Business Administration Major and Minor
Business Adminstration provides students with a base of knowledge of the core business disciplines of economics, accounting, business law, quantitative analysis, and management essential to a continued and progressive career in management. Students are exposed to comments and practical insight to current business issues and practices through classroom visits by active professionals, and through opportunities for field trips, internships, and independent studies with active organizations.
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: ACC 211; ECN 101 and 102; BUS/MTH 131 and MTH 225; BUS 301, 302, 307, and 315. In addition, elect three courses from the business administration courses at the 300 level or higher that are not specifically required for the major. At least one of these electives must be selected from ACC 311, BUS 317, BUS 350, BUS 453, or BUS 457. A second elective must be selected from BUS 401, 405, or 406 to meet the capstone requirement for the business administration major.
MINOR REQUIREMENTS: ACC 211; ECN 101; BUS 300 or 302; BUS 301 and 307. Elect one additional course at the 300 or 400 level.
- Sam P. Gidas, J.D.
- Richard Kinder, M.B.A.
- Ralph L. Liberatore, Ph.D.
- Robert C. Litchfield, Ph.D.
- James S. West, Ph.D
For more information, contact Professor Richard Kinder.