Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Associate Dean of Continuing Studies: Mark L. Parker, Ph.D.

Program Manager: Daniel Alcorn, MBA, MPA, COOP, CTL

The Business Administration program focuses on the business administration functions of finance, accounting and economics. Students who earn a Business Administration degree will understand the relationships between marketing, business law, business writing, quantitative theory, and human and organizational management. After completing the core curriculum, Business Administration students may pursue concentration in in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, or Supply Chain Management.   

Upon successful completion of the BSBA program students will be able to:

  • synthesize and apply key theories, models, and applications within the business administration context;
  • apply critical thinking skills for both problem-solving and innovation in business related situations;
  • synthesize business-related concepts and data and effectively communicate those concepts and data in writing to an array of audiences, including non-specialist audiences;
  • analyze and evaluate business and organizational situations using an ethical approach to decision making.

Core Curriculum and Capstone

COMM 301Business & ProfessionalWriting3
MNGT 309Mngt of Organizations3
ECON 250Seminar in Economics 16
ACCT 350Financial Accounting3
ACCT 351Managerial Accounting3
FNCE 350Fundamentals of Finance I3
FNCE 351Fundamentals in Finance II3
MNGT 314Marketing Management3
MNGT 341Business Law I3
MNGT 346Business Law II3
MNGT 400Management Capstone 26
Total Cr.36

1) To fullfil the economics requirement students can take either ECON250 OR ECON201 and ECON2020 for a total of 6 credits

2) The Capstone course cannot be satisfied by transfer or extra-institutional learning credit

Accounting Concentration - 18 credit hours

AC 335Intermediate Accounting I3
AC 336Intermediate Accounting II3
AC 419Taxation I3
AC 428Auditing3
AC 441Cost Accounting3
AC 442Advanced Accounting4
Total Cr.18

Finance Concentration - 18 credit hours

FN 407Corporate Finance II3
FN 412Investments3
EC 310Money and Banking3
AC 419Taxation I3
EC 419International Economics3
MG 319International Dimensions of Business3
Total Cr.18

Marketing Concentration - 18 credit hours

MG 416Advanced Marketing3
MG 441Integrated Marketing Communications3
PY 211Introduction to Psychology3
AC 441Cost Accounting3
MG 448Small Business Strategies3
MG 319International Dimensions of Business3
Total Cr.18

Supply Chain Management Concentration - 18 credit hours

MNGT 447Supply Chain Management Strategy, Planning, and Operations6
MNGT 457Supply Chain Management Logistics Design and Execution6
MNGT 467Supply Chain Management Assessment, Integration, and Optimization6
Total Cr.18
Faculty Member Institution at which highest degree was earned
Dan Alcorn, MBA Norwich University