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Undergraduate Programs

Health Administration

(B.S.) College of Science

Building on knowledge learned in entry-level health professional programs, the Bachelor of Science in Health Administration Completion Program (BSHA) provides advanced knowledge, values and critical judgment skills needed to assume leadership and management roles in health care environments. This program prepares graduates for advanced employment roles and for admission to advanced degree programs such as Master of Business Administration (MBA) or Master of Health Administration (MHA).

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Hospitality, Resort & Tourism Management

(B.S.B.A.) College of Business

The Hospitality, Resort and Tourism Management (HRTM) major develops the skills necessary for managing hospitality and tourism service organizations in resort destination areas. The curriculum includes both internships and coursework in specialized topics such as quality process management, resort planning and event management. Students matriculating through the HRTM program online can participate in their required internships while living in geographic areas of their choosing, including Myrtle Beach.


(B.S.B.A.) College of Business

Marketers bring buyers and sellers together for mutually beneficial relationships. Buyers seek solutions to their problems while sellers want to grow their market share, revenue, profitability and other performance measures. Marketers create items of value (goods, services, ideas, etc.) that are priced, promoted and distributed in a competitive and dynamic marketplace. Satisfied buyers become brand-loyal, while dissatisfied buyers may look to the competition for better solutions. This online degree completion program explores all aspects of the vital and ever-present discipline of marketing.

Geospatial Technologies

(Certificate) College of Humanities

The certificate in Geospatial Technologies develops a broad understanding of concepts foundational to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and related geospatial technologies, as well as practical skills in utilizing these technologies to serve a wide range of disciplines. The program emphasizes the application of geographic information tools and spatial thinking skills to government, scientific, business and even humanistic fields such as history.