Business Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration

Our School of Business Administration offers a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in business administration.

Business in today’s global economy is a broad field with a variety of potential career opportunities. In this program, you will gain a strong foundation in general business with specialized knowledge, skills and experiences in a specific functional area that best supports your interests and career goals. Areas of concentration include:

  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing
  • Management Information Systems
  • Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Interdisciplinary Concentrations
    * International Business
    * Law and Public Policy
    * Individualized Study

In addition to coursework in your area of concentration, the program requires you to complete three to six credits in one of the following categories:

Broadening course: Take a course in another discipline to gain skills that complement your concentration. For example, a marketing major might take a web technology course.

International course: Expand your world business view with a class in such areas as international marketing or global economics.

Experiential course: Build practical skills with an internship, complete a hands-on industry consulting or promotion project, or gain experience in our entrepreneurship lab or finance and trading lab.

Please review the degree requirements here

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Economics

Economics

The School of Business offers students a BBA Major with an Economics concentration. Students may also major/minor in this field in the Arts and Sciences.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Students in the School of Business Administration can earn a Concentration in Entrepreneurship & Innovation in which they will learn concepts and skills for developing an entrepreneurial mindset.

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Finance

Finance

The finance curriculum is designed to give students a solid foundation in financial theory while developing skills and techniques necessary to manage today's dynamic business environment.

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Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management

We provide students with a broad background in the management of human resources as well as an awareness of the functional specialties within the field of human resource management.

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International Business

International Business

The international business concentration is designed for students who want to prepare themselves to meet the challenges of a global economy.

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Law & Public Policy

Law & Public Policy

Government regulation and legislation has a major impact on business, creating a need for public policy makers to understand the workings of business.

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Marketing

Marketing

Marketing is the link between entities in the marketplace and involves the study of exchanges and their facilitation.

Business Administration

Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems

The MIS Concentration equips students with knowledge, techniques and skills essential for their success in various IT-related positions

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Operations & Supply Chain Management

Operations & Supply Chain Management

The supply chain management concentration equips students to manage and improve supply chains supporting manufacturing and service firms.

Questions? Please Contact Associate Dean, Molly B. Pepper

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