Horizontal TabsOverview The JIU Accelerated Bachelors-to-Masters (ABM) of Business Administration program provides a unique situation for students who have demonstrated a commitment to academic excellence with the opportunity to take a masters level specialization for their bachelor degree. A full-time student can complete their bachelor’s coursework in 3 years, 4 months; the specialization for the bachelor’s degree will consist of 4 masters level specialization courses from either the MABC or MBA program. Masters tuition rates apply to the selected masters-level specialization courses. Students who elect to then pursue their master’s degree will only have 8 courses remaining. Select an Area of Study Entrepreneurship (ABM) Global Enterprise Management (ABM) Health Care Management (ABM) Information Security Management - Cyber Security (ABM) Information Technology Management (ABM) Leadership and Influence (ABM) Leading the Customer-Driven Organization (ABM) Negotiation and Conflict Management (ABM) Project Management (ABM) Outcomes Program Learning Outcomes Summarize ongoing and developing issues and trends related to leading and managing organizations in global business environments. Describe macroeconomic strategies (cost, production structure, etc.) appropriate for companies operating in a variety of markets, including global and e-commerce markets. Differentiate ethical and legal reasoning concepts, theories, and issues as they apply to the conduct of business in global and e-commerce environments. Explain the financial accounting concepts that are germane to the conduct of business in global and e-commerce environments. Discuss the marketing issues, concepts, and trends that are crucial to the conduct of business in global and e-commerce environments. Employ financial reporting and accounting information in managerial decision-making. Develop personal strategies for dealing with potential ethical dilemmas. Recognize the ethical perspectives of others. Examine leadership/management concepts of organizations that operate across international borders. Describe rules, conventions and practices for measuring and reporting economic events in financial terms. Apply budgeting, cash management, credit administration, investment analysis, borrowing funds and financial forecasting to effective business decision making. Review marketing challenges and opportunities to identify sound marketing strategy decisions. Demonstrate selected principles of business communication to a variety of management challenges. Program Disclosures Make an informed decision: Gainful Employment Disclosures Review potential occupations, tuition and fees, on-time completion rates and median loan debt.