The objective of the Business degree at LDS Business College is to meet your needs, whether you want to work in a small business or a large corporation, or start your own entrepreneurial venture. It offers you practical, hands-on, project-based coursework that optimizes your two-year investment and helps propel you into the workforce and a meaningful career. The degree is designed to be foundational and flexible. After the second semester, you may choose from either of the following emphases: Entrepreneurship, Management, Project Management, Professional Sales, or Global Supply Chain & Operations
Project Management Emphasis
Whether you’re interested in a viable career with a small business, honing your project management skills in your current position, or managing a high-priority project for a large company, you’ll find what you need at LDS Business College. This degree prepares you to become a professional project manager, a leader of people and processes, or an effective employee in a great variety of career opportunities.
This experience-driven program gives you both foundational skills and the flexibility to specialize. Because LDS Business College is located in the central business district of Salt Lake City, you’ll have access to an amazing array of opportunities for business research and development. In fact, the College works closely with small, medium, and national companies to give you critical experience while you attend classes. Courses taught by faculty who have real-world experience on a new, high-tech campus make this the only two-year program of its kind in the State.
Instruction in the Project Management Emphasis includes the following:
- Project management fundamentals
- Project management tools and techniques
- Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) professional certification prep
- Leadership and strategy
- Professional business writing and oral presentations
- Skills and practice in budgeting, forecasting, working capital requirements, investment analysis and decision making
- Financial accounting
- Supply chain and operations
- Business technology
As part of the program, you will complete an internship to gain practical experience in a real business setting. You’ll also develop a comprehensive resume and employment portfolio encompassing your body of scholastic work.
What else is here for you?
- Small classes – Average class size is 24. That means more one-on-one time with the faculty
- LDS Environment – Your experience will include friends who share your goals and values
- Affordable– Tuition is $1,530 per semester. About 70% of freshmen scholarship applicants receive awards. More than 50% of the College’s students qualify for federal financial aid
- Degrees & Certificates – Students can earn a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree in Business with a Management emphasis as well as a one-year Accounting or Professional Sales certificate
The Business degree prepares students for employment in a business career as a business owner, manager, project manager, professional salesperson, analyst, customer service professional representative or as an effective employee in the great variety of business career opportunities that exist. Salaries widely vary.
Upon completion of the program, successful graduates will be able to:
- Confirm personal testimony in the restored gospel of Jesus Christ
- Collaborate with others using interpersonal skills in an honest, ethical, and Christ-like manner
- Communicate effectively using written and verbal presentation principles
- Construct new knowledge using technology and information resource tools
- Comprehend and think critically to solve problems
- Cultivate a strong, professional work ethic and life-long learning opportunities
- Use the skills of managing the processes of a project to contribute to the bottom line success of a business organization
- Use effective organizational and multi-tasking skills to manage a project
- Use proper leadership and management skills to accomplish projects
- Articulate career preparation confidently using resumes, portfolios and interviews
Click here for required courses and graduation requirements