Undergraduate Degrees

The College of Business offers many exciting undergraduate degree paths.

Accounting & Finance

  • Accounting, BSBA
    The BSBA. in Accounting is designed to provide students with basic conceptual accounting and business knowledge as a foundation for career development. The Professional Accountancy Specialization also provides the traditional background in accounting and is the first step towards state designation as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
  • Finance, BSBA
    The B.S.B.A. in Finance prepares students for professional careers in areas such as corporate financial management, financial institutions management, investments, and financial planning. The program also provides the foundation to pursue the designations of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) or Certified Financial Planner (CFP).

Management & MIS

  • General Business, BSBA
    The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree with a major in General Business prepares students for the world of business, which increasingly demands that business graduates have cross functional abilities. The General Business major builds abilities across multiple business disciplines, including Management, Marketing, and Finance/Economics, thus providing broad abilities in the context of managing modern businesses.
  • Management, BSBA
    The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree with a major in Management is for people who aim for or hold positions of organizational leadership. Management encompasses a variety of leadership skills, and the management program builds administrative competence for careers in industrial, service, governmental, educational, and other settings.
  • Management Information Systems, BSBA
    The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree with a major in Management Information Systems (MIS) emphasizes information as a resource to be managed, planned, and controlled in much the same way as other organizational resources. This program of study presents the concepts and methods of analyzing, designing, planning, and managing simple or complex information systems within an organization.

Marketing & Economics

  • Economics, BA
    The BA in Economics is typically of interest to students with strong academic credentials and a desire to make a difference by helping to shape policy in a wide range of areas in society. Economics majors will develop conceptual and analytical skills for making policy-oriented decisions based on analysis of fundamental resource allocation issues.
  • Economics (Business), BSBA
    The BSBA in Business Economics is for students interested in economics as it applies to business and government organizations. The program provides students with a comprehensive view of the area of economics in business, allowing them to apply a set of analytical tools to understand the interrelations between the economy and the business environment under different market conditions.
  • Marketing, BSBA
    The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) in Marketing degree prepares students for a variety of careers in the marketing profession. Historically, a large portion of top-level managers in major corporations are promoted from the marketing area. Of course, all successful entrepreneurs must possess highly developed marketing skills. Marketing program students choose one of four specializations: Comprehensive Marketing, Global Marketing, Sales Management, and Supply Chain Logistics.
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