2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Oct 17, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Business Administration Major


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(71-72 credits)

The business administration major is designed to offer students an opportunity to customize their education in business and has the flexibility to meet their individual interests in specific business disciplines. Business administration majors complete the required business core of courses and an additional nine credits at the 300-400 level in each of three business emphasis program areas. These business emphasis areas include: accounting; business education, information, and technology; economics; finance and real estate; insurance and risk management; management; management information systems; marketing; or operations and supply chain management. Completion of this major leads to careers in a variety of business areas.

Required Courses for Business Administration Majors (27 credits):


Select three different emphasis areas and complete three courses (9 credits) in each of the three selected areas. Courses must be taken at the 300-400 level. Business emphasis areas include: accounting; business education, information, and technology; economics; finance and real estate; insurance and risk management; management; management information systems; marketing; or operations and supply chain management.

Emphasis Area 1: (9 credits)


Three courses from business area I.

Emphasis Area 2: (9 credits)


Three courses from business area II.

Emphasis Area 3: (9 credits)


Three courses from business area III.

Note:


Students must submit an approved career curriculum plan. Approved emphasis courses must be taken at 300-400 level. BEIT 336, MGT 301, MIS 301 and MKTG 301 are not permitted as business emphasis courses.

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