Accounting provides the skills and knowledge to pursue a variety of career paths. The accounting graduate can choose positions in business, government, industry, or in a not for-profit organization. Graduates may also start their own businesses using both the accounting and business skills acquired at Webber. In addition, the accounting program offers courses which, combined with the Master of Business Administration, will allow the individual to sit for the CPA examination in the state of Florida.
Computer Information Systems
This major is designed to prepare the graduate with skills in information systems and management for an entry-level position that could lead to a career in a variety of IS positions. The student will develop skills with typical office software packages, basic networking and operating systems, relational database design and programming, basic web design, structured programming using one or more high-level programming languages, systems analysis and design, team management, and a fundamental knowledge of the organizational structure. Courses in the program are designed around realistic business problems and hands-on experience with both hardware and software.
Criminal Justice Management
Webber’s CJM Program combines the time honored courses in accounting, management, marketing, and finance that Webber has been known for internationally. Webber International University is recognized as one of best universities in the southeast United States by the prestigious Princeton Review. In addition, the criminal justice side of the program offers all of the same core courses contained in programs from major universities throughout the United States and Canada. This program is offered both online and on-site. The innovative combination of BA and CJM makes the program one of a kind which results in a synergistic and dynamic combination for anyone interested in a successful career in law enforcement.
This program is designed to prepare the graduate for a career in a variety of financial management positions. The student will develop an understanding of the theory of finance and the interaction of private and public sector finance as they relate to the overall economy. The student will develop a theoretical as well as a practical understanding of the various areas in the field of finance: banking, investments, financial institutions, portfolio management, and general financial management.
The programs inherent flexibility promotes the skills to manage in a variety of business and industry positions. The carefully planned courses provide the foundation for making intelligent business decisions. Entrepreneurial education is an essential component of the Management Program. Emphasis is placed on: creating and revising strategic plans; processes leading to planned outcomes; budgets and controls; personnel issues and ethics in business. These skills are as applicable to small businesses as they are to medium and large business enterprises. The development of self-direction is the focus of the Management Program.
Integrated Marketing Systems
Effective Fall 2017, Webber has introduced the Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) program, which combines our previous majors in marketing and corporate communications. IMC has become a powerful force in the digital era—aimed at creating unified, strategic messages that use all promotional tools and channels to build a successful brand and organization. Webber’s IMC program combines study in advertising, business communications, emerging media, marketing strategy, and public relations to help students excel in today’s IMC workplace. Students pursuing a BSBA degree in IMC will choose a focus on executive-level communications, strategic marketing, emerging media and social media, or creative communications, as well as electives that support their areas of interest. IMC is an interdisciplinary program designed to fit students’ needs and prepare them for a wide variety of positions in marketing and communications.
For Marketing requirements prior to Fall 2017, CLICK HERE.