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Business Administration Degrees

The Vucurevich School of Business offers two degrees in Business Administration:

Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.)

  • ACC 225 Principles of Accounting I
  • ACC226 Principles of Accounting II
  • ACC317 Cost Management
  • BUS210 Principles of Management
  • BUS 305 Managerial Finance
  • BUS 307 Principles of Marketing
  • BUS 319 International Business
  • BUS 320 Business Law
  • BUS 421 Business Ethics
  • BUS 427 Strategic Management
  • BUS450 Senior Colloquium
  • ECO 212 Microeconomics
  • ECO 213 Macroeconomics
  • MAT 112 College Algebra & Trigonometry
  • MAT 202 Finite Mathematics
    or MAT 201 Calculus for Applications
  • MAT 233 Introduction to Statistics
  • ENG 250 Business Research & Writing

Requirements:  In addition to meeting the liberal arts core requirements of the University, the student must complete the business administration core requirements as well as completing the requirements for either a (1) concentration in management information systems; (2) a minor in accounting, economics, entrepreneurial studies, finance, management, or marketing; or (3) a minor from another discipline.


Associate of Arts Degree (A. A.)

    An A.A. in Business Administration provides a basic knowledge base for employment or for further study in a four-year program. To obtain an A.A., 64 semester-hours (s.h.) of credit must be obtained with a minimum grade point average of "C" (2.0) or better. Of the total s.h., up to 43 will be required and the rest electives.

    The required courses are as follows:

    Liberal Arts:

    • CST 100 Fundamentals of Communication
    • ECO 212 Microeconomics
    • ECO 213 Macroeconomics
    • LAR 111 Writing & Intellectual Traditions
    • MAT 112 College Algebra & Trigonometry
      or MAT 202 Finite Math
    • PSY 201 General Psychology
      or SOC 201 Fundamentals of Sociology

    Business Administration:

    • BUS 210 Principles of Management
    • BUS 307 Principles of Marketing
    • BUS 320 Business Law
    • ACC 225 Principles of Accounting I
    • At least 4 additional courses
      selected from accounting, economics, entrepreneurship,
      management, marketing, or management information systems. 

    All course work attempted in the Accounting, Business, and Economics core classes and the minors must be completed with a grade of “C-” or better.  The Vucurevich School of Business regularly assesses its Business Administration programs to determine how well it is accomplishing its educational goals.