Get ready for a degree in business administration.

When a position requires a diverse understanding of many facets of business like accounting, management, sales and marketing, employers tend to hire business administration management graduates.

The Business Administration emphasis prepares you for a variety of organizational roles by exposing you to core business education, training and practices.

 

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Designed to cater to your specific areas of interest

We give you the option of choosing from a broad range of business courses to shape a program that conforms to your scholastic and long-term career goals.

244,100 new general and operations manager jobs projected over the 2012-2022 period.*

The Business Administration emphasis covers a wide gamut of management opportunities. Some of our graduates have gone on to get jobs as:

  • Production Supervisors
  • Business Managers
  • Employee Relations Managers
  • Department Managers
  • Service Representatives
  • Business Analysts
  • Development Services Managers
  • Human Resource Managers
  • School Administrators

Customize your business administration degree

The Business Administration emphasis will give you a solid understanding and experience in common core business practices. You determine the path by choosing from a variety of courses related to marketing, finance, human resources, operations management, information systems, ethics and international business. Business administration major courses include:

  • Employment and Labor Law
  • Staffing and Employee Development
  • Business, Ethics, and Society
  • Dynamics of Negotiation

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