The Business Administration Major
Professor: Frank Winfrey
Associate Professor: Angela James
The Business Administration major provides students with an understanding of complex business environments, administrative practices and processes, and the structure and role of organizations, through the entrepreneurial lens. It introduces students to the concepts and theories of management and decision-making while providing experience-based opportunities in which to apply these concepts. Students may focus their studies and select an emphasis in one of two areas: management or finance. As students advance, they will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge by researching, writing, and presenting a business plan. Students will also have the opportunity to apply their learned skills to the management of a real fund, through an endowment-funded investment portfolio. The business administration major offers graduates the flexibility to choose between entry-level managerial positions, advanced study, and/or launch of a new opportunity.
* Students may use ECO 101 and BUS 323 to satisfy core requirements.
* Students may elect ECO 215 a second and third time.
Degree Info at a Glance
Program: Business Administration
Summary of Requirements for a Major in Business Administration
Additional Major Requirements: Finance Emphasis
Finance Electives (6 credits)
Total Credits: 6
Choose 2 of the following:
Additional Major Requirements: Management Emphasis
Management Electives (9 credits)
Total Credits: 9
Choose 3 of the following: