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The School of Business Administration programs provide a solid foundation for students in leadership roles in business, government and education. Performance standards are high for both undergraduate and graduate programs. Academic programs reflect the philosophy and common professional components of our accrediting body, the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). To prepare students for professional careers, the curricula address both the specifics of the work place and the more general aspects of society.
The School of Business Administration offers one degree, the bachelor of business administration (B.B.A.), with concentrations in accounting, finance, international business, management, marketing, management information systems, and general business. Students may select a second major or minor in a field outside the School of Business or may select a minor from within the School of Business.
Students, in conjunction with their advisers, may select upper-division electives from the following disciplines: anthropology, business, sociology, psychology, media arts, exercise and sport science.
The number of electives varies by concentration.
Accounting | Finance | Management | Management Information Systems | Marketing | International Business
Exit requirements for the BBA degree
During the last year of coursework, all undergraduate students are required to complete Mgmt 489: Strategic Management. Students will work as a team to prepare and present a strategic business analysis as the final aspect of their undergraduate business preparation. The business case will be presented to members of the School of Business Administration faculty at the end of each semester.
This major is under the School of Business, Media Arts and Technology