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  Dec 14, 2017
Undergraduate Catalog 2013 - 2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration Major, B.B.A.

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Cleveland State University offers a flexible educational opportunity for the non-traditional student to complete the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a general business administration major. The business administration major prepares students with foundation courses in business and a broad cross-section of advanced business courses in various functional areas. Courses for this program are offered during the day and evening at the main campus, Lakeland Community College and online via the Online BBA Degree Completion program. The program is composed of lower-division and upper-division core courses as required by the B.B.A. degree and a choice of business administration major courses that can be selected from various business disciplines.

Program Highlights

The Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in business administration:

  • Enables you to develop breadth of knowledge in the field of business administration
  • Permits flexibility to take advanced business courses that fit your schedule and professional needs
  • Prepares you with foundation courses for the MBA degree
  • Gives you the flexibility of taking additional courses and earning a minor in the College of Business


Major-Field Requirements

Business Administration Major Courses

The major in business administration consists of 28 credit hours of 300/400 level business electives beyond the B.B.A. degree's core requirements. Electives must be selected from a minimum of four of the following seven business disciplines: accounting (ACT), finance (FIN), information systems (IST), international business (INB), management and labor relations (MLR), marketing (MKT), and operations and supply chain management (OSM). Please consult this CSU Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and check CampusNet or a College of Business undergraduate adviser in Ahuja Hall, BU 219, for course availability.

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