The BBA Curriculum and Concentrations
Completing the Bachelor of Business Administration within four years is a high priority for students and faculty of the School of Business. Students can meet this goal through planning and regular communication with their faculty adviser.
Foundation and Core Course Requirements
Required Foundation Courses – 20 semester hours
- BUSA 201: Introduction to Business in the Global Environment (4)
- ECON 101: Principles of Microeconomics – S2 (4)
- MATH 128: Linear Models and Calculus, An Introduction – MR, NS, (4)
- PHIL 225: Business Ethics – PH (4)
- STAT 231: Introductory Statistics – MR, (4)
By taking an approved set of electives (see concentration listings) beyond the 36 credit core, a student earns a concentration designation in: Accounting; Finance; Management & Human Resources; Marketing; or Individualized.
Required Business Courses - 36 semester hours
- BUSA 202: Financial Accounting (4)
- BUSA 203: Managerial Accounting (4)
- BUSA 302: Finance for Managers (4)
- BUSA 303: Business Law and Ethics (4)
- BUSA 305: Behavior in Organizations (4)
- BUSA 308: Principles of Marketing (4)
- BUSA 309: Creating Value in Operations (4)
- BUSA 310: Information Systems and Database Management (4)
- BUSA 499: Capstone: Strategic Management (SR, 4)
BBA Elective Requirement
Any 16 hours of upper division electives, or any non-Business elective courses approved by a student’s faculty advisor. Minimum of 12 hours elective in Business required. Internships encouraged but do not apply to the elective requirement.
Please review the additional credit and grading requirements.