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Department of Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts or Science in Business Administration
The Business Administration degree from the Reeves School of Business prepares students for an incredible variety of careers in business by giving them the analytical skills to understand and solve complex business problems. This highly flexible degree program focuses on fundamental theories of commerce as well as practical application. You will build a strong foundation in the principles of accounting, finance, economics, marketing, and management then begin developing your skills in strategic decision making and business leadership. Throughout the curriculum, central themes of global commerce, principled leadership, ethical responsibility and entrepreneurship ready you for the demanding and exciting corporate world.
The Faculty in the Department of Business Administration is committed to your success. Through collaborative research and projects, our students have the opportunity to engage their professors on both a personal and professional level. Business Administration faculty are not only experts in their field of study, they carry years of real world experience that contributes to a lively and engaging classroom experience.
Like all Reeves School of Business majors, the Business Administration degree
can be paired with a concentration in Health
Care Administration; PGA Golf
Management; Professional Tennis
Management; Resort, Club,
and Hospitality Management; and Sport
Requirements for the major in Business Administration:In addition to the foundation core and the professional core courses required of all majors in the RSB, the following courses are required: BUS 315, BUS 450, BUS 300 or ECO 311, and 9 s.h. of business electives (ACC, BUS, ECO, MKT) 300 Level or higher.
Sample Four Year Plan: View
Requirements for the minor in Business Administration: 18 s.h.—12 s.h. of foundation core courses (ACC 251, ACC 253, ECO 261, and ECO 262); and 6 s.h. of upper-level accounting, marketing, financial economics, or business courses.
Requirements for the A.A. Concentration: 18 s.h.—12 s.h. of foundation core courses (ACC 251, ACC 253, ECO 261, and ECO 262); and 6 s.h. of upper-level accounting, marketing, financial economics, or business courses.
Writing-Enrichment Course: BUS 352
Computer Intensive Course: BUS 225 or CSC 100
Ethics course: BUS 315
Department of Business Administration Courses View