Business Administration Major

40 credits


The credits for the math requirement (MAT-125 or higher) are counted in the Professional Foundations minor.

ECN-200Principles of Economics

3 credits


MAT-MAT Complete one Math course numbered 125 or above

3-4 credits

Accounting Courses

ACC-221Financial Accounting

3 credits

ACC-222Managerial Accounting

3 credits

Business Core Courses

BUS-100Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUS-150Business Computer Applications

3 credits

BUS-225Principles of Management

3 credits

BUS-330Principles of Finance

3 credits

BUS-360Principles of Marketing

3 credits

BUS-391Legal Environment

3 credits


1-6 credits

2 credits of internship are required .

In exceptional cases, BUS-494 Independent Study may be substituted for BUS-497 Internship (with department permission).


Business Electives - 6 credits

Any ACC or BUS 200, 300, or 400 level course for 6 credits

Quantitative Course - 3 Credits

Complete 1 of the following quantitative courses:

BUS-350Management Science

3 credits

BUS-438Financial Problems

3 credits

BUS-453Principles of Productions and Operations Management

3 credits

Business and Accounting Capstone

BUS-493Business and Accounting Capstone:Senior Seminar

2 credits

 It is recommended to take the internship during the junior year.  Take BUS-493 Business and Accounting Capstone: Senior Seminar, in the senior year.

Students may not earn both the Business Administration Major and the Accounting Major.


Upon successful completion of this major, students will be able to:


1) Demonstrate an understanding of general business theories and principles;
2) Analyze and reason independently, and ethically appropriate to given business/organizational situations;
3) Demonstrate effective communication skills through written, interpersonal, or team activities;
4) Carry out analytical problem solving through the use of appropriate business-oriented resources for decision making in the organizational context.