The business administration major provides a broad-based education in the
fundamental theories, principles, and practices of modern business. This major consists of the 14 core business courses that all students majoring in business complete plus seven more business courses, including an internship, that the student chooses from four different business areas. Choosing this route for your major therefore gives you an understanding of the fundamentals of business without emphasizing a particular business discipline. The business administration major gives students flexibility, exposure to many ways of thinking, and many career options!
Check out this sample four-year plan for a business administration major. Of course, you can always use your electives for a second internship and you can study abroad a semester or two as well.
Three credits (one course) from the following marketing-related courses: MKTG 352, 353, 354, 356,
450, SPML 455
Three credits (one course) from the following technology-related courses: MGMT 379, MKTG 354, COMM
223, INFO 230, 310, 320, 340, 350, 400
Three credits (one course) from the following nonprofit or entrepreneurship-related courses: MGMT 320 OR MGMT 3xx (Principles of Nonprofit
Three credits (one course) from the following: BLAW 344, 450, HMGT 330,
340, ACCT 313, 415, ECON 300, 400, MGMT 490
Four credits (one course) of internship or practicum experience: MGMT 481 (4 credits) or MGMT 487 (4 credits)
Six credits (two courses) of electives chosen from any upper division ACCT, BLAW, FINA, HMGT,
INFO, MGMT, MKTG, SUST, or SPML courses.