To earn your bachelor’s degree in business administration through the College of Business, you will take 120 credit hours of courses, equating to four or five courses per semester, on average.
Foundations of Entrepreneurship (MNGT 321)
Learn firsthand about the entrepreneurial process while gaining an insider’s view of entrepreneurial creativity, innovation and value creation.
Using Accounting Information (ACCT 301)
Learn how to use accounting information—the language of business. Discover relationships between business decisions and financial statements, including forecasting, investment decisions and tax effects.
Introduction to International Economics (ECON 321)
Gain an understanding of international trade and the international monetary system. Explore commercial policy, exchange rates and open economy macroeconomics.
Decision Making Models (SCMA 335)
Discover quantitative decision-making tools for supply chain management applications. Develop optimization models for applications in operations scheduling and inventory planning.
Investors with Purpose (FINA 464)
Gain a broad perspective of financial markets and wealth management through discussions with business leaders. Topics include venture capital, financial technology and real estate.
Sports and Event Marketing (MRKT 428)
Learn how to provide a meaningful experience to sports participants, consumers and sponsors through planning, promotion, sponsorship activation and logistical support.