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About Auburn

With 12 colleges and schools and nationally ranked programs in architecture, business, engineering, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine, organizations recruiting our graduates say that Auburn University students have an edge with their level of professionalism, communication skills, and preparation.

Auburn University is situated in the small city of Auburn, Alabama, in the Southeastern United States. Auburn is not only a great place to live, it was also ranked 18th in Forbes' list of "The Best Small Places for Business and Careers" and the fourth most educated city in the U.S. (New Geography, 2015)

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Small Town, Big Experience

Auburn is a small city, with a mild climate and big opportunities. Auburn’s downtown area, with restaurants and shops, is within easy walking distance of the campus. In a ten-minute drive, you can visit the 16-screen movie theater, shopping mall, and 90 holes of golf. A few miles from campus, Chewacla State Park has 696 acres of hiking and camping.

Around Auburn

Just 1.5 hours away you’ll find the largest city in the Southeast, Atlanta, home to the nation’s busiest airport (so it’s easy to fly home when you need to) and more than a dozen Fortune 500 companies. Within Alabama, you can relax on the beaches of the Gulf coast or check out the restaurants, shops, and nightlife in Birmingham.

On Campus

Year-round, the stunning Auburn campus hosts concerts, cultural and sporting events, international festivals, and art exhibits, to name a few. Amid classes and studying, you might join some student organizations, or an intramural sports team. Some days you’ll just want to stroll around campus with friends, picnic in the arboretum, or gather your books for an outdoor study session.

Auburn By The Numbers

  • #46
    Top Public University
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  • #102
    National Universities
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  • TOP 10
    Auburn is one of the top 10 Best Places to Live
    (U.S. News and World Report)
  • #56
    Best Undergraduate Engineering Program
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  • #17
    Graduate Biological / Agricultural Engineering
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  • #25
    Graduate Industrial / Manufacturing / Systems Engineering
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  • #26
    Pharmacy
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  • 300K
    Nearly 300,000 Auburn alumni across the world
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Aerospace Engineering

Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The objectives of the aerospace engineering program are: (1) to help students develop written and oral communication skills and to acquire a knowledge of history, literature and society; (2) to provide students a solid foundation in and a sound working knowledge of basic engineering principles; (3) to help students obtain an understanding of the engineering principles and skills specifically needed in the aeronautical and astronautical disciplines; and (4) to assist and encourage each student to develop an enhanced ability to learn and think creatively. [+]

Aerospace engineers are concerned with the application of scientific principles and engineering concepts and practices to design, build, test and operate aerospace systems. The curriculum is intended to provide students with a broad understanding of fundamental scientific and technological principles, and to develop the ability to use these principles in developing solutions to engineering problems. The objectives of the aerospace engineering program are: (1) to help students develop written and oral communication skills and to acquire a knowledge of history, literature and society; (2) to provide students a solid foundation in and a sound working knowledge of basic engineering principles; (3) to help students obtain an understanding of the engineering principles and skills specifically needed in the aeronautical and astronautical disciplines; and (4) to assist and encourage each student to develop an enhanced ability to learn and think creatively. Required courses cover aeronautical and astronautical subjects. Students may also choose to emphasize either aeronautical or astronautical systems. Technical electives allow concentration in such areas as aerodynamics, astronautics, flight dynamics and control, propulsion, structures, and structural dynamics. The design of aerospace components and systems is considered to be an integral part of the education of aerospace engineers. Hence, design is included throughout the curriculum, beginning with a sophomore course in aerospace fundamentals and culminating in the senior design course sequence. Students are required to apply their theoretical knowledge of aerodynamics, dynamics, structures and propulsion to solve open-ended problems and to produce portions of preliminary designs. [-]

Architecture

Campus Full time 5 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The bachelor of architecture degree is awarded upon the completion of the five-year curriculum. Qualified students may elect to pursue concurrently a second bachelor of interior architecture degree. [+]

The bachelor of architecture degree is awarded upon the completion of the five-year curriculum. Qualified students may elect to pursue concurrently a second bachelor of interior architecture degree. In the United States, most state registration boards require a degree from an accredited professional degree program as a pre-requisite for licensure. The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), which is the sole agency authorized to accredit U.S. professional degree programs in architecture, recognizes three types of degrees: the Bachelor of Architecture, the Master of Architecture, and the Doctor of Architecture. A program may be granted a six, three or two-year term of accreditation, depending on its degree of conformance with established educational standards. Doctor of Architecture and Master of Architecture degree programs may consist of a pre-professional undergraduate degree and a professional graduate degree, that when earned sequentially, constitute an accredited professional education. However, the pre- professional degree is not, by itself, recognized as an accredited degree. Auburn's next accreditation visit for the architecture program is in 2017. Auburn University, School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture offers the following NAAB-accredited degree program: Bachelor of Architecture (159 credits). The four-year pre-professional Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design is not a professionally accredited degree. Auburn University is a member of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. Students are encouraged to work at an architect’s office, on a construction site or in another approved professional endeavor prior to their fourth year. The bachelor of interior architecture degree program offers a holistic approach to design that focuses on the relationship between interior and exterior space. Interior Architecture students develop enhanced critical thinking abilities in relation to the construction of space, progressive materiality, sustainability, and representation. Auburn has integrated Interior Architecture and Architecture in this unique program resulting in the granting of two degrees upon completion of the fifth year of study. It is not possible to get the undergraduate degree in interior architecture without the dual Architecture professional degree. Architecture students must apply separately to the Interior Architecture Program through a competitive application process. The graduate who receives a bachelor of interior architecture degree and a bachelor of architecture degree is a person trained in interior architecture and architecture who is qualified to sit for an Architectural License Exam after completing IDP and then sit for the NCDIQ Exam for Interiors, based on a transcript review. See advisor for details. Architecture Academic Standards and Policies Enrollment in the second year studios is limited and eligibility for acceptance to Architecture and Interior Architecture is based on performance in courses in the first year of the model curriculum. The Architecture Program offers two options for completing the Pre-Architecture first year of the model curriculum: the Foundation Unit Studio sequence and the Summer Design Studio sequence. Placement of Pre-Architecture students into either of these entry sequences is determined by an Architecture Program committee. Information regarding the entry sequence placement process will be mailed to all Pre-Architecture students who have been admitted to Auburn on or before February 1 preceding fall term entry. Students not participating in the Foundation Unit Studio have the opportunity to be selected to enter the design studio sequence in the summer term after their first year of enrollment. Placement in the Foundation Unit Studio Sequence will be communicated prior to Camp War Eagle. Pre-Architecture students must receive an “S” in ARCH 1000, ARCH 1010, and ARCH 1060 prior to being admitted to the ARCH 1020/ARCH 1420 course sequence. Students accepted into the Foundation Unit Studio sequence may not defer their acceptance to another academic year. Students that fail to successfully complete the fall semester studio sequence, or students not accepted into the Second Year Studio sequence at the end of the spring semester, will not be readmitted to the Foundation Unit Program. These students may elect to participate in the following Summer Design Studio session and will be required to participate in the entire summer program. Eligibility is dependent upon Summer Design criteria. Auburn University students who successfully complete 27 hours, pass ARCH 1000, General Physics I, and Calculus I or MATH 1150, and achieve a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.80 are eligible to be accepted into Summer Design. In the event that all available Summer Design seats are not filled based on the stated criteria, the committee may opt to fill the remaining seats based on academic performance of the applicants. Summer Design Studio sequence is divided into two sessions. During the course of the first session each student’s work is periodically ranked relative to her/his peers. At the end of the first session the students with the highest rank-in-class are accepted into Session Two, subject to available space. Students not accepted to the Second Year Studio may elect to retake the entire sequence of courses during the following Summer Design Session if they meet the admission criteria or they may elect to change majors. Admission to the Second Year Studio sequence is predicated on the receipt of a grade of C or better in both ARCH 1020 and ARCH 1420. The Grade Adjustment Policy may not be used to progress to Second Year Studio. In the event a grade of D or F is received in any required course in the major, a review is required for continuance in the program. Based on the outcome of this review, a student may be required to repeat the course or, in the case of design studios, the entire studio sequence for that respective year-level. Students receiving a second D when repeating a required course will be reviewed for continuance in the program. Similarly, a student receiving a majority of grades of C or poorer may be reviewed for continuance in the program. Students must maintain professional standards of behavior, as outlined in the Student Policy eHandbook, at all times while on university property and while participating in school sponsored trips, events, and activities. Failure to do so may be grounds for dismissal from the program. To proceed to the beginning sequence of design studio at third, fourth, or fifth year levels, the student must have completed all required prerequisite courses for that respective year-level, as indicated in the model curriculum. Enrollment in 3000-level BSCI courses will be limited to those students with a GPA of 2.50 or above and second-year standing in design studio. Architecture Transfer Students Transfer students in Architecture must meet the minimum requirements as set by Auburn University to be admitted to the College of Architecture, Design and Construction. They will be advised to begin with the Summer Design Studio Sequence. Transfer students must also meet the minimum qualifications for admission to Summer Design. Transfer students should contact CADC Student Services no later than January to request a space in the Summer Design Studio. Foundation Unit Studio placement for transfer candidates is determined each year by the school head, the Architecture program chair, the First-Year Program coordinator and a representative from the Office of Student Services. Up to 20 percent of Foundation Unit Studio positions may be reserved for transfers each year; however, the positions will only be filled if the transferring student’s academic performance is competitive with the Foundation Unit Studio top tier ranking students from that academic year freshman admission round. It is possible to have a Foundation Unit Studio with no transfer students. Transfers accepted into the Foundation Unit Studio Sequence may not defer their acceptance to another academic year. Transfer students from NAAB-accredited architecture programs, in addition to meeting the minimum requirements as set by Auburn University, will be required to present a portfolio of their work to the Academic Review Committee (ARC) for evaluation. The ARC will determine the level of placement in the professional architecture design studio sequence or in the pre-architecture program. Special Opportunities for Qualified Architecture and Interior Architecture Students During the third year of design studio students may participate in at least one of a variety of field studies opportunities aimed at enriching students’ learning experience and preparing students for professional life. These opportunities include both an international studies program with a variety of options for study abroad as well as the possibility of participation in the Rural Studio - a program based in rural west Alabama where students engage local communities via hands-on service-learning projects to help meet needs of shelter and improved quality-of-life. In addition to the required third year opportunities, students may have additional opportunities during their fifth year of study to participate in the Rural Studio or the Auburn Center for Architecture and Urban Studies - a design center in downtown Birmingham where upper-level students and faculty engage in community-centered, service-learning activities. Participation in each of these programs is limited, and students may be allowed to participate based on academic standing, available resources, and a competitive selection process. Professional internships with practicing architects are recommended prior to the last year of study. Architecture/Interior Architecture (ARIA) Academic Standards and Admission Policy Participation in the Interior Architecture (ARIA) program is highly selective. Students are eligible to apply for the Interior Architecture program in the spring of their second year of the Architecture Program. This policy allows for a summer ARIA thesis class size based on yearly available faculty resources. Spring semester applications (2nd year students) The Interior Architecture faculty will make a selection of second year students at the end of Spring semester. Class size is based on available faculty resources and may vary each year. These students will initially participate in the ARIA-designated Third Year Fall Semester Studio. Selection of students is based primarily on the ARIA faculty-comprised Admission Board’s assessment of submitted design work. The assessment will be based on the students’ statements of intent and on three projects that demonstrate a high quality of design ability. A high quality of design ability is considered to be an indication of an applicant’s capability to take on the extra degree requirements of the ARIA degree. Additionally, it is required that accepted students have completed their appropriate studio coursework and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA for conditional acceptance into the ARIA dual degree program. The students must maintain a minimum of a 3.0 GPA in their studio coursework during the third and fourth year to proceed into the ARIA Summer Thesis semester. If a 3.0 studio GPA is not maintained, a review by the ARIA Admissions Board will be required to determine a student’s eligibility to continue in the program. [-]

Chemical Engineering

Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The instructional mission of the department is to provide its chemical engineering graduates with the tools, skills and competencies necessary to understand and apply today’s technologies and, through life-long learning, successfully develop and employ tomorrow’s technologies. [+]

Chemical engineers contribute to society through the useful application of knowledge and understanding of chemistry, physics, biology, and mathematics. Chemical engineers traditionally have participated in many decisions crucial to the preservation and improvement of society, including energy, fuel, commodity chemical and food production, resource management, and the design of necessary pollution control measures. Emerging new areas such as biotechnology, space technology, nanofabrication technology, semiconductor devices and modern construction materials also utilize the unique capabilities of the chemical engineer. Many technologies to improve public health depend significantly on chemical engineering such as biomaterials, biomedical devices, medical diagnostics, the chemical design and synthesis of drugs, the genetic engineering of therapeutic materials, drug delivery systems and medical imaging technology. Finally, chemical engineering plays an essential role in important environmental technologies such as atmospheric chemistry, product life cycle analysis, bioremediation, environmental risk and impact analysis, environmental friendly manufacturing technology and products, separation and conversion technologies for waste reduction and the cleanup of contaminated sites. The instructional mission of the department is to provide its chemical engineering graduates with the tools, skills and competencies necessary to understand and apply today’s technologies and, through life-long learning, successfully develop and employ tomorrow’s technologies. Specific program educational objectives of the Chemical Engineering program are: Our graduates apply their technical proficiency for the professional practice of chemical engineering or any other career path they choose. They successfully utilize practical engineering skills and have productive, gainful, and ethical careers in chemical and related industries and organizations. They successfully pursue advanced technical and professional degrees. They successfully transition into other professional areas, such as medicine, law, business or management. Our graduates contribute to the professional practice of their chosen field through effective communication, leadership, teamwork, and service, while maintaining high ethical and professional standards. Our graduates apply high standards in the performance of their professional work including global and societal issues such as health, safety, and the protection of the environment. Our graduates demonstrate continued life-long learning through professional activities and training, the pursuit of higher educational degrees, and individual professional improvement. Because of their broad training and education, chemical engineers contribute to society in many functions, such as pure research, development, environmental protection, process design, plant operation and manufacturing, marketing, sales, and corporate or government administration. The program is specially designed to assure all students have demonstrated capabilities in the core chemical engineering topics including material and energy balances, thermodynamics, chemical equilibria, heat, mass and momentum transfer, chemical reaction engineering, continuous and stagewise separation operations, process dynamics, statistics and control. The design experience is interwoven throughout the curriculum from elementary design principles in material and energy balances to the capstone senior process design and process control sequence employing advanced computer process and control simulators and experimental control systems. The curriculum is specifically designed to enable graduates to model and design chemical and physical processes, design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret chemical engineering data, and to determine capital and operating costs for chemical and physical processes. The curriculum prepares graduates to understand the need for professional integrity and ethical decision making in the practice of chemical engineering as well as providing an understanding of contemporary issues including business practices, environmental, health, and safety and other public interests. Students are also prepared for graduate study in chemical engineering, medicine, business and law. Because of the breadth of chemical engineering opportunities, the department offers a number of specially designed program specializations that provide unique training and course selection to those students who wish to concentrate in a particular area or technology. The current program specializations are biochemical engineering, biomedical engineering, computer-aided chemical engineering, environmental chemical engineering, pre-medicine specialization and pulp, paper and bio-resource engineering. [-]

Computer Science

Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The computer science curriculum, which leads to the bachelor of science in computer science degree, provides an excellent preparation for students seeking careers as software professionals and in computing-related fields, as well for those planning to pursue graduate study. [+]

The computer science curriculum, which leads to the bachelor of science in computer science degree, provides an excellent preparation for students seeking careers as software professionals and in computing-related fields, as well for those planning to pursue graduate study. The curriculum builds on a strong foundation in science, mathematics, social sciences, humanities and computer science with advanced course work in theoretical computer science, human-computer interaction, and net-centric computing. Course work ensures that students receive hands-on exposure to a variety of computer systems, tools and techniques. Elective courses allow students to specialize in core areas of computer science such as networking, database systems, and artificial intelligence. In addition, students select a concentration of 9 semester credit hours outside computer science (e.g., business, mathematics, physics, etc.). This concentration enriches students’ educational experience and adds breadth of knowledge by providing an opportunity to explore a second field of study to which computer science can be applied. The curriculum also emphasizes oral and written communication skills, the importance of ethical behavior, and the need for continual, lifelong learning. The overall educational objectives of the Computer Science program are for graduates of the program to attain success in their chosen profession and/or post-undergraduate studies. The Computer Science degree program is accredited by: Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET 111 Market Place, Suite 1050 Baltimore, MD 21202-4012 (telephone: 410-347-7700). [-]

Electrical Engineering

Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The Electrical Engineering curricula produce well-educated graduates prepared to practice engineering at a professional level in an era of rapid and challenging technological development. [+]

The Electrical Engineering curricula produce well-educated graduates prepared to practice engineering at a professional level in an era of rapid and challenging technological development. The educational objectives of the Electrical Engineering curriculum include developing within our graduates a basic foundation in seven fundamental areas of electrical engineering (circuits and systems, electromagnetics, electronics, digital systems, communications and signal processing, control systems, and power engineering) to provide the technical proficiency needed for the professional practice of electrical engineering. It has as educational objectives to develop within our graduates the ability to communicate their ideas effectively to technical and non-technical audiences and work effectively in multidisciplinary terms, to prepare them to take their places in society as responsible citizens, and to provide them with the basis for, and instill within them an appreciation of and enthusiasm for, lifelong scientific inquiry, learning and creativity. The goal of the professional portion of each curriculum is to emphasize basic areas of study while providing the flexibility to accommodate a diversity of interests and talents. To this end, each curriculum emphasizes engineering design, hands-on laboratory experience, knowledgeable use of digital computer systems, oral and written communication skills, the importance of business, economic, social and global forces on engineering, appreciation of the need to maintain the highest ethical standards, and the maintenance of professional competence through continued self-improvement after graduation. Each curriculum builds upon a solid foundation in mathematics and science. In the Electrical Engineering curriculum, topics in the seven fundamental areas of electrical engineering are introduced early and are carefully coordinated to provide the principles necessary for the practice of electrical engineering. Design experience is interwoven throughout the curriculum by introducing basic design concepts early, emphasizing design experiences in the laboratories, and culminating with a capstone design project in the senior year. The senior year elective structure provides students with the flexibility to pursue a range of career options. [-]

Finance

Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The objective of the finance curriculum is to develop the specialized finance knowledge, techniques, and skills necessary for successful placement in finance related positions. [+]

The objective of the finance curriculum is to develop the specialized finance knowledge, techniques, and skills necessary for successful placement in finance related positions. The program encompasses the major areas of finance including corporate finance, financial institutions and markets, and investments. In addition, the program offers elective work in the subareas of real estate and risk management and insurance. The program will allow students the opportunity to develop not only the specialized knowledge of finance, but also the professional presentation and use of such knowledge through oral and written communication. Students enrolled in the finance program also complete the College of Business core curriculum designed to provide the broader understanding of the entire business organization including accounting, economics, management and marketing. College of Business pre-requisites are strictly enforced. Junior standing and compliance with College of Business academic standards are required for all 3000 and above level courses. [-]

Management

Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The Management program provides a student with a comprehensive overview of the skills necessary to compete in a managerial position in business. [+]

The Management Program prepares students in basic business functions as well as the process of management. The professional programs within the Department of Management are designed to impart knowledge that will assist future managers to be good decision makers for their organizations. The professional programs available are Human Resources Management (HRMN), Business Administration (BSAD), Management (MNGT),and Entrepreneurship and Family Business (ENFB). College of Business pre-requisites are strictly enforced. Junior standing and compliance with College of Business academic standards are required for all 3000 and above level courses. Management The Management program provides a student with a comprehensive overview of the skills necessary to compete in a managerial position in business. The program emphasizes such areas as behavioral dynamics, leadership skills, project management, business processes and logistics, international relations, as well as the management of information technology. It is designed to focus on those issues generic to both the manufacturing and service industries. These management skills, when complemented with the solid foundation provided by the Business core courses, equip students with the necessary knowledge to become successful mangers. One unique aspect of the program is a community service project geared toward helping the students understand the importance of community service and philanthropy in today’s global economy. [-]

Mechanical Engineering

Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

Mechanical engineering students take courses in several areas of engineering including: mechanics of rigid and deformable solids, thermo-fluid sciences, energy systems, dynamic systems and controls, design and manufacturing, materials, and electronics. [+]

The curriculum in Mechanical Engineering focuses on the analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical components and systems. Emphasis is placed on the fundamental concepts of engineering science and design needed in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, biotechnology, material and chemical processing, microsystems and sensors, nanotechnology, machinery and robotics, pharmaceutical, energy production and distribution, heating and refrigeration, food production and processing, entertainment, pulp and paper, weapons systems, and many others. Mechanical engineering students take courses in several areas of engineering including: mechanics of rigid and deformable solids, thermo-fluid sciences, energy systems, dynamic systems and controls, design and manufacturing, materials, and electronics. The educational objectives of the Mechanical Engineering program are to produce graduates who will be: Engaged in careers where they apply knowledge of the fundamental subject areas of mechanical engineering science to the analysis, design, and manufacture of mechanical devices and systems. Proficient in a broad array of professional skills, including engineering software tools, oral and written communication, leadership, and teamwork. Aware of the importance of, and engage in the process of lifelong learning through self-study, continuing education courses, and graduate-level education. Knowledgeable in a broad range of contemporary issues, particularly as they impact the mechanical engineering profession. Students are able to concentrate on areas of special interest through technical elective courses taken in the senior year. In addition, specialized concentrations are offered in Automotive Engineering and in Pulp and Paper Engineering. Minors are offered in Tribology, Business Engineering and Technology, and in Automotive Engineering and Manufacturing. [-]

Software Engineering

Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The degree program prepares students for professional careers and graduate study with a balance of computer science theory and practical application of software engineering methodology using modern software engineering environments and tools. [+]

The focus of the software engineering curriculum, which leads to the bachelor of software engineering, is on the analysis, design, verification, validation, construction, application, and maintenance of software systems. The degree program prepares students for professional careers and graduate study with a balance of computer science theory and practical application of software engineering methodology using modern software engineering environments and tools. The curriculum is based on a strong core of topics including software modeling and design, construction, process and quality assurance, intelligent and interactive systems, networks, operating systems, and computer architecture. The curriculum also enriches each student’s general education with a range of courses from science, mathematics, the humanities and the social sciences. Through advanced elective courses, the curriculum allows students to specialize in core areas of computer science and software engineering. Engineering design theory and methodology, as they apply to software systems, form an integral part of the curriculum, beginning with the first course in computing and culminating with a comprehensive senior design project, which gives students the opportunity to work in one or more significant application domains. The curriculum also emphasizes oral and written communication skills, the importance of ethical behavior, and the need for continual, life-long learning. The overall educational objectives of the Software Engineering program are for graduates of the program to attain success in their chosen profession and/or post-undergraduate studies. The software engineering program is accredited by: The Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET 11 Market Place, Suite 1050 Baltimore, MD 21202-4012 (telephone: 410-347-7700). [-]

BBA

Businesss Administration

Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The Business Administration program is an interdepartmental degree designed to provide maximum course flexibility and a broadbased preparation for future career opportunities. [+]

The Business Administration program is an interdepartmental degree designed to provide maximum course flexibility and a broadbased preparation for future career opportunities. Students are required to demonstrate basic oral and written communication skills, familiarity with technological tools, and an understanding of the interrelationship between the United States and foreign countries with a comprehensive education in business management. The Business Administration program prepares students for entry-level managerial and staff responsibilities in business, government, and non-profit organizations. College of Business pre-requisites are strictly enforced. Junior standing and compliance with College of Business academic standards are required for all 3000 and above level courses. [-]

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