Business Administration (BS)
- Business Administration (BS)
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION WITH CONCENTRATION
Major Credits Required: 75 Credits (54 credits in the major core plus 21 credits of required concentration)
The mission of the College of Business Administrations is to prepare profession-ready global leaders. The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration allows the student a choice from among eight concentrations—Accounting, Finance and Economics, General Business, Hospitality and Tourism Management, International Business, Management, Management Information Systems, and Marketing. Courses often use project-based learning activities as a means to connect the knowledge and skills that are developed in the classroom with the applications in real- world settings. The emphasis in courses is on cross-functional awareness by considering organizations as systems whereby each functional area has a role to play in successful and well-managed operations.
To complete the bachelor's degree, students must complete a minimum total of 120 credits with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students who complete this degree will have the capability to:
Demonstrate an understanding of organizational vocabulary, structures, and cultures.
Demonstrate an understanding of the processes that support systems, stakeholders, and decision-making in professional and global contexts.
Use critical thinking skills to collect and analyze data, draw logical conclusions, and present information in a comprehensive manner.
Effectively communicate qualitative and quantitative information in speaking, writing, and presenting.
Perform research using the appropriate authoritative literature and other secondary sources.
Contribute to project-based activities as both a leader and team member.
Identify attitudes that reflect sound principles, values, ethics, and professional responsibility.