From enterprising spirits and analytical thinkers, to change makers and leaders, innovative minds like yours have a home in the College of Business.
Students study a rigorous and global-economic-focused curriculum under the guidance of faculty who not only publish extensively in their fields, but who have practiced in their fields at companies such as Ernst and Young, Delta, Home Depot, and Booz Allen Hamilton.
You will have the chance to build your resume with internships, networking events, and our specialized business research centers. And, because making dreams real means staying connected and engaged, you can take part in nine business-focused student organizations, our insightful speaker series, and get involved with our major mentor program.
About the BBA program
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program offers five majors and allows students to customize their programs of study to meet personal career and educational goals.
The BBA is 120-credit-hour program, which includes both major and general education requirements. Courses are offered in various delivery formats, including in-class and online.
Students in the College of Business, or enrolled in other programs in the University, may choose to study a minor in business. Minors are beneficial to gain additional knowledge to complement your program of study and further prepare you for your career path. Learn more about our minors.
Choose your major!
Considered the language of business, an Accounting education prepares students for a career of endless opportunity.
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A General Business major will prepare students for the wide range of career opportunities available in today’s business world.
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The Management major will help students acquire the skills they need to be effective managers of people, projects, operations, and financial resources.
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Advertising, retail, product development, consumer behavior, strategic communication – it’s all part of majoring in Marketing.
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Supply Chain Management
The Supply Chain Management major provides students with practical, relevant, and important skills required in the diverse field of supply chain.
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