If you are considering a career in Finance, Global Business, Management, or Marketing – a major in Business Administration will give you the necessary skills to be successful in these challenging and creative fields.
For the benefit of students in the business administration concentrations, the university offers a five-year integrated program that allows you to graduate with both an undergraduate degree and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) degree. You will take some of the common professional components, known as our business core courses, at the graduate level while still an undergraduate student in order to accelerate degree completion.
For more information, contact J.B. Locke, Success Coach, School of Business.
Are you known as a problem-solver? Are you analytical? Are you interested in a career in investments, personal financial planning, financial institutions including banking and insurance, real estate, or financial management (corporate finance)? If so, then consider a major in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance.
A concentration in Finance requires completion of the School of Business Common Professional Component as well as Finance courses in Personal Finance, Money and Banking, Principles of Finance, Financial Management, and Investments.
Prepare yourself for virtually unlimited career opportunities managing human, financial, and physical resources with a concentration in Management. This is a perfect area of study to show off your analytical skills and aptitude for leadership.
A concentration in Management requires completion of the School of Business Common Professional Component as well as specific courses in Management, including Human Resource Management, Managerial Ethics, Leadership, Small Business Management, and business and management electives of your choice.
Let your creativity flow! Surround yourself with other outgoing, creative students with a concentration in Marketing. Marketing involves determining customers’ needs and wants, developing products and services to satisfy those needs and wants, and establishing appropriate promotional, pricing, and distribution strategies to complement those products and services.
A concentration in Marketing requires completion of the School of Business Common Professional Component as well as specific courses in Marketing, including Consumer Behavior, Marketing Communications, Marketing Research, Retail Management, and Not-for-Profit Marketing.