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ASU’s online Bachelor of Arts in business with a concentration in retail management focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary for leadership roles within the retail industry. Offered through The W. P. Carey School of Business, this degree provides the full business core plus a concentration with retail-specific coursework.
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Submissions during regular business hours (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., MST) will be followed immediately by an email and phone call from an ASU Enrollment Coach.
The curriculum for this program was developed in collaboration with faculty and industry professionals to provide a curriculum responsive to industry needs. Some of the topics you'll explore as a student of business with a concentration in retail management include leading organizations, essentials of services marketing and quality management and measurement. As a graduate of this program, you'll possess the broad preparation and requisite leadership skills to assume positions of responsibility in the retail industry.
All students are required to meet general university admission requirements.
Freshman applicants who meet the requirements for ASU freshman admission are eligible for direct admission to the W. P. Carey School of Business Bachelor of Arts degree program. To be admitted to ASU, you must be a high school graduate and meet one of the following criteria:
*ASU and W. P. Carey do not require the writing portion of these tests.
If you are a transfer student applying to the W. P. Carey School of Business Bachelor of Arts degree program, you are eligible for direct admission if you have met the following requirements:
An ASU Academic Integrity violation may preclude a student from entering or changing W. P. Carey academic programs.