Central Baptist College Announces Two New Business Degrees
Central Baptist College has recently added two new degree emphases to our existing Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Beginning Fall of 2021, Business Information Systems and Business Analytics will be available in both Traditional and PACE programs.
Business Information Systems will allow CBC to expand its academic focus in information technology beyond management information systems. The degree will allow the forecasting and predicting of operational needs using research techniques and data analysis for business organizations and their performances. This degree will prepare students to use their Christian faith, problem solving skills, and love for technology to discover, analyze, and evaluate businesses. Further, CBC graduates would be able to help businesses align objectives and goals using their knowledge of computer software and understanding of business concepts.
Business Analytics will focus on expanding our information technology programs into data analytics. This extension would allow CBC the opportunity to venture into operational effectiveness using research techniques and data analysis. This degree will focus on helping students develop unique technical and analytical skills to allow them jobs in a variety of fields.
According to Steve Elder, Director of PACE and Online studies at CBC, “What makes these degrees appealing is that each one uniquely teaches students to recognize how business concepts married with technology aid data-driven businesses with decision making.”
Central Baptist College is committed to transforming lives through education that integrates Christian faith and academic excellence in a Christ-centered environment, and is a four-year, private, liberal arts college owned and operated by the Baptist Missionary Association of Arkansas. CBC offers approximately 40 baccalaureate degree programs, 16 athletic teams that compete in the AMC conference of the NAIA, and 6 fine arts performance groups. For more information about CBC visit cbc.edu.
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