Business Administration and Management
(Bachelor of Science Degree)
In today's business environment, managers and supervisors must have the ability to communicate and motivate employees in a changing work environment. In addition, managers must have the technical expertise and financial skills necessary to make decisions in a dynamic economy. The Business Administration and Management degree provides an in-depth study of management, allows students to have laboratory-learning opportunities through internships and class projects to put theory into practice.
Program of Study – Business Administration/Management (128 Total credits)
General Core Requirements 48 credits
Entering the Discussion (12 credits)
Writing Courses (8 cr)
En101 English Composition I
En102 English Composition II
Bookend Course (4 cr)
Mg/FY100 Quest for Success (Business Division)
Exploring Diversity (32 credits)
Humanities Courses (8 cr)
2 courses in Art History, Communication, Creative Writing, English, Humanities, Music, Philosophy or Visual Arts
Social Sciences (8 cr)
2 courses in Criminal Justice, History & Politics, Psychology or Social Sciences
Natural Sciences and Math (8 cr)
2 courses in Biology, Environmental Studies, Math and Natural Science
Career Enhancing (8 cr)
2 courses in Business Administration or Management
Consolidating Knowledge (4 credits)
Mg406 Strategic Management
Professional Core (24 credits)
Ba201 Business Law I
Be245 Organizational Finance OR Mg220 Sport Finance
Mg/Be150 Organizational Management
Mg207 Principles of Marketing - Sports Marketing
Management Core (24 credits)
6 300/400-level Business Division Courses
General and Recommended Business Electives (32 credits)
Total Credits (128 credits)
Instructor and Co-Chair Tammy Kenny, MS, MST, Division of Science and Technology.
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