By far the most sweeping change in business over the past few decades is the prominent role played by technology in virtually every field of Information Technology. At Sullivan University’s College of Technology, our goal is to help each student master the knowledge and skills necessary to compete in today’s information-driven workforce. Our programs cover every aspect of this rapidly expanding field, from network and system design, support and management to utilizing the technology that has become a staple of disciplines as diverse as law and medicine.
In today’s complex work environment, the properly prepared graduate must demonstrate mastery of a broad range of computer hardware, software programs, databases and networks. In addition, employers look for applicants who possess interpersonal skills and the ability to be part of a team. Students use the most current level of technology combined with learning the essential knowledge and skills identified by business and industry leaders.
This degree will prepare you for the challenges and rewards of a career in finance. You'll develop broad business skills and, more importantly, the understanding and abilities in finance that open career doors in corporate and managerial finance, investment management, brokerage, and the financial leadership of any business, nonprofit organization, or government entity. This is a degree completion program. An associate degree or the equivalent number of hours is required for admission at the junior level.
This degree seeks to meet the need for professional sales, sales management, customer service centers, and marketing personnel who are in demand in today's business environment. The art of selling, advertising, and marketing, combined with general studies and basic business courses to provide solid preparation for success and advancement. The constant demand for capable employees in this area offers Sullivan graduates the opportunity to advance rapidly in any position where creative sales and marketing ability are needed. This is a degree completion program. An associate degree or the equivalent number of hours is required for admission at the junior level.
Aspiring managers, and those with some managerial experience, will profit from the emphasis on personnel, office administration, corporate management, finance, and law, which comprise the major thrusts of this discipline. Specialized business courses and general studies offerings are combined, providing well-rounded skills for the modern business manager. In the elective offerings, students may add to specific individual goals in their business management careers. This is a degree completion program. An associate degree or the equivalent number of hours is required for admission at the junior level.
Logistics involves planning and coordinating the delivery of products and services to customers around the world. For many companies, an effective logistics process is crucial to their success. You will learn the skills needed to plan, implement, and control the efficient, effective flow of goods and services. This is a degree completion program. An associate degree or the equivalent number of hours is required for admission at the junior level.
This degree will prepare you for the challenges and rewards of a career in Healthcare Management. You will develop broad business skills, and more importantly, understand and develop the ability to unify these business skills into the unique field of Healthcare Management. This knowledge will help to open career doors in hospital administration, insurance, and pharmaceutical companies, and healthcare management leadership positions in any profit, nonprofit organization or government entity. This is a degree completion program. An associate degree or the equivalent number of hours is required for admission at the junior level.
This degree builds heavily upon solid accounting principles, tax procedures, and relates their applications to all forms of business. The relationship of accounting, information processing, and management combined with general studies and specialized business courses, prepares the graduate for highly-specialized accounting and management positions in the business world.
The Bachelor of Science in Justice and Public Safety Administration (B.S.J.P.S.A.) degree prepares students for upward progression in managing and leading organizations that are engaged primarily in law enforcement, emergency management, Homeland Security, and related areas. As the population grows and Homeland Security and safety continue to be a concern, effective leaders will increasingly be needed to meet these challenges.
You know there are many advantages to earning your BSN. It is a natural step for any RN - in fact, it is becoming a requirement at many hospitals. Earning your BSN will increase your opportunities to expand your career, by going into research or a by achieving an increased leadership role. The demand for nurses remains strong; and due to the complexities of the modern healthcare system, there is an increasing demand for nurses with a bachelor degree. Sullivan University has developed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Completion Program that would allow registered nurses with an associate degree to easily transition into a baccalaureate degree and acquire the additional knowledge and skills necessary to excel and advance in today’s healthcare industry.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources Leadership provides the necessary academic and experiential factors for the beginning practitioner and manager. Among the skills derived from the program are an in-depth study of basic Human Resource Management, Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures, Employment Law, Informational Systems, staffing, Human Diversity, Compensation Management, and Corporate Training. With successful completion of these courses, the student emerges as a well-rounded manager capable of meeting the challenges of the work place. Students may also elect one of the two tracks to degree completion. Students working on the bachelor's in HRL can select the HRL track. Students who plan to continue on into the MBA program at Sullivan University can select the MBA track. The HRL track includes five Human Resources Support component courses and the MBA track includes five MBA foundation courses. This is a degree completion program. An associate degree or the equivalent number of hours is required for admission at the junior level.
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (B.S.H.M.) degree prepares graduates for advanced positions in the hospitality industry and equips them with greater potential for upward mobility. (An associate degree is required in a hospitality major for admission at the junior level. These include either Culinary Arts, Baking & Pastry Arts, Beverage Management, Professional Catering, Travel & Tourism, Hotel & Restaurant Management or similar degree. Associate degree graduates from other accredited culinary or hospitality training institutions are also eligible for junior level status. The program is designed particularly for those who are employed and wish to continue their formal education to open doors for future advancement. All junior and senior hospitality core courses are available over the Internet.
Success in today’s complex business world may require employees who are educated in multiple areas of study. The Interdisciplinary Studies Program is designed to offer more mature, experienced students or professionals who wish to take their prior learning credits and experience and apply them toward achieving their Bachelors Degree in two concentrations of their choosing. The advantage is having applicable knowledge in multiple areas, potentially making students more marketable in the field of their choosing.
Sullivan University allows students who wish to complete their education the potential ability to transfer in up to 75 percent of the total credits needed to complete their undergraduate degree. The Interdisciplinary Studies Degree is no different. These credits can come from many different areas, including coursework from prior colleges, ACE (American Council on Education) credits, U.S. Military educational credits, CLEP (College Level Examination Program), DANTES/DSST and Excelsior examinations, and, of course, the ability to submit a portfolio assessment for college level knowledge obtained during years of work experience.
You can turn your years of experience and education into a Bachelors Degree in as little as 12 months. There are many areas to select from when choosing your two specific concentrations. Areas such as Accounting, Computer Systems, Finance, Healthcare Management, Hospitality Management, Human Resource Leadership, Logistics and Distribution Management, Management, Marketing, and many others.