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Bachelor's Completion in Business Administration

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

This broad-based business degree is designed to prepare students for a wide array of careers or graduate study.

Courses Required of all Business Students (Business Core)

MKT 100 Fundamentals of Marketing 3 credits
MKT 100 Fundamentals of Management 3 credits
MT 160 College Algebra 3 credits
ACC 100 Principles of Financial Accounting I   3 credits
ACC 200  Principles of Managerial Accounting  3 credits
ECON 200  Macroeconomics  3 credits
ECON 220 Microeconomics  3 credits
MGT 410 International Business 3 credits
BU 300 Business Ethics 3 credits
LAW 310 Business Law I  3 credits
FIN 300 Corporate Financial Management   3 credits
BUS 341 Intro. to Research and Analysis using Statistics 3 credits
MGT 490 Business Policy 3 credits
    40 credits

Additional Courses Required of All Traditional Students

BU 110 Business, Organization, and Management  3 credits
BUS 200 Professional Development I  1 credit
BUS 210  Professional Development II   1 credit
BUS 220  Professional Development III  1 credit
    6 credits

Major Requirements – Business Administration

LAW 315 Business Law II    3 credits
BU 499 Research in Business   3 credits
MGT 300  Organizational Behavior 3 credits
  Business Elective (any level) 3 credits
  Business Elective (300 or 400 level)  3 credits
  Business Elective (300 or 400 level)  3 credits

What can I do with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration?

A general business degree prepares you for a wide range of careers in business, government, or nonprofit settings. Graduates with degrees in business administration often begin their careers in entry level management, entry level marketing research, retail, banking, human resources, or public relations. Most students go to work directly after graduation. After acquiring several years of professional experience, many business graduates later matriculate in MBA (Masters of Business Administration) programs.


Dr. David Turi
Director, Undergraduate Business Studies
Phone:  201-559-3327
Fax:  (201) 559-3328