Our School of Business Administration offers a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in business administration. Areas of concentration include:
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.