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B.S. in Business Administration

Hollie Fallstone, Co-Program Coordinator

Michael Janger, Co-Program Coordinator

The Business Administration program provides a foundation in business administration to prepare students for entry-level management positions in either the private or public sector. Minoring in business administration is an excellent choice for students with management and leadership potential who choose to major in a liberal arts discipline.

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Courses & Requirements

Required pre-major courses 6 (9*) hours

MAT 102: *Three hours count toward the general education Math requirement



Required core courses 54 hours
BUS-221 Marketing 3
Business Administration concentration electives (any two for a total of 18 hours)

Business Administration majors must complete two of the following six concentrations by taking three of the required and elective courses listed for each concentration. At least one course for each concentration must be a Department of Business course. Courses marked with "*" have prerequisites that must be taken in their home departments. Prerequisites for courses offered by other departments that do not have "*" will be waived for business students taking them to satisfy their concentration. Students can also take special topics courses, in consultation with their advisors, to satisfy the requirements of their chosen concentrations. An elective course cannot count toward two different concentrations.

Concentration in Entrepreneurship 9 hours

Choose three:

Concentration in Economics 9 hours
Concentration in Finance 9 hours
Required Course (3 hours)
BUS-253 Investments 3
Elective Courses (6 hours)
MAT-150 Calculus I 4
Concentration in International Business 9 hours
Concentration in Management 9 hours
Required Course (3 hours)
Elective Courses (6 hours)
Concentration in Marketing 9 hours
Required Course (3 hours)
Elective Courses (6 hours)

Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate