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Erica Suszek - Admissions Recruiter,
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Rochester University
800 West Avon Road
Rochester Hills, MI 48307
(248) 218-2188
(810) 762-0299

Your Bachelors at Mott Community College

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B.S. in Early Childhood Studies

The Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Studies degree completion program is for people who are currently or desire to be employed in the early childhood field (Head Start, preschools, daycare, etc.) and is designed to help prepare students for leadership roles. The curriculum focuses on growth and development of young children, the influence of family dynamics, and education patterns of young children. Leadership, reporting and legal issues are also explored. This program does not qualify for state teacher certification.

B.S. in Strategic Leadership

Comprised of a versatile curriculum that builds upon previously completed course work in specialized or technical fields and specifically focuses on building the qualitative skills necessary for various leadership roles within small or large organizations.

This program will help develop skills desired by employers through exploration of leadership, management, and communication theories while developing analytical thinking skills and writing proficiency.

B.S. in Psychology

Designed for adult students pursuing a career in a mental health field. Most students who complete this program will choose to continue on to graduate school for further training toward licensure as a psychologist, psychotherapist, professional counselor, or social worker. Although this program meets the preparatory needs of most graduate schools, you should consult the graduate school of our choice for specific requirements. The Psychology program is a unique blending of psychology and counseling courses presented from a moral viewpoint with emphasis on the Christian perspective.

B.S. in Mass Communication

Graduates of the Mass Communication program will be able to produce all forms of mass communication by applying media concepts through writing, oral presentations and digital technologies, critically evaluate their own work and that of others for accuracy, fairness, and clarity, understand and evaluate historical and cultural forms of mass communication with special focus on professional practices and audience diversity and apply professional ethical principles aligned to the First Amendment with special focus on the relationship between media ethics and vocation.

B.B.A. in Management

This Bachelor in Business Administration with a focus in Management will prepare you to achieve a high level of success in the business world, thanks to an in-depth accounting, economics, marketing, and management curriculum. Upon graduation, Rochester University management students are well prepared to pursue employment after graduation or continue toward an MBA or other graduate program in the business discipline.

B.B.A. in Computer Information Systems

The Bachelor of Business Administration in Computer Information Systems is an online degree completion program for students who have completed Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems or Computer Networking and Cybersecurity.

The computer information systems program at Rochester University prepares students to plan, coordinate, and direct computer-related activities in an organization. This program equips students with a solid foundation in business l aw, ethics, policy, finance, and management to promote professional growth for students with a background in IT, networking, and programming.

B.S. in Christian Ministry

The Christian Ministry program prepares you for ministerial leadership with a combination of courses in the areas of biblical studies, theology, Christian history, ministry, and spirituality. You’ll benefit from a broad educational experience designed to help you understand and engage in the challenges of ministry life and to ultimately find your ministry calling. While some graduates may pursue jobs outside of congregations, special attention is given to leading congregations.