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If you enjoy digging into business transactions, the details of tax planning, or analyzing financial statements, our Accounting program fits your goals, determination and ethics.
Business Administration-Accounting Management
Our discussion-driven, adult learning environment develops strong business and accounting skills.
Rigorous, yes. Rewarding, definitely. If you're passionate about wellness and helping others achieve their highest potential, a degree in Exercise Science is for you.
Human Resource Management
Use your problem-solving skills and natural curiosity to build a workplace that is able to thrive amid change and adversity. With a well-rounded business degree grounded in the liberal arts, you can become a Human Resources professional.
The Kinesiology Department offers three undergraduate majors and one graduate program.
As our global marketplace expands, businesses and economies continue to evolve. You will, too. With a Marketing degree from SAU, you'll learn how to catch the eye of consumers, spark sales, and establish a brand.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
If you are energized by helping others and want each person to experience their best, healthiest life, in our nursing program you'll gain the skills and confidence to impact healthcare and the lives you touch.
Use accounting and finance principles to analyze organizational structures and apply them to business. Combined with a liberal arts education, you can make businesses stronger, more viable, and help the world economy thrive.
Whether you want to turn your investment hobby into a career, help families plan for retirement and college dreams, work with local entrepreneurs or even a corporation in Japan, St. Ambrose University has a remarkable program to help you achieve your goals.
Human Resources Leadership Microcredential
Our four-session Human Resources (HR) Leadership Microcredential aims to bolster the HR professional's strategic competency, assisting them in becoming a more influential business partner.
Lifestyle Medicine Microcredential
The purpose of this microcredential is to prepare rehabilitation professionals to implement health and wellness programming into their practice.
Project Management Microcredential
Project management is essential to executing business strategy effectively. This 8-course microcredential includes certified Professional Development Units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute.
If you have a passion for sports, a keen sense for business and a natural talent for promotions, a sport management degree from St. Ambrose will merge your ability and drive with the skills to manage a semi-professional league, run a golf course, or raise funds for an at-risk youth sports camp.
Human Performance and Fitness
If you're passionate about wellness, helping others achieve their highest potential, and approaching health and fitness with holistic confidence, then you'll want a degree from St. Ambrose in Human Performance and Fitness.
At SAU, we believe effective leadership must be synonymous with ethical leadership. Our Management program prepares you to launch a small business, manage a retail chain, or guide teams within a multinational Fortune 500 company. Set the example others will follow.
In our psychology programs you'll dive into the human behavior and emotion to gain the knowledge, skills, and compassion to identify strengths and honor the perspective of each person you meet.
Trauma-Informed Care Microcredential
Students will learn about the neurological, psychological, biological, and sociologic research around trauma in order to work actively to prevent adversity while promoting resilience in others through inclusive, empathic, and compassionate interactions, policies, and practices.