Midland Lutheran College Launches BS in Business Administration

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In its 125th year of serving students through high-quality liberal arts education, Midland Lutheran College (MLC) is celebrating its milestone anniversary with the debut of seven online degree and certification programs.

In its 125th year of serving students through high-quality liberal arts education, Midland Lutheran College (MLC) is celebrating its milestone anniversary with the debut of seven online degree and certification programs. The fully-interactive online campus, however, is not intended to appeal solely to current or locally-based students. The college believes the online program will expand its target audience to a broader spectrum of potential students. In other words, through the launch of its online campus, the college is opening its doors to learners worldwide.

One of the institution's newest online ventures is a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program, with a concentration in general business. The bachelor's degree program in business administration is delivered entirely online, and includes 46 credit hours dedicated to business education (in addition to Midland's general education core requirements).

The business administration degree program has been created with an eye toward students' futures, equipping them with the skills and knowledge necessary for entering the workforce and succeeding in any number of fields or organizations. Classes cover such essential business skills as accounting, economics, management, marketing and business law. In addition, following with the school's close adherence to principles of the Lutheran faith, students in the business administration program are educated in business ethics.

Students from anywhere around the world can become part of the MLC family, no matter how close or far their home may be from the college's campus in Fremont, Nebraska. With the institution's new online programs, any location with Internet access becomes a portal to a high-quality Midland Lutheran education. MLC hopes its new online programs will open up new worlds of education to its learners both literally, as they engage with others in remote locales, and figuratively, as they embark upon journeys into the realm of eLearning. As for online business administration students, virtual interaction between students and faculty members from various locations and cultures will not only create excellent opportunities for social and business networking, but also serve to enrich the overall undergraduate experience.

Midland is a liberal arts institution committed to a holistic, comprehensive approach to knowledge and education. The school offers a wide variety of nearly 50 majors and pre-professional programs. Midland Lutheran College's seven new online degree programs -- including the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in general business -- are means by which the school can serve students far beyond Fremont. Online education enables MLC to spread its mission of high-quality education and commitment to Lutheran values worldwide.

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