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Our combined bachelor’s/master’s degree programs at Argosy University, Schaumburg can provide students the experience of taking master’s level courses and give them the resources that are available to master’s students. See all of the combined bachelor’s degrees and master’s-level courses offered below.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BS)

The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration program is designed for students who have a clear, focused vision of their career objectives. Through the completion of core business courses, students engage in solving global, real-world problems across the functional areas of managing a business. Students can learn to diagnose, research, solve, execute, and evaluate business problems in a team environment.

The BS in Business Administration can prepare students with competencies, skills, and knowledge to pursue immediate employment and future career advancement while simultaneously providing the basis for further education in business and management.

Master's courses available:

Business Administration (MBA)

  • B6027 - Perspectives in Change Leadership
  • B6026 - Marketing Planning and Strategy
  • B6029 - Operations Management: Solutions to Business Challenges
  • B6025 - Management Decision Models
  • B6111 - Managerial Applications of Technology

Management (MS)

  • B6027 - Perspectives in Change Leadership
  • B6006 - Business Principles
  • B6026 - Marketing Planning and Strategy
  • B6120 - Communication Strategies for Managers
  • B6029 - Operations Management: Solutions to Business Challenges

Human Resource Management (MS)

  • B6731 - Understanding and Managing Human Differences
  • B6120 - Communication Strategies for Managers
  • MS6018 - Employment Law and Public Policy
  • MS6512 - Applications in Training and Development
  • MS6510 - Compensation, Motivation and Rewards

Organizational Leadership (MS)

  • B6731 - Understanding and Managing Human Differences
  • B6120 - Communication Strategies for Managers
  • B6420 - Foundations of Sustainable Business
  • B6027 - Perspectives in Change Leadership
  • B6601 - International Business Practices

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (BA)

The goal of the Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology program is for students to gain a broad understanding of social science theories and their application to real-world work environments. It is designed to blend theory and practice in psychological science so that graduates are prepared for entry-level employment or graduate study.

The BA in Psychology aims to prepare students to begin human services careers in such capacities as social science manager, behavioral health technician, or mental health technician, as well as for graduate study in fields such as clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and marriage and family therapy.

Master's courses available:

Forensic Psychology (MA)

  • FP6005 - Maladaptive Behavior and Psychopathology
  • FP6010 - Psychology and the Legal System
  • FP6015 - Psychology of Criminal Behavior
  • FP6500 - Professional & Ethical Issues in Forensic Psychology
  • FP6030 - Research and Evaluation
  • FP6020 - Individual Assessment

Industrial Organizational Psychology (MA)

  • IO6506 - Business Principles for IO Professionals
  • IO6410 - IO Theory Applied to Organizational Behavior and Culture
  • IO6400 - Applied Industrial Psychology
  • IO6301 - Research Methods in IO
  • IO6402 - Statistics in IO Psychology
  • IO6401 - Performance Appraisal and Feedback

Human Resource Management (MS)

  • B6731 - Understanding and Managing Human Differences
  • B6120 - Communication Strategies for Managers
  • MS6018 - Employment Law and Public Policy
  • MS6512 - Applications in Training and Development
  • MS6510 - Compensation, Motivation and Rewards

Organizational Leadership (MS)

  • B6731 - Understanding and Managing Human Differences
  • B6120 - Communication Strategies for Managers
  • B6420 - Foundations of Sustainable Business
  • B6027 - Perspectives in Change Leadership
  • B6601 - International Business Practices

Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MA)

  • PC6106 - Foundations of Mental Health Counseling
  • PC6300 - Professional and Ethical Issues
  • PC6025 - Human Growth and Development
  • PC6000 - Counseling Theory
  • PC6104 - Counseling Skills I
  • PC6521 - Research and Program Evaluation
  • PC6511 - Social and Cultural Diversity
  • PC6515 - Multicultural Diversity & Advocacy
  • PC6505 - Group Counseling

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Have additional questions? Click the link below to learn the answers to frequently asked questions regarding the Master's Accelerated Plan at Argosy University

FAQS

Students wishing to transfer* to Argosy University to complete their bachelor’s degree, may also apply for the Master’s Accelerated Plan. Final acceptance is dependent upon confirmation of CGPA and an evaluation of transfer credit. Transferring applicants are encouraged to arrange for official transcripts of all prior college-level coursework to be submitted to Argosy University at the start of the application process. For more information about qualifying for MAP, contact an Argosy University Admissions Representative.

DISCLAIMERS: *Transfer credit is evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Argosy University offers no guarantee that credit earned at another institution will be accepted into a program of study offered by Argosy University.

**Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.