Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) - Accounting:
The mission of the Accounting Programs at the University of South Dakota School of Business is to provide quality professional education in an environment that promotes critical thinking, fosters the exchange of ideas among scholars, and contributes value to the practice of accounting.
Bachelor Business Administration (BBA) - Business Administration:
From the smallest family-owned business to the largest corporation, all businesses have a common need for effective management. The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree with a Business Administration major is one of the most popular academic programs among undergraduates at USD. The degree provides a solid foundation for students wanting a general or specialty business focus.
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) - Economics:
Economics is the science of choice and decisions. The skills gained from a Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics will allow students to become successful business leaders in many industries. Students will develop skills that will allow them to weigh the costs and benefits of a particular course of action in the fields of law, industry, finance, government, education, and many other areas of business and civic life.
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) - Finance:
Any business has important financial concerns, and its success or failure depends in a large part on the quality of its financial decisions. The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree with a Finance major is an excellent way to explore the fields of corporate finance, investments, financial planning, portfolio management, banking, mergers and acquisitions, insurance, real estate, security analysis and international finance.
Bachelor of Business Administration - Marketing:
The study of marketing gives students the skills to analyze and understand the field of marketing and the influences that affect marketing strategy. Marketing supports the success of an organization through the management of the organization's relationship with its customers.
Students intending to pursue one of the Beacom School of Business majors are admitted to the University as general business students. During the first half of their undergraduate program, they will complete general core requirements. Before beginning the 300/400 level courses, they will also complete core business requirements needed for admission to the selected Major.
How to Apply to the University of South Dakota: Prospective students may complete the Undergraduate Application found at:
Admission to the Beacom School of Business Majors:
An application to the Beacom School of Business majors is submitted to the Student Services Center in the semester during which the following criteria will be met:
For more information about USD's Bachelor of Business Administration programs offered at University Center, visit SDUniversitycenter.org or contact University Center at 866-220-7085 or by e-mail at email@example.com.