Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Management

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree is designed for working adults who have career objectives in business administration. It prepares individuals for positions in business – general management, managerial accounting, management of computer information systems, human resources management, project management, industrial and service quality management, and other managerial functions.

Since the BBA degree is the undergraduate version of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, it provides excellent preparation for pursuing the MBA or other graduate degrees in business. Students interested in graduate study should consult with their advisor in planning their schedules so as to include those areas commonly required for admission to graduate programs in business, particularly accounting, finance, and statistics.

Why a Management Concentration?

The Bachelor of Business Administration Management concentration equips graduates with essential tools to adapt and to lead effectively in a dynamic business environment. Students will learn to help others navigate through turbulent and uncertain times, as well as improve decision-making skills. Dedicated faculty cover topics related to Leadership, Training & Development, Project Management, and Quality Management. The degree is designed to prepare students to problem-solve and to take on challenges in private and public organizations.