Chestnut Hill College’s Accelerated Adult Degree Program is designed for the adult learner. The Business Management program emphasizes the importance of integrating a liberal arts curriculum with a solid foundation of business courses to prepare students to solve real-life business problems in a socially sensitive, ethical manner. Students will learn how to analyze both the qualitative and the quantitative variables in the decision-making process as they develop the skills needed to succeed as business professionals. This program will also prepare students for graduate studies in business and/or management.
Chestnut Hill College’s Accelerated Adult Degree Program offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Management with concentrations in Healthcare Management, Human Resources Management or Organizational Dynamics.
Chestnut Hill College’s Accelerated Adult Degree Program offers a concentration in Healthcare Management designed to:
- Equip students with administrative and managerial skills necessary for professional careers in hospitals, clinics, long-term and short-term healthcare facilities, and health departments;
- Emphasize an interdisciplinary program that provides a comprehensive foundation in health issues, health systems, sociological influences, and legal and ethical concerns
Human Resources Management
Chestnut Hill College’s Accelerated Adult Degree Program offers a concentration in Human Resources Management designed to:
- Demonstrate how organizations can achieve success through their employees by strategically managing HR functions;
- Present current issues and practices relating to state-of-the art human resources management, organizational research, and staff training and development.
Chestnut Hill College’s Accelerated Adult Degree Program offers a concentration in Organizational Dynamics designed to:
- Prepare students to develop and apply the ability to think critically about organizational processes, issues, and dynamics;
- Develop an awareness of self and others in relationship to the dynamics of organizational development, behavior, and change.