The Business Administration major and minor provide students with 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 into current business issues and practices through classroom visits by active professionals, opportunities for field trips, internships, and independent studies.
The Business Administration major and minor are associated with the Department of Economics and Business. A major requires a minimum of 13 courses and a minor requires a minimum of seven, including courses in accounting, economics, business, and mathematics.
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Last updated February 13, 2018