Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
Acquire business administration skills that are tailored to help you in your professional business career. With your Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree you will increase your project management, critical thinking, and leadership skills. This range of experience will allow you to prepare for a wide variety of career options, allowing you to choose a business or management career specific to your interests.
You can also prepare yourself for a path to graduate school with the technical knowledge and critical thinking skills you need to communicate ideas in a collaborative business environment. Specific business degree scholarships are also available to you whether you are pursuing your bachelor’s degree or your graduate degree.
A business administration degree can prepare you for a variety of careers where core business fundamentals and problem-solving skills are a must, as this degree is designed to provide students with a robust academic foundation in business administration. This robust academic foundation consists of core business fields such as entrepreneurship, project management, finance, marketing, and many others. Additionally, a degree in business administration can provide versatile and transferable skills that students can learn either from their general courses or from a specialization. As a business professional, you can be a necessary asset to a successful organization, and will be ready for a variety of business settings.
Summary of Degree Units
University Graduation Requirements 35
Major Preparation 17
Major Core Requirements 43
Concentration Requirements 18
University Electives 7
University Requirements for Graduation
Students must complete all residency, curriculum, unit, and GPA requirements as outlined in the Undergraduate Graduation Requirements section of the Policies and Procedures.
The 4-Year Roadmap is available online. Roadmaps should be used in consultation with the catalog and your advisor to identify additional requirements for completing the major (for example, course grade minimums). Associate Degrees (ADT) Pathways are also available online.