A student selecting a major offered by the Department of Business Administration and Economics will gain understanding of the core areas needed to participate in the business world today including accounting, law, quantitative methods, management, marketing, economics, management information systems, and finance. These courses or areas present information drawing on knowledge acquired through liberal arts courses and will therefore draw upon the student’s general studies background. The business core background will give the student the knowledge needed for admission to many masters degree programs. In addition to this core knowledge, specialized skills are available to students depending on their major and/or emphasis. Students who wish to double major in business and accounting should contact their advisor. Business Administration courses are also offered to address the personal needs of students in areas such as communication skills, leadership skills, personal finance, understanding taxes, and personal investing strategies.
Business Administration Requirements & Course Information
Economics Requirements & Course Information
Business Administration (B.A.)
Business Administration (B.S.)
Areas of Emphasis:
Human Resource Management
Students who choose to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration must select a field of business to emphasize in their studies.
The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration allows students to gain a business degree by completing the core curriculum of the department.
Advertising is an interdisciplinary major that combines study in Business, Graphic Design, and Mass Communication.