Program Description

The BSBA program consists of 40 classes for 1800 lecture hours, for 180 quarter-credits. This program generally prepares individuals to provide plan, organize, direct, and control the functions and processes of a firm or organization and includes instruction in management theory, human resources management and behavior, accounting and other quantitative methods, purchasing, organization and production, marketing, and business decision-making.

Program Objective

The objective of the BSBA program is to prepare students for the dynamic, changing realities of the global business environment. Students will acquire or develop the technical and “soft” skills employers demand in today’s business workplace – government, business or non-profit organizations.

Professional Core: 31.5 credits/7 courses

  • ACC100 Principles of Accounting I
  • BUS100 Introduction to Business
  • BUS110 Strategies for Professional Success OR COM100 Leadership, Strategy, and Communication
  • BUS220 Business Technologies
  • ECO100 Principles of Economics
  • LEG100 Business Law I
  • GIS480 Spatial Business Intelligence and GIS OR
  • HCM300 Intro to Health Informatics

General Studies 58.5 credits/13 courses

  • ENG110 English Composition
  • ENG200 Research and Writing
  • MAT100 College Algebra
  • MAT310 Descriptive Statistics
  • POL350 Contemporary International Problems
  • POL400 Geopolitics

Humanities: Choose four out of the following courses:

  • HUM100 Introduction to the Humanities
  • HUM110 Origin of Western Culture
  • HUM230 World Literature
  • HUM200 Creative and Critical Thinking
  • HUM400 Philosophy and Religion
  • HUM410 Ethics
  • HUM420 Comparative Religion
  • HUM430 Religion in America

Science: Choose one out of the following courses:

  • SCI210 Environment and Health OR SCI200 Science and Society

Social Sciences: Choose two out of the following courses:

  • PSY100 Introduction to Psychology
  • SOC101 Introduction to Sociology
  • ANT200 Introduction to Anthropology

Major component 58.5 credits/13 courses

  • BUS120 Fundamentals of E-Business
  • BUS130 Principles of Management
  • BUS280 Business Ethics
  • BUS285 Project Management Principles
  • BUS290 Human Resource Management
  • BUS300 Organizational Behavior
  • BUS320 Entrepreneurship
  • BUS350 International Business
  • BUS499 Capstone: Business Administration (To be taken in last or next to last quarter).
  • FIN100 Introduction to Finance
  • FIN200 Financial Management
  • LEG200 Business Law II
  • MKT100 Principles of Marketing

Electives 31.5 credits/7 courses
Selected with an approval from the Academic Advisor from the BUS/HUM/MAT/POL/SOC section of the catalog, courses numbered 100-400.