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College of Business & Social Sciences
Business Administration & Entrepreneurship

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Business Administration gives students a broad background in all areas of business. Students in Business Administration typically take control of their studies by combining two areas of concentration to create their own major. Concentrations may include Entrepreneurship, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Accounting, Management, Marketing, and Risk Management and Insurance. The degree also facilitates students' acquisition of a minor in a non-business area.

The Business Administration program is accredited by , The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

Program Strengths

The business administration program is grounded in a core of courses including principles of management, marketing, accounting, economics, computer information systems, and finance.

Moreover, we strive to keep class size relatively small, ensuring that each student has the opportunity to seek and receive personal attention from their professor.

Students majoring in Business Administration are able to complete their degree program face to face or online. This makes Business Administration particularly attractive to part-time students who are seeking to further their education while working full time.

Faculty

While the Business Administration degree is housed in the College of Business and Social Sciences, its faculty span the College. For students interested in taking true advantage of this degree's flexibility, faculty can be drawn from across the university. This is especially true for those students wishing to pursue an international degree including foreign language training and a solid background in business administration.