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Bachelor of Science in Workforce Administration


The Bachelor of Science in Workforce Administration (WFA) offers the convenience and flexibility you need to manage your professional, personal and academic responsibilities. You only take one class at a time, allowing you to balance work and family life. The program is also 100% online, so you can complete it when it's convenient for you. Classes are accelerated so qualified transfer students can graduate in as little as 15 months!

This program is designed for you!

Many professional positions require a bachelor's degree. If you are ready to develop your career and prepare for a supervisory or managerial position, we can help. Learn how you can transfer your entire associate of applied science (AAS) degree into a bachelor's degree in Workforce Administration (WFA). 

Prepare for professional advancement or new career opportunities!

You will learn about workforce planning, supervision, resource development, applied technologies, managing operations, and other skills that employers look for when promoting people into administrative positions.


Four-Year Degree Plan

 

To learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Workforce Administration, view the Undergraduate Catalog. To take the next step on your climb to the top, apply today!

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The information provided through this website are based in part on U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data that is licensed by Western Kentucky University from Emsi. While Western Kentucky University believes this data to be reliable as a whole, some of the data is based on estimates made by Emsi, when actual data is not available. 

Western Kentucky University does not guarantee a job to graduates upon completion of any program.

 



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