Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
“Business Administration” refers to the activities involved in running, or administering, a business or other similar organization. Successful businesspeople do not know just one aspect of the business—they are familiar with all the major components and activities that make up the organization and how they work together for organizational success. Effective business professionals are able to look at the organization from a strategic, overarching perspective, which enables them to manage their specific responsibilities within the larger organization more effectively.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration focuses on core business functions. All students study finance, marketing, supply chain, human resource management and information technology before declaring a concentration for more in-depth study.
The curriculum in Business Administration emphasizes the application of information technology, teamwork, problem-solving and critical thinking for decision making. Students complete the core curriculum requirements (listed above) to build a foundation of business knowledge and then select their concentration of interest as a specialization.
Concentrations in Business Administration
- product development
- business analysis
- human resources
- IT management
- supply chain management
- new business development