Jul 18, 2012 07:16 AM EDT
NHU to Introduce a New Culture-Oriented UG Business Administration Program
A significant shift in the demographic constituent in US, as a result growing population of Hispanics has brought many changes in the country, where the Hispanics population has touched 50 million and their presence is being felt even in the mainstream business market.
To make most out of this trend The National Hispanic University, established in 1981, is introducing entirely online degree program: Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. The University based in San Jose, California, assures that the program will help the students to develop the general business skills and knowledge they need to compete, succeed and stay relevant in current domestics and global market places. Also, it is said to focus on the rapid growth of the US Latino population.
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"Latinos are impacting every aspect of the national landscape, including business. From the rise in Hispanic business owners to the increase in Latino-centric marketing and product development, this changing dynamic has a significant influence on the economy, society and our workforce," said Dr. David P. Lopez, president of the university.
He added that this online degree program will enable the Hispanics and others working in the multicultural communities with the essential knowledge and skills that gives a competitive edge.
The program taught entirely in English, concentrates on four main aspects-General Management, Human Resource Management, International Business and Marketing- which are, apparently, designed to complement the students' interests and career goals. The University wants its student to understand the importance of culture and language as distinct advantages in today's business environment.
This program joins several other university programs that are offered entirely online, including the Master of Arts in Education with a specialization in Teaching and Learning and Bachelor of Arts in Child Development.
For more information on the program, visit www.NHU.edu.