The bachelor of business administration degree program contains the following areas of concentration:
Business minors are available in the areas of business administration, finance, hospitality management, management and marketing. All business minors are designed to meet the needs of students specializing in the sciences or the arts and whose career opportunities may lead to positions in business or a related field. All minors are designed to provide a sound orientation in basic elements of the selected field.
The business and accounting certificate programs are designed for those wishing a more rigorous preparation than provided by the minor in business administration. Certificates are offered in the following areas: business and accounting.
Completion of either of the two certificate programs will make the student more marketable in the increasingly competitive job market.
Please be aware that there have been some minor changes in our GSM Curriculum in regards to course listings and course titles. A number of our course titles and listings have changed to the Business Analytics (BANA) title. Please see below. Please be aware for future registration.
Effective as of now, the following courses have been renamed:
- MGMT 250 (Excel for Business) is now BANA 250
- MGMT 320 (Operations Management) is now BANA 320
- MGMT 351 (Project Management) is now BANA 351
If you have additional questions, please contact:
Nicholas J. Mancari
Director, Undergraduate Programs/Project Manager