The Bachelor of Business Administration program consists of 39 credit hours (13 courses) of junior/senior-level core BBA and advanced business elective courses.
|BBA 301||Managerial Economics|
|BBA 302||Legal Aspects of Business|
|BBA 303||Organizational Behavior|
|BBA 305||Management Science & Operations Management|
|BBA 307||Intro to International Business|
|BBA 308||Business Policy & Strategy|
|ENTR 400||Family Business Management|
|ENTR 430||Corporate Entrepreneurship|
|BBA 400||Management & Culture Across the Globe, Property & Casualty Insurance or Entrepreneurial Finance|
|BBA 401||Marketing Management & Strategy|
|BBA 402||Human Resources Management|
|BBA 403||Ethical Decision Making in Business|
|BBA 405||Supply Chain Management|
|BBA 406||Advanced Finance|
|BBA 407||Processes, Frauds, and Controls|
|BBA 408||Cost Management|
|BBA 410||Project Management|
|BBA 500||Variable topics, including study abroad|
|BBA 610||Intermediate Financial Accounting 1|
|BBA 620||Intermediate Financial Accounting 2|
|BBA 630||Foundations of Taxation|
|BBA 640||Principles of Auditing|
More information on each course is available in the course catalog.
Students must also complete the School of Business graduation requirements, which include minimums of at least 120 total credit hours, 45 credit hours at the junior/senior (300+) course level, at least 30 credit hours after admission to the School of Business (credits in residence); and completion of the School of Business general education requirements.
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