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Dec. 21, 2007
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EMU's College of Businessto offer undergraduate degree at Livonia site

YPSILANTI — Eastern Michigan University’s Livonia campus is now offering its first undergraduate program in business administration.  The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program is a degree-completion program geared to transfer students from Schoolcraft, Henry Ford, Oakland, Wayne, Delta, Lansing, Monroe, Macomb and Washtenaw Community Colleges.

“This is the first time we’ve offered this program in Livonia to accommodate students who live near the area,” said Amelia Chan, assistant dean for undergraduates, College of Business. “It’s the perfect opportunity for community college students who want to earn a bachelor’s degree in management or general business. Students may transfer up to 82 community college credits.”  EMU’s BBA program requires 124 credits to graduate.

The program’s first four classes, which begin the week of Jan. 7, are business statistics, principles of marketing, organizational behavior and theory, and human resource management.  For more information, e-mail Chan at achan@emich.edu or go to http://www.emich.edu/admissions/apply

EMU-Livonia is located at I-275 and Six Mile Road.




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