Business Administration

Degree to be earned: 
B.S.
Major Academic Plan: 
Business Administration

Male Business ProfessorBusiness Administration is a solid preparation for a career in business or management and for careers in accounting, finance, marketing, or production in public, private, profit, or non-profit organizations and for graduate school. Students develop specialized skills and also improve their capacity to analyze, communicate effectively with associates, think independently and logically, and to get along in various work situations.

Major Courses

Pre-professional Core 12 hours

  • ACC 201 - Financial Accounting
  • ACC 202 - Managerial Accounting
  • ECO 251 - Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO 252 - Principles of Macroeconomics

Allied 21 hours

  • CPS 100 - Introduction to Computers or CPS 150 - Fundamentals of Computer Science
  • COM 100 - Oral Communication
  • ENG 101 - College Writing II
  • PHI 216 - Ethics
  • MTH 115 - Quantitative Reasoning
  • MTH 121 - Elementary Functions or MTH 222 - Calculus I
  • MTH 210 - Elementary Statistics or MTH 312 - Introduction to Mathematical Statistics

Students who plan to enter graduate school are encouraged to take MTH 222, 223, and 312.

Professional Core 21 hours

  • BAE 318 - Business Law I
  • ECO 352 - International Economics
  • FIN 301 - Corporate Finance
  • MKT 302 - Marketing
  • MGT 300 - Principles of Managment
  • MGT 360 - Operations Management
  • MGT 490 - Strategic Management (Senior Capstone Experience)

Concentrations

A student majoring in Business Administration must complete one of the concentrations or the no concentration option described below.  A student must declare at least one concentration, or the no concentration option, prior to taking any 300 or 400 level courses.

No Concentration Option

Additional Courses: 9 Hours: Three courses with three different prefixes from ACC, BAE, ECO, FIN, MGT or MKT at the 300 or 400 level beyond the professional core. The No Concentration option provides a student with the opportunity to choose courses that reflect his or her specific interests. The no concentration option must be declared in the same way the concentrations are declared.