Bachelor of Business Administration

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree is designed to prepare students for the job market upon graduation and also meet the prerequisites for most graduate programs in business. In addition to taking a strong foundation in general education courses, students complete a core of general business classes as well as a business concentration of their choice. Concentrations include accounting, finance, international business, management, marketing, and entrepreneurship/small business management.

Overall Degree Summary:

Please see Academic Bulletin for full requirements.

Study AreasMin.
General Studies72
Business Core68
Business Concentration (six options)                                                36
General Electives16
Total Required Credits192

Business Core:

Please see Academic Bulletin for full requirements. For course descriptions, go here.

Lower Division (1st & 2nd Year) Courses:Credits
GBUS 161Business Basics2
ACCT 201-203Principles of Accounting I,II,III10
CIS 140Computer Business Applications4
ECON 211Principles of Macroeconomics4
ECON 212Principles of Microeconomics4
GBUS 263Business Statistics4
Upper Division (3rd & 4th Year) Courses: 
CIS 301Management Information Systems4
FINA 351Managerial Finance4
GBUS 361-362Business Law I,II8
GBUS 370Business Communication4
GBUS 366Operations Management and Production4
GBUS 463Business Ethics4
GBUS 495Colloquium (guest lecture series - 12 qtrs required) 
MGMT 371Principles of Management4
MGMT 489Strategic Management4
MKTG 381Principles of Marketing4
 Total Business Core68


Students choose a concentration generally related to their career interests.  See the Academic Bulletin for full details.

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management                              36
International Business36
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Last update on September 25, 2014