A major in Business Administration prepares you to take your place as a business leader.

You’ll become proficient in all functional areas of business—finance, management, marketing, and accounting—while having the opportunity to concentrate on a specialty.

You may also develop your own specialty with a faculty advisor. As part of your studies, you will create a business plan in the first year, intern with a national or regional organization, and study with full-time faculty who have achieved excellence in education and business.

Selected students may opt to pursue our Dual Degree BS/MBA, which provides the chance to earn both degrees—normally requiring 158 credits—with as few as 140 credits.


Learning Objectives

Business Administration Learning Objectives

  • Business Administration students will successfully make business decisions applying knowledge of the functional areas of business.

Undergraduate Core Learning Objectives

  • Demonstrate the knowledge necessary to fulfill professional goals.
  • Make business decisions based on analysis and evaluation of the data and ethical considerations.
  • Identify global issues and their business implication.
  • Produce and deliver effective oral communications.
  • Produce and deliver effective written communications.