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Business Administration

Requirements for the Major

Business and Supporting Courses:

BA 140 The American Workplace
BA 220 Statistics
BA 300 Cost Accounting OR BA 325 Management Information Systems
BA 305 Marketing
BA 310 Organizations and Management
BA 350 Finance
BA 601 Strategic Management OR BA 602 Managing Across Borders and Cultures
ACC 201, 202 Principles of Accounting I and II
ECO 150 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 152 Principles of Macroeconomics
MTH 131 Applied Calculus or Equivalent

And two of the following Business Administration courses:

BA 221 Business Research Methods
BA 230 Business Law
BA 231 Law and Public Communication
BA 240 New Business Venture Creation and Management
BA 326 E-Commerce
BA 330 Econometrics
BA 360 Human Resources Management
BA 361 Compensation and Benefits
BA 362 Employment and Labor Law
BA 365 International Trade and Finance (Also listed as ECO 365)
BA 371 Management of Healthcare Organizations
BA 380 Investments
BA 385 Financial Economics (Also listed as ECO 385)
BA 388 Corporate Credit Analysis (Also listed as ECO 388)
BA 390 Buyer Behavior
BA 410 Global Marketing Management

And one of the following Economics courses:

ECO 270 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
ECO 310 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
ECO 320 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
ECO 335 The Economics of Sports
ECO 340 Money and Banking
ECO 350 Economic Development and Growth
ECO 365 International Trade and Finance
ECO 380 Labor Economics
ECO 385 Financial Economics (Also listed as BA 385)
ECO 388 Corporate Credit Analysis (Also listed as BA 388)
ECO 390 Economics of Health Care

 

What can you do with a Business Administration degree?

Imagine yourself an entrepreneur, a manager, a corporate officer, or a board member.