The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration provides a general knowledge of business and allows the student to build an area of expertise in Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management or Marketing for a career in business, industry, government, or in preparation for graduate study.
The Department of Business Administration has these goals:
To learn about a specific program, its requirements and faculty members, select your major of interest from the navigation bar at the right.
Beginning in fall 2013, get a head start on your career by earning your business degree in just 3 years. With on-campus and online classes, this flexible program puts you on track to your career as you to gain credit toward a Master of Accountancy or a number of other graduate degrees through our online programs. A 3-year business degree is the perfect choice for early access to your future.
A minor in business administration is available and requires students to take 20 credit hours.
Our business students work together on class projects for area businesses, helping them research a range of topics, including:
"Brad brought a lot to the table with his visa research," says Pat Johnson, Fairchild Semiconductor's HR director. "We invited our whole HR community to attend his presentation; he uncovered things we were not aware of."
“Because students present their findings at the organization sponsoring the project, they get exposure to how an organization functions. They also gain exposure to managers who may be impressed with their work. These projects have resulted in several full-time jobs and internships over the past five years.”
“Myke (manager of the College’s Pearson’s Town Farm) taught me that happiness is farming. He taught me that it's OK to get dirty and that producing your own vegetables is so much better than buying them at the grocery store. He showed me that someday I want to have my own farm.”
— Heather Aceto ’13 management