BS in Business Administration

The Business Administration major provides students with a broad exposure to the functional areas of business and a more comprehensive understanding of one of the managerial specialties in a specific concentration.


Business Studies
This concentration provides students with a degree which they can, to a great extent, customize to fit their professional aspirations. Examples of customized degree programs include health care management, business and pre-law, corporate communications, and financial product sales.

Human Resources
This concentration gives students the basics that every Human Resource Professional should know. Course work is offered in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Compensation and Selection, Training, Organizational Change, Diversity Management, HR Law, and Human Resource Information Systems.

This concentration offers students the opportunity to focus on courses for their major requirements that are exclusively in the management area such as leadership, organizational behavior, human resources, decision-making, cross-cultural management, and strategy.

Want to see more information about academics and course requirement? Check out the Undergraduate Bulletin for the Business Administration Major.

Special Application Procedures

There are no special application procedures for freshman applicants.