B.B.A. Degree in General Business

Overview

This program is a general one, preparing the student for entry into industrial or governmental organizations, but without specialization in a specific discipline.

An OC graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree will demonstrate:

  1. Written, oral, and technological communication skills that reflect logic, clarity, and kindness.
  2. An ability to think analytically, logically, and creatively in order to utilize a variety of approaches to problem solving.
  3. A heightened awareness of values, ethics, and service to others.
  4. Knowledge of diversity, opportunity, and complexity within a global society.
  5. An understanding of the importance of strategic decisions and their long-term impacts.
  6. The development of skills basic to a chosen profession or field of study.
  7. An understanding and appreciation of group dynamics and teamwork.
  8. The ability to provide leadership for the organizations they choose for careers.

Student must complete a minimum of 126 hours including the major, core, and minor if required. Elective hours may be needed to reach 126 hours.

43 hours, minor required 

1. 13 hours lower division

  • ACCT-2113 - Accounting Principles I
  • ACCT-2213 - Accounting Principles II
  • BUSA-1211 - Introduction to Business
  • ECON-2113 - Macroeconomic Principles
  • ECON-2213 - Microeconomic Principles

2. 18 hours upper division

  • BUSA-3213 - Business Law
  • BUSA-3713 - Business Ethics
  • FINC-3313 - Principles of Finance
  • INTL-3313 - International Business
  • MGMT-3113 - Principles of Management
  • MKTG-3313 - Principles of Marketing

3. 3 hours capstone

  • MGMT-4613 - Strategic Management

4. 9 hours chosen from

  • ACCT-3313 - Cost Accounting
  • INFO-3113 - Principles of Electronic Business
  • INFO-3613 - Management Information Systems
  • MGMT-3213 - Operations Management

5. A minor of at least 18 hours.

The purpose of a minor is to broaden the student’s educational experiences. If a minor is chosen in the area of business, it must be exclusive of the work used in the business major. Courses cannot count in both the major and the minor. 

Related Careers

  • Accounting
  • Commercial Banking
  • Consulting
  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Planning
  • Finance
  • Insurance
  • Investment Banking
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Product Management
  • Retailing

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