New undergraduate programs in business leadership and allied health
Beginning this fall, Immaculata University will offer three additional Bachelor of Science degrees, available in convenient delivery formats for working adults.
Immaculata’s B.S. in Business Leadership is an online, accelerated bachelor’s degree-completion program that prepares students with management and analytical skills for today’s business environment in both the profit and nonprofit sectors. Business Leadership students will receive a 15 percent discount on tuition and may transfer up to 72 credits into the program.
Designed with input from successful business leaders, the curriculum integrates responsible leadership development with a business foundation, including courses focused on risk management, cybersecurity, and corporate social responsibility. Students will explore leadership theories and develop their own leadership styles, enabling them to communicate more effectively, manage change initiatives, understand group dynamics, and lead high-performing teams.
This degree-completion program allows licensed allied health professionals to apply their clinical training and coursework toward bachelor’s degree requirements. Students may complete the program online or on Immaculata’s campus in as little as two years. To apply, students must have the equivalent of 30 credits within an allied health clinical field and a passing score on any required examinations for that field.
This hybrid online and on-campus program provides a flexible, interdisciplinary approach to learning about health sciences and the health care system, including courses in contemporary issues in health care and leadership in health care.
The program is designed for students who want a well-rounded foundation in health sciences without limiting themselves to a specific clinical degree. They can apply many of their science credits toward this degree and complete the program in as little as two years, depending on the number of credits they transfer.
“These degrees highlight two of the best aspects of an Immaculata education — our focus on career-oriented programs and our dedication to serving and valuing adult learners and their prior work, life, and educational experiences,” said Kate Kearney, acting dean of Immaculata’s College of LifeLong Learning.
Immaculata’s College of LifeLong Learning offers adult learners flexible, career-oriented degree programs, including cybersecurity, health care management, human resource management, finance, marketing management, R.N. to B.S.N., emergency planning and management, and more.
For more information about these programs, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 484-323-3524.
Located on the Main Line in scenic Chester County, 20 miles west of Philadelphia, Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher learning. Immaculata contributes to the development of the whole person of any faith, fostering a commitment to truth, service, justice, and peace.