BA in Business Administration with option in Information Management
Richfield College’s Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with Option in Information Management prepares students for a career in business with a specialization in management information systems and records. The program offers a well - rounded business education with foundational courses in management, business, information technology, and office administration. The program aims to develop students’ intellectual ability, managerial and administrative skills and provide them with information technology tools to enhance their managerial decision-making competencies.
The program graduates can work as entry-level managers in a variety of business settings with specialized skills in handling and managing information and knowledge using today’s information technology tools.
1. Completion, submission, and approval of the application form and the supporting documents, including the payment of the required fees.
2. Possession of a high school diploma or GED. Submission of official high school transcripts from a state-approved high school or its equivalent. High school diplomas earned outside the United States must be evaluated and approved by Richfield College’s Admissions Office before admission to any program.
3. Proficiency in English evidenced by one of the following:
a. 70% or above passing score on Richfield college English Proficiency Examination (RCE PE), or
b. A score of 600 or above on the paper-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), corresponding to a score of 100 or above on the internet-based (iBT), or
c. High School Diploma or a minimum of one (1) year college education at an institution with English as its official instructional language.
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration With Option in Information Management Degree Program only accepts students who have graduated from a high school and does not accept any student based on the ability to benefit as described in § 94904 of the California Educational Code (CEC).
Last updated February 10, 2018