The Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Administration provide a solid background in core business areas as well as in liberal arts. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Science are required to take additional math courses, secure an internship, and complete an area of concentration in one of the following:
Economics: provides training in the application of microeconomics and macroeconomics to problems of business decision making and the effect of governmental policies on the business environment.
Finance: provides in-depth background in finance for students interested in working in economic and financial institutions or finance departments of corporations.
Management: prepares students for supervisory roles in a variety of industries or for entry into corporate management training programs.
Marketing: provides background appropriate for positions in the marketing divisions of corporations and more specialized marketing firms such as advertising agencies and market research organizations.
(Credits as listed below, with Undergraduate Curriculum requirements and credit requirements.)