B.B.A. in Management

The undergraduate program in the Department of Management prepares students for careers in organizations. The program provides students with a basic knowledge of business and administrative practices and helps them to develop an understanding of business and administrative functions and analytical problem-solving and decision-making skills.

The management degree is for students primarily interested in dealing with the total operations of organizations. Courses cover decision-making, production of goods and services, supply chain management, electronic business, human resources, entrepreneurship, global issues in management of corporations, and labor relations areas of business.

We offer the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree in Management, a concentration in entrepreneurship and minors in both management and entrepreneurship.

Enrollment Restrictions

Enrollment in upper-division courses in the Department of Management (those prefixed by MGNT) is restricted to students who have completed the pre-business program and have been admitted to a business major.

Core Curriculum Requirements (43-45 credits)

Includes 12 hours of pre-business required courses. See Core Curriculum courses.

Business Core Courses (27 credits)

After completion of all pre-business courses, students pursuing a B.B.A. degree are required to take the following courses:

  • ITEC 281 - Data Management and Analysis with Spreadsheets
  • BLAW 203 - Legal Environment of Business
  • ECON 340 - Global Economy and Business
  • MGNT 322 - Organizational Behavior
  • MGNT 333 - Business Analytics for Decision Making
  • MGNT 357 - Operations Management
  • FINC 331 - Introduction to Business Finance
  • MKTG 340 - Principles of Marketing
  • MGNT 428 - Global Business Strategy

Required Courses (9 credits)

  • MGNT 323 - Human Resource Management
  • MGNT 421 - Leadership and Motivation
  • MGNT 436 - Cultural Diversity and International Management

Choose four courses from the following: (12 credits)

Electives (23 credits)