The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree prepares students for a variety of business and organizational careers. Students begin with foundational training in accounting, economics, computer systems, and how to manage others. Students’ progress to advanced business training in law, finance, marketing, organizational behavior, ethics and managing projects and products. Students complete the program with a capstone course. Each student must also select a Specialization that fits their career goals. Students earn a specialization by completing nine-credits in one of the following areas:
- General Business
- International Business
- Project Management
Students can earn a double-specialization, a minor in computing, and also pursue select master’s degrees while completing their degree in business administration. See these specific sections of the catalog for more information.
Business Administration Regulations
- A student must have approval of the department chair upon recommendation of the academic success coach to enroll in a special studies course.
- A student must have a grade point average of 2.500 or greater and be of junior or senior standing to enroll in CBE 4990 Intermediate Internship I/CBE 4991 Intermediate Internship II-Internship in Business. No more than one internship may be taken each semester. Any deviation from these requirements needs approval of the department chair upon recommendation of the academic success coach.
- Students who major or minor in Business Administration are strongly encouraged to complete an internship (for academic credit or not for credit) or to obtain equivalent work experience before graduation. Talk to faculty and your academic success coach about opportunities to grow your network and gain experience.