Applied Business Concepts
A flexible and convenient pathway to earning a certificate in Applied Business Concepts. The program provides the opportunity for you to earn an additional credential while balancing work and family obligations.
- Courses begin: Spring 2023
- Enrollment opens soon!
Entirely Online | 15 Credits
- Well-rounded business courses allowing you to build skills and knowledge in accounting, business analysis, economics, law, marketing, finance, talent management and entrepreneurship
- An ideal pathway for adult learners and Bachelor of Liberal Studies students
- Designed specifically for adult learners - offering flexible and convenient online courses
Here to Help
As a UNI Online & Distance Education student, you’ll have a dedicated Enrollment Contact and Program Coordinator to assist you with registering for classes, navigating the course sequence and billing process, preparing for graduation, and much more.
Online & Distance Education
Delivered Entirely Online
Courses are offered entirely online. Coursework may also be available on-campus or via hybrid delivery.
A Flexible Online Pathway to Earn Your Certificate
- tailored to students' needs
- designed for degree-seeking students
- online coursework provides flexibility for adult learners
Individualized Support Services
Throughout every step of your program, you'll have a dedicated team of support staff ready to assist you. You'll also have access to UNI services such as:
- Personalized academic advising
- Support from Financial Aid, Career Services and Rod Library staff
- Academic support and tutoring opportunities from the UNI Learning Center
- Access to student accessibility services and staff
- Technical support assistance
Complete our online information request form. We'll send program updates, important information, and application deadlines directly to your inbox!
To enroll, students need to complete our online enrollment form.
Questions about course enrollment can be directed to email@example.com or 319-273-2121.
Delivery of this program is contingent on a sufficient number of students being accepted into the program.