Nexus University

Programs

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS PROGRAM

Nexus University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics teaches students to lead their organization’s big data objectives through data management and statistical analysis. Students using sophisticated data analysis software will solve complex and multidimensional business problems. The students will acquire the knowledge, understanding, skills, and hands-on experience to become a data architect and senior leader.

Degree Requirements

Students must complete 60 lower division credit hours, which includes 42 general education credit hours, plus 60 upper division credit hours for a total of 120 credit hours.

Program Objectives

Upon completing the Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics, a student should have certain competencies or have met the learning objectives. The learning objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics are as follows:

  1. Demonstrate a solid understanding of popular data analysis software.
  2. Function as a subject matter expert in data analysis projects.
  3. Create data analysis programs to find solutions to their organizations’ data problems.
  4. Create data analysis reports for their organizations recommending solutions to their data problems.
  5. Effectively communicate their data analysis findings to their organizations.
  6. Serve as an advocate of solid data analysis design and ethical practice within their organizations.
  7. Address business issues through the practical application of interdisciplinary and analytical skills found throughout the Bachelor of Science in Business

Analytics Program:

  • Business Communication
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Information Systems
  • Economics
  • Business Ethics
  • Accounting
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Critical Thinking
  • General Education

Admission Requirements

  1. High school graduates from an institution that holds state approval to confer high school diplomas or are accredited or a candidate for accreditation at the time the student attended by an approved USDOE accrediting body or GED certificate.
  2. Students with a foreign earned HS diploma or transferring credits from a foreign institution of higher education must have their credential and/or courses validated, translated and certified by a NACES approved agency.
  3. Students must submit current government issued identification.
  4. Submit application with $25 fee.
  5. All non-native English speakers are required to submit official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (Internal English Language Testing System) results:
    • • TOEFL - Must score a minimum of 70 on the IBT (Internet Based test).
    • • IELTS – Must score 6.5 or better overall.
    • • Nexus University code is 4237

BSBA CURRICULUM PLAN

SemesterCourse NumberCourse NameCredits
IMAT 111College Algebra*3
ENG 112English Composition I*3
ART 113Art Appreciation*3
BUS 214Introduction to Business3
IISTA 121Statistics*3
ENG 122English Composition II*3
ACC 223Accounting I3
BIS 124Computer and Internet Literacy*3
IIISTA 231Business Statistics3
ACC 332Accounting II3
BIS 133Introduction to Information Systems*3
PSY 134Psychology*3
IVMAT 341Trigonometry3
DAT 342Introduction to SAS Programming3
FIN 243Finance3
BIO 144Biology*3
VMAT 351Pre-Calculus3
ECO 352Microeconomics3
SPC 153Speech*3
DAT 354Introduction to Python Programming3
VIMAT 361Business Calculus I3
ECO 352Macroeconomics3
HLP 163Total Wellness*3
SCI 164Earth Science*3
SCI 164LEarth Science Lab*1
VIIMAT 471Business Calculus II3
STA 472Introduction to Computational Statistical Software3
PHI 173Introduction to Logic*3
ETH 274Business Ethics3
VIIIDAT 481Advanced Data Analytics3
MGT 282Organizational Behavior for Managers3
SOC 183Sociology*3
DAT 484Introduction to Research Ethics3
IXSTA 491Applied Regression Models3
DAT 492Business Research Methods3
COM 493Business Communication3
PHI 494Critical Thinking and Decision Making in Business3
XSTA 401Time Series Analysis and Forecasting3
DAT 402Data Mining for Business3
DAT 403Big Data Analytics and Visualization for Business3
MKT 404Marketing3
120

*General Education Courses

Please review our Undergraduate Catalog for more details

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Nexus University’s Bachelor of Science: Business Administration Program (BSBA) is designed to prepare graduates with the necessary knowledge, skills, and values to effectively function as an effective and ethical business leader through the application of business best practices, research and technological tools. The BSBA foundation is designed to cover the applicability of theories to the real-world in areas of finance, marketing, information systems, research methodologies, economics, business law, management, and accounting.

Degree Requirements

Students must complete 60 lower division credit hours which includes 42 general education credit hours plus 60 upper division credit hours for a total of 120 credit hours to be conferred with this degree.

Completing a course or program in a language other than English may reduce employability where English is required.

Program Objectives

Upon completing the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a student should have certain competencies or have met the learning objectives. The learning objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration are as follows:

Students through the application of business skills will:

  1. Students through the application of analytical skills will solve business issues
  2. Students will create strategies through the application of research that will enable an organization to achieve its mission and vision in a dynamic business environment.
  3. Students through the application of leadership skills will encourage innovation and organizational change in a dynamic business environment
  4. Students will evaluate the impact that a changing external environmental will have upon the organizations’ available options within a dynamic global business environment
  5. Students through the practical application of interdisciplinary skills address business issues found throughout the BS program:
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Information Systems
  • Research Methodologies
  • Economics
  • Business Law
  • Management
  • Accounting
  • Logistics
  • International Business
  • Human Resources

Admission Requirements

  1. High school graduation from an institution that holds state approval to confer high school diplomas or are accredited or a candidate for accreditation at the time the student attended by an approved USDOE accrediting body, or GED certificate, or an associate or higher degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution or an approved international university/college.
  2. International degree plans are evaluated by a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).
  3. Students must submit current government issued identification.
  4. Submit application with $25 fee.
  5. Original transcripts must be sent to Nexus University and be appropriately signed and sealed.
  6. All non-native English speakers who are taking the English version of this program are required to submit official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (Internal English Language Testing System) results*:
    • TOEFL - Must score a minimum of 70 on the IBT (Internet Based test).
    • IELTS – Must score 6.5 or better overall.
    • Nexus University code is 4237

*This criterion doesn't apply to applicants who are taking the Online Spanish version of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. The online Spanish version of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program is not available to International Students on a F-1 visa. The English version is only offered on-ground and not online. International Students on a F-1 visa are only elegible to enroll in the English on-ground version of the program.

Admission Process

  • Complete the Nexus University application and submit.
  • Submit Official Transcripts from all previous education institutions.

BSBA CURRICULUM PLAN Management Concentration

SemesterCourse NumberCourse NameCredits
IMAT 111College Algebra3
ENG 112English Composition I3
ART 113Art Appreciation3
BUS 214Introduction to Business3
IISTA 121Statistics3
ENG 122English Composition II3
ACC 223Accounting I3
BIS 124Computer and Internet Literacy3
IIISTA 231Business Statistics3
ACC 332Accounting II3
BIS 133Introduction to Information Systems3
PSY 134Psychology3
IVBUS 341Business Law3
HRM 342Human Resource Management3
FIN 243Finance3
BIO 144Biology3
VMGT 351Project Management3
ECO 352Microeconomics3
SPC 153Speech3
DAT 343Introduction to Business Analysis3
VIMGT 361International Business3
ECO 362Macroeconomics3
HLP 163Total Wellness2
SCI 164Earth Science3
SCI 164LEarth Science Lab1
VIIMKT 404Marketing3
MGT 372Operations Management3
PHI 173Introduction to Logic3
ETH 274Business Ethics3
VIIIMGT 381Innovation Management3
MGT 282Organizational Behavior for Managers3
SOC 183Sociology3
MKT 491Social Media Marketing3
IXMKT 492Consumer Behavior3
MKT 493eMarketing3
COM 493Business Communication3
PHI 494Critical Thinking and Decision Making in Business3
XMKT 494Market Analysis3
MKT 495Sales3
MKT 496Marketing Services3
BUS 499Capstone Course3
*General Education Courses120

Please review our Undergraduate Catalog for more details

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The Master of Business Administration offers an intensive graduate program that educates students in theories and practices of the modern business world. The MBA program fosters independent learning and enables students to contribute intellectually to the business profession. All MBA students must complete a core graduate coursework in valuable areas such as accounting, finance, organizational behavior, marketing, operations and strategy. Graduates will critically analyze and solve business problems through strong analysis of data and integration of a wide range of business acumen.

MBA students have the option to select one of the two advanced areas of study, and these are:

Business Analytics

In the Business Analytics Advanced Area, students will acquire a strong understanding of the basic concepts of study; students will be exposed to a comprehensive overview of the field of business analytics; students will learn about data mining, statistical modeling and media analytics; students will gain a solid understanding of the key tools to solve supply chain management issues.

Global Business

In the Global Business Advanced Area, students will acquire a strong understanding of the basic concepts of study; students will learn about the theory and practical application of international manufacturing and trade; students will learn how to create synergies between international marketing strategies and business strategies; students will gain a solid understanding of how global logistics has an immediate impact on global supply chain management.

Degree Requirements

Students must complete the MBA with the core courses (30 credits) plus three approved elective courses (9 credits) from the advanced study areas, for a total of 39 graduate semester credit hours.

Program Objectives

The MBA program enables students to contribute to the business profession and fosters independent learning. Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  1. Solve business issues through the application of analytical skills.
  2. Create strategies through the application of research that will enable an organization to achieve its mission and vision in a dynamic business environment.
  3. Encourage innovation and organizational change in a dynamic business environment through the application of leadership skills.
  4. Evaluate the impact that a changing external environment will have upon the organizations’ available options within a dynamic global business environment.
  5. Address business issues found throughout the MBA program including management of human resource, information systems and technology, marketing, finance, operations, economics, as well as accounting for decision making, business research and statistics, through the practical application of interdisciplinary skills.

Admission Requirements

  1. A bachelor’s degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution recognized by the USDOE or a bachelor’s degree from an approved international university with at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA).
  2. International degree plans are evaluated by a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).
  3. Students must submit current government issued identification.
  4. Submit application with $25 fee.
  5. Original transcripts (these must be sent directly to Nexus University and be appropriately signed and sealed).
  6. Applicants who earn their bachelors in a language other than English and have not earned at least 30 college credits in the US are required to sit and submit official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (Internal English Language Testing System) results:
    • TOEFL - Must score a minimum of 70 on the IBT (Internet Based test).
    • IELTS – Must score 6.5 or better overall.
    • Nexus University code is 4237

MBA CURRICULUM PLAN

SemesterSessionCourse NumberCourse NameCredit
i1MAN 511Organizational Behavior3
HRM 512Human Resource Management3
2MKT 513Marketing Management3
ISM 514Management Information Systems and Technology3
ii1STR 521Strategic Planning and Implementation3
ECO 522Managerial Economics3
2MKT 513Operations Management3
STA 524Applied Business Research & Statistics3
iii1ACC 531Accounting for Decision Making3
FIN 532Financial Management3

* All graduate level Business Administration courses listed above must be successfully completed before concentration courses are undertaken.

BUSINESS ANALYTICS SPECIALIZATION - 9 credit hours

iii2MBA 533Business Intelligence Analytics3
MBA 534Advanced Business Analytics3
iv1MBA 541Supply Chain Management3

GLOBAL BUSINESS SPECIALIZATION - 9 credit hours

iii2GBA 533Global Trade3
GBA 534Global Marketing Management3
iv1GBA 541Global Supply Chain Management3

Please review our Graduate Catalog for more details