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Join a community focused on helping you finish your degree, and become the professional you aspire to be.
Whether you want to launch a new career, or move up the ladder in the company where you now work, our Bachelor of Business Administration can help you reach, and exceed, 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.
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.
Discover the biological meaning behind behaviors, delve into research with your classmates, and help solve the mysteries behind the mind-body problem. Start your journey into this cutting-edge field at St. Ambrose.
Business Administration-Accounting Management
Our discussion-driven, adult learning environment develops strong business and accounting skills.
The Kinesiology Department offers three undergraduate majors and one graduate program.
Business Programs at SAU
Ethics, making positive impacts in the community, and ensuring job-ready graduates are focal points of our bachelor's, master's, and doctoral business programs.
Digital Marketing Microcredential
Digital marketing is a critical component of organizational communication, marketing, and advertising strategy.
This microcredential focuses on building either quantitative or qualitative skills to improve health and social services systems and programs via action-based-research.
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.