The Geneseo business administration program is designed for those who want to lead and make decisions, rather than follow and implement the decisions of others.
As a business administration major you will first develop your critical thinking skills through a broad liberal arts core and exposure to the principals of accounting, economics, mathematics, ethics, and law. You then become actively involved in decision-making areas such as marketing, human resources, finance, and international business through numerous group presentations, independent research projects, and internships. You may also choose one of our 4-1 programs that allow you to save a year in earning your MBA degree.
Total credit required to complete major: 58
- A minimum of 50% of all required ACCT, ECON and MGMT courses, of which a minimum of 15 credit hours of 300-level MGMT classes, must be taken at Geneseo.
- Enrollment in 300-level School of Business courses is restricted to junior and senior majors and minors in School of Business programs.
- Students must successfully complete the Writing Proficiency Exam, which is administered each semester.
- Generally, students will take this exam upon completion of Intd 205. Students with transfer credit for Intd 205 are still required to successfully complete the Proficiency Exam.
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