Faculty from all departments in the Robins School of Business provide instruction in this area.
The Business Administration Major
In addition to the requirements for the B.S.B.A. degree outlined on the BSBA page, all business administration majors must complete a concentration. Except as otherwise noted on the concentration page, a concentration area requires four courses minimum chosen from a single Robins School of Business department. A maximum of seven courses can be taken in any area of concentration.
Business administration majors must choose a concentration from the following areas: accounting, economics, finance, international business, marketing, or management. A concentration in accounting is always a secondary concentration to a primary concentration or major. Students pursuing a secondary major in Economics in the School of Arts and Sciences may not pursue a concentration in Economics in the Business school.
Electives: Sufficient units to complete degree requirements over and above other major requirements. At least 17 units must be taken outside the Robins School of Business.
Note: There is no business administration concentration area.
The Business Administration Minor
9 units, including
The business minor student should complete the ACCT 201-ACCT 202 and ECON 101-ECON 102 requirements prior to enrolling in any other business administration course.