Business Administration, B.S.

The Business Administration degree focuses on the delivery of management knowledge and the practice of effective skills. Two areas of specialization are provided to accomplish the overall objective: Management and General Business. The purpose of the Management specialization is to present detailed and current information on the field while encouraging students to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to function effectively in a variety of managerial activities. The General Business specialization’s purpose is to provide students with a foundation in the functional areas of business and with the necessary theories and interpersonal skills to assume positions in a variety of industries, organizational types and/or functional areas.

Management Specialization

Management specialization is designed to provide students with detailed and current information on the field while encouraging students to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to function effectively in a variety of managerial activities.

General Business Specialization

The General Business specialization’s purpose is to provide students with a strong foundation in the functional areas of business and with the necessary theories and interpersonal skills to assume positions of responsibilities in a variety of industries, organizational types and/or functional areas.