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  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Business Administration, B.B.A. (520201)


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The Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Business Administration is offered for students seeking a broad background in business or seeking training for a specific industry. For a major in Business Administration, students must complete CINS 2020 , ENTR 2050 , RMIN 2005 - Risk and Insurance , or 3000/4000 Business elective; 3000/4000-level Economics elective; CINS 3050 ; MGMT 3005 ; 18 semester hours consisting of 9 semester hours of Junior/Senior level courses not otherwise required in two of the following concentrations (or other approved area): Accounting, Business Law, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing, or Risk Management and Insurance. CINS 2020  is approved for a concentration in Computer Information Systems; ENTR 2050  is approved for a concentration in Entrepreneurship; RMIN 2005  is approved for a concentration in Insurance or Business Law. Students may use nine semester hours of coursework from a completed minor outside the CBA as one of the two required concentration areas.

18 Semester Hours Consisting of:


9 semester hours of Junior/Senior level courses not otherwise required in two of the following concentrations (or other approved area):

  • Accounting
  • Business Law
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Risk Management and Insurance

Total Hours 30


Concentration in International Business


Total Hours 30


Senior Year


Total Hours 30


Total hours for degree 120


Note:


*See General Education Curriculum (College of Business and Social Sciences) .

Additional Information:


Students may use nine semester hours of coursework from a completed minor from outside the CBA as one of the two required concentration areas.

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