The B.B.A. in Business Administration degree prepares graduates for competent and responsible participation in business and society. This program offers a variety of contemporary business courses intended to provide a well-rounded foundation in the various aspects of operating a business in today’s competitive business climate. The courses provide students with the knowledge needed to adapt to the complex and constantly changing business environment. Areas of study include foundational business concepts and high-demand specialized business content such as, the globalization of our economy, advances in technology, leadership, and data analysis and management. The program is ideal for working adult students who hold an Associate of Arts (A.A.) or an Associate of Science (A.S.) though this is not required for admission.
Graduates from this program will be able to:
Understand the structure of an organization and processes for managing them.
Identify and interpret legal and ethical issues in the global business environment.
Consume and produce quantitative and qualitative information in order to facilitate business and/or economic decision-making.
Solve business and organizational problems using analytical and critical thinking skills.
Apply rudimentary concepts from the management of technology discipline to people, process and technology management challenges in a modern organization.
Recognize the impact of the global and multicultural environment in managing a business.
Employ oral communication skills to influence a professional audience.
Demonstrate proficiency in written communications across multiple platforms and purposes.
Take 18 credit hours at 300, 400 or 500* level from the following. Students must have at least 90 credits and program director permission to take any 500 level course. No more than 6 credit hours may be taken from the same course prefix area. Additional appropriate electives may be used with the permission and approval of the program director.