Programs of Study

Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

The Mission of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Management is to provide exposure to skills and careers in the growing fields of retailing, sales management, and human resources, while providing for flexibility for support in additional areas.

This major provides students with backgrounds in:

  • strategic management
  • operations management
  • decision-making
  • organizational activities of management
Undergraduate Plan: BBA in Management Degree Plan

Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business

The B.B.A. in General Business degree is intended for those students who desire a broad-based business curriculum. The program's curriculum is composed of a broad spectrum of courses offered by the various departments within the College of Business. A major in general business would prepare the student for a wide variety of employment options in business, industry and government. Graduates can assume entry-level management or management trainee positions in marketing, finance, real estate, insurance, retailing, and wholesaling, as well as positions in government or hospital administration. In addition to the common body of knowledge in business competencies, majors in general business will demonstrate competencies in insurance concepts, writing, legal organizations, and human resource management.

Students seeking a bachelor's degree in General Business must complete:

  • Degree requirements for a Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Science degree
  • University Studies requirements
  • College of Business core course requirements (refer to Undergraduate catalog)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Interdisciplinary Studies Minor

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) offers students a broad overview of business necessary to succeed within the industry. The B.S.B.A. requires a minor; the Interdisciplinary Studies Minor is required as it allows for the choice of elective courses to improve a student's marketability. 

The program is offered in two formats to better suit the needs of our students. A student seeking a B.S.B.A. may complete the upper level coursework either online and/or in a face-to-face format. You will indicate the format you wish to pursue when you speak with your advisor.

The program is ideal for transfer students who have already completed their core education courses from regionally accredited colleges or recognized foreign universities and wish to pursue a broad-based business curriculum. Students may elect to complete their University Studies requirements here, but must be aware that we cannot guarantee all University Studies requirements will be online.

Minors - Undergraduate

The Management department offers several programs for the completion of an interdisciplinary minor. The required semester hours (SH) for each minor program are included, along with a description of the nature and goals of the minor program.  

The following undergraduate minors are available:

  • Minor in Corporate Management (18 SH)
  • Minor in Entrepreneurship (18 SH)
  • Minor in General Business (18 SH)
  • Minor in International Studies (18 SH)

Graduate Programs

MBA Program

The Masters of Business Administration degree prepares the graduate student for advanced management positions that demand analytic and strategic leadership solutions to an interrelated set of economic, ethical, and environmental issues. The program is 30-48 hours.

MBA Course Rotation

Graduate Plan: MBA Degree Plan
More Information: MBA Information

Master of Science in Management

The Mission of the MS Management Program is to provide graduate studies in Management for students interested in a management career in a variety of profit and not-for-profit organizations as well as for students who wish to pursue additional graduate programs. The MS in Management Program offers students from Business and non-Business backgrounds an opportunity to develop management and leadership skills appropriate for all kinds of organizations.

The Master of Science in Management Program offers students from business and non-business backgrounds an opportunity to develop management and leadership skills appropriate for all kinds of organizations. Students complete 30-39 hours of graduate coursework, depending on their backgrounds.
Admission Requirements