UnderGraduate catalog: 2020/21 term 1

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BS-BA)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BS-BA)

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BS-BA) program provides students with comprehensive knowledge of business theories and models and their application to real-world problems. In particular, leadership, entrepreneurship, and analysis of business problems and opportunities are emphasized. The BS-BA program connects business to the role of work in a global society, offering broad preparation for whatever career pathway a student might elect, as well as providing solid preparation for graduate study in this and related fields.

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration must complete all required courses in their chosen major as outlined below.

Prerequisites

BUS 1101 Principles of Business Management

Courses Required

BUS 1102 Basic Accounting
BUS 1103 Microeconomics
BUS 1104 Macroeconomics
BUS 1105 Business Communications
BUS 2201 Principles of Marketing (proctored course)
BUS 2202 E-Commerce (proctored course)
BUS 2203 Principles of Finance 1
BUS 2204 Personal Finance
BUS 2207 Multinational Management
BUS 3303 Entrepreneurship 1 (proctored course)
BUS 3305 Business Law and Ethics (proctored course)
BUS 3306 Business and Society (proctored course)
BUS 4402 Organizational Behavior (proctored course)
BUS 4403 Business Policy and Strategy (proctored course)
BUS 4405 Leadership (proctored course)
BUS 4406 Quality Management

Electives

BUS 2204 Personal Finance
BUS 3301 Financial Accounting
BUS 3302 Consumer Behavior
BUS 3304 Managerial Accounting
BUS 4401 Entrepreneurship 2
BUS 4404 Principles of Finance 2
BUS 4407 Strategic Management

Other Electives:  Students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree may choose additional elective courses beyond those specified in the General Education requirements, and/or select introductory courses in other majors, and/or take additional courses in a student’s major that may not be required for the degree.