Degrees & Majors

Learn about program departments, degrees, example courses, career possibilities and more.

Undergraduate Advising

All undergraduate programs offered by the College of Business are fully accredited by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. These programs are designed to prepare the student for both the present and future business environment.

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Graduate Business Services

Students pursuing admission to a graduate program must have completed a Bachelor's degree, meet GPA requirements and submit standardized test scores. Program-specific admission requirements are set by individual academic units and published annually.

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Minors & Certificates

  • Each of our Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programs has a subject area concentration (accounting, finance, management, etc.) and a business core that provides you with a well-rounded educational experience and prepares you for your future career. The BBA programs as well as the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Accounting and Bachelor of Science (BS) in Information Systems do not require or allow minors in addition to the designated degree requirements.
  • The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Economics requires an 18-hour minor as part of the degree requirements. 
  • Not all Major Departments allow the addition of a minor to the degree program. Please check with your Major Department before scheduling an appointment with a business advisor.
  • Minors in Business require 18 hours. Minor options include: Accounting, Business Administration, Business Analytics, Business Philanthropy, Economics, and Information Systems.

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