Management and Entrepreneurship BBA
This versatile concentration prepares you for positions as varied as branch managers, service managers, human resource managers, departmental managers, account managers, materials managers, plant managers, quality managers, continuous improvement coordinators, and catalog managers.
This flexible degree allows several paths.
You can focus on problem-solving and decision-making skills and learn analytical modeling, information technology, and strategic and operational tools.
You can focus on general management principles, individual and group behavior, organizational change and design, and decision making.
Or you can focus on entrepreneurship - developing your own business by selecting courses on entrepreneurial management and entrepreneurial marketing.
Requirements for the Management and Entrepreneurship Concentration (24 credits)
Required Courses (12 credits)
Human Resource Management (3)
Electives (12): In consultation with your advisor, select any twelve credits of BUS/ECN courses; at least nine must be numbered at the 300/400 level