concentration degree requirements listed in the 2017-18 course catalog for Johnson State College. Johnson State College and Lyndon State College will become Northern Vermont University on July 1, 2018. The 2018-19 NVU course catalog will be available in early summer 2018.
Our graduates have gone on to found and operate large and small businesses, both in Vermont and worldwide. They launch cutting-edge ventures, help existing companies grow and succeed, and manage complex organizations with global reach.