Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

business degrees onlineStudents who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) degree are equipped with a knowledge of business theories, policies, and procedures and are prepared to assume a responsible position within the world of business. The program refines a student's commitment to personal values and moral excellence as well as professional competence.

Graduates will have acquired skills in decision-making, problem solving, and leadership, in addition to fundamental business and management procedures.

Enabling students to tailor the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program to meet their particular needs, CSU's B.S.B.A. degree program offers several concentrations. Students may complete a general degree in Business Administration or enhance their training in a business concentration in Finance, Hospitality & Tourism, Human Resource Management, Information Technology, International Management, Management, Marketing, Project Management, or Sport Management.

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Estimated time of completion of this program is 5 years.

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Curriculum

Graduates will successfully complete 120 credit hours outlined below
Credit Hours
General Studies Requirements 60
Required General Studies Courses 36
General Studies Electives 24
Major Courses 60
Major Requirements 36
Professional Electives 24
Total 120

Curriculum Details

General Studies Requirements - 60 hrs

Required General Studies 36
Course Number / Description Semester Hours
Humanities and Fine Arts 9
Select a minimum of 3 courses from this area to include  
LSS 1300 - Learning Strategies for Success  
Written Composition 6
EH 1010 - English Composition I  
EH 1020 - English Composition II  
Natural Sciences 3
Select a course from this area  
Mathematics 3
Select a course from this area  
History 6
Select a minimum of 2 courses from this area  
Social and Behavioral Sciences 9
Select a minimum of 3 courses from this area to include  
BBA 2401 Macroeconomics  
BBA 3602 Principles of Management  
General Studies Electives 24
Courses can be taken from General Studies or any 2000-3000 level courses.
Major Courses 60
36 hours must be at the 3000-4000 level
Major Requirements 36
Major Requirements - Group A (Select 10 courses) 30
BBA 2010 - Introduction to Business  3
BBA 3651 - Leadership  3
BBA 3201 - Principles of Marketing  3
BBA 2201 - Principles of Accounting  3
BHR 3352 - Human Resource Management  3
BBA 3210 - Business Law  3
BBA 4751 - Business Ethics  3
BBA 4951 - Business Policy and Strategy  3
BBA 3551 - Information Systems Management  3
BBA 3301 - Financial Management  3
   
Major Requirements - Group B
(Select 2 courses.)
6
Select any two 4000 level business administration courses that have not already been used to satisfy other requirements.  
Professional Electives 24
Courses can be taken from Business Administration Concentrations or any professional program area offered at CSU. Any course previously not taken can be utilized to satisfy this elective.
Bachelor of Business Administration Concentrations 12
Concentrations enable students to specialize in a business related area. This allows students to meet their educational goals and enhance their career opportunities. Students may add a specialization at any time prior to graduation by submitting a Change of Program form, all applicable fees and completing four of the courses listed for that specialization. They should also consult with their academic advisor to ensure that they are meeting all requirements of the program. Bachelor of Business Administration Concentrations are available in Finance, Hospitality & Tourism, Human Resource Management, Information Technology, International Management, Management, Marketing, Project Management,and Sport Management.  
Total 120 Semester Hours

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