Bristol University in Anaheim, California, offers general education courses such as English Composition and American History, legal courses such as Contract Law, hospitality courses such as Management of Food and Beverage Operations, and business courses such as Principles of Marketing, Supply Chain Management and E-Commerce. The college offers courses to complete Associate, bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration, as well as certification courses in paralegal studies and hospitality operations.
Bristol students who pursue bachelor's degrees may concentrate in business administration, sports management or hospitality management. In addition to core business courses such as Computer Essentials, Organizational Theory and Behavior, and Managerial Decision Making, these students also take 15 credit hours in their chosen emphasis. Some of these courses include Project Management, Legal Issues in Sports, and Hotel and Restaurant Accounting.
Master's degree candidates may choose an emphasis in business administration, sports management, international business or marketing. They must complete at least 12 credit hours relevant to the concentration. These courses include internships and classes such as Consumer Behavior and Decision Models, Sport Marketing, Fundraising and Development, Business Ethics, and International Business Law.
Bristol's certification programs both take less than a year to complete and include courses such as Managing Front Office Operations, the Lodging and Food Service Industry, Civil Litigation, and Legal Writing.