Business Administration Programs
Undergraduate students complete the College of Business admissions process to be accepted into the Business Administration Department. Students may enroll in 300-400 level business classes once admitted.
Students in the Business Administration department can select from 3 residential BA major programs.
Each program provides students with the fundamental principles and practices of effective management. Upon completion, students will have met the university intensive course requirements.
If you want a degree that is applicable in many industries, Business Administration might be for you.
This program prepares students for careers in management and administration positions in private, nonprofit, and public organizations.
Learn more about the Business Administration major.
With a Human Resources degree, you’ll learn how to be a well-rounded HR professional with strong management skills.
This program teaches students how to effectively manage administrative aspects of an organization, managing and supporting employees to promote the success of their company.
Learn more about the Human Resource Management major.
This program is ideal for students who are interested in both the functional process of organizations and computer technology.
With this degree, you’ll learn how to analyze information and process date, and apply computer technology to the solution of a wide range of business problems.
Learn more about the Management Information Systems major.
Online Completion Majors
In addition to the residential BA Major programs, there are 2 major completion programs that are offered completely online.
These programs are meant for students who have already completed their general education requirements. The flexible, asynchronous program is often suitable for working adults, parents, and distance learners.
- Business Administration Online Degree Completion Program (BA)
- Human Resource Management Online Degree Completion Program (HRMT)
The Business Administration program offers a wide variety of minors so students can expand on their education in a specific area:
- Business Administration
- Human Resource Management
- International Business
- Management Information Systems
- Business Law