The Department of Business Administration is nationally accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs to offer the bachelor of science (B.S.) in business administration with options in accounting, finance, international business, management and marketing. The curriculum is designed to provide study in the subjects required for employment in any business or organization. The programs in business administration are supported by a diverse faculty with extensive academic training and business experience.

The curriculum also provides excellent preparation for graduate and professional studies leading to such degrees as the M.B.A., M.S., Ph.D. and the J.D. Accounting students have available all the necessary coursework to sit for either the CPA or CMA examination.

The curriculum is flexible enough to permit internships, cooperative education with local industry and minor study can be incorporated if desired. Studies in disciplines outside business are required and encouraged to help develop the well-rounded and liberally educated person employers seek.

Admission into the departmentís bachelor of science program from other departments of the University is limited to those who have earned at least 30 credits, and is offered on a space-available basis. Those interested should apply to the chairperson of business administration. Transfers from other institutions should check with the Office of Admissions for current grade point average requirements. The department offers minors in general business, accounting, finance, management and marketing. Admission into the minor in business administration program is also on a space-available basis. Please see the chairperson of business administration for an application. A certificate program in international business is available to qualified individuals of all majors.