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Business Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration

The Business Administration degree prepares students for career opportunities in business and industry by developing managerial skills and strategies designed to inform sound decisions in a wide range of business environments. The BBA degree is for problem-solvers, especially those that are interested in starting a business, working in business or being a part of the business environment. 

In addition to core business courses, the program specializes in Entrepreneurship and Non-Profit Administration. These emphases, among others, allow students to tailor their studies to their specific interests and career goals. For aspiring entrepreneurs, the Entrepreneurship specialization provides valuable insights and practical knowledge for starting and managing successful ventures. Those interested in making a positive impact in the non-profit sector can pursue the Non-Profit Administration specialization, gaining expertise in non-profit management and fundraising. The International Business specialization prepares students to navigate the complexities of global markets and international trade, making them competitive in the international business arena. With these diverse specializations, students are empowered to pursue meaningful and rewarding careers in a wide array of business fields, contributing to their personal growth and professional success.

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Program Facts

Program Format

On Campus, Online

Academic Term

Spring, Summer and Fall semesters

Number of Credits

123 hours

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Sample Courses

CET305 Computerized Data Analysis

3 Credits

Fundamentals of spreadsheets and proper usage of their commands, macros, and functions. Building spreadsheets, creating graphs and formulas for financial analysis by using Microsoft Excel. Prerequisite: “C” or higher in CET205.

MG310 Human Resources Management

3 Credits

Management of labor, including the selection, training and placement of personnel. Special management problems such as turnover, payment policies and employee representation. Prerequisite: “C” or higher in MG300.

MG375 Project Management

3 Credits

A study of foundations of project management and project management techniques currently employed for business and information systems projects, including project integration, scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk, and procurement. Prerequisite: “C” or higher in MG370. 

Career Outlook

Upon completing their Bachelor of Business Administration degree, graduates typically find opportunities in Sales, Accounting, Human Resources, Advertising, Marketing, Management, Consulting, Finance, Real Estate, Information Systems, Entrepreneurship and more. 

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