Davis College of Business and Economics
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The Davis College of Business and Economics offers the B.B.A. degree, the B.S. degree, the M.B.A. degree, a graduate certificate in Business Analytics, and undergraduate minors. All degree programs in the Davis College are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) Degree
- Finance with a concentration in Insurance and Real Estate
- Management with concentrations in Management, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources Management and General Business
- Marketing with concentrations in General Marketing, Digital Marketing, and Professional Sales
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree
- Economics (online degree completion program) - only available to non-traditional students with a transferable Associate's degree
- Information Science and Systems
- Information Science and Systems with concentratons in Information Systems and Security Management and Informaton Systems and Decision Analytics
The Master of Business Administration degree is available as a 100% online course, 7-week, asynchronous modality and is designed to allow a full-time student to complete an MBA in under 12 months by taking two courses in each 7-week period. We offer a general MBA and an MBA with a Concentration in Business Analytics.
Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics
The SAS Joint Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics is available as a 100% online certificate and provides the opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge, and abilities required to enter the high demand analytics field. This certificate program allows students to differentiate themselves in the job market enabling them to bridge the gap between discipline specific knowledge and the ability to analyze relevant data for better-informed decision-making. The certificate can be completed as part of the MBA program or as a standalone non-degree program.
The Davis College of Business and Economics offers nine minor programs.