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Business Administration

SCHOOL
MBNA School of Business and Accounting

DEGREE
Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration

PROGRAMS
Associate of Science, Concentration in Business (ASB)  (Wesley College New Castle)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

CONCENTRATIONS (BSBA)
Economics
International Business
Management
Marketing

MINORS
Business Administration
Economics
International Business
Management
Marketing

The Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, grounded in a context of liberal arts and sciences, offers students a broad range of business skills, and is completed with a specific concentration. While a tier of business courses provides knowledge and skills useful for all business students, a concentration choice of economics, international business, management, or marketing allows in-depth study directed for success in a competitive marketplace.

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program:
1. Analyze business organizational performance using quantitative and qualitative data.
2. Utilize analysis of business data to formulate and evaluate alternative solutions and recommendations.
3. Use oral and written communication skills to convey business related information to internal and external stakeholders.

SPECIAL FEATURES
• Students may participate in Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Team projects.
• Internship opportunities available for eligible Business Administration Majors

BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

REQUIREMENTS – GENERAL FOR B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1. Completion of CORE Requirements (45-47 credit hours as specified below).
2. Completion of major course requirements listed below (42 credit hours).
3. Completion of 18 credit hours in the area of concentration.
4. Completion of 17-19 credit hours in free electives.

Course Requirements
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