Bachelor of Business Administration
Marketing Channels and Institutions, Marketing communications, Marketing Research, Entrepreneurial Marketing, International marketing, Marketing Management: Cases and Problems, Management Information Systems, Organizational Behavior, and 3 approved Business Electives.
Personal and Manpower Development, Organizational Behavior, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills, Team Building, Organizational Change, Small Business Management, Leadership and Entrepreneurial Behavior, International Management, Personnel Management I and II, and Management Information Systems and an approved Business Elective.
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Finance
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Finance is designed to give finance majors a solid foundation in the tools and techniques of finance. The program prepares students for successful careers in corporate financial analysis, investments, financial institutions, and all positions of financial decision-making in both domestic and international settings. Specifically, the educational objectives of the BBA in Finance include the following:
To earn the BBA in Finance, finance majors must earn a minimum of 120 credits. Finance majors must fulfill all 66 hours of general education requirements, 30 hours of School of Business core requirements, and 33 hours of major requirements. Graduation requirements include the following: (1) Grades of C or better in all major courses (grades of C- are unacceptable); (2) no more than two grades of D in School of Business Core courses; (3) an overall GPA of 2.00 or better; and (4) an overall GPA in all major courses of 2.50 or better.
Finance Courses (for detailed degree requirements and course descriptions, please consult your academic advisor).
Business Core Course in Finance
Required Finance Major Courses
Careers in Finance
Links to Financial Information