Select business classes that build on your strong foundation in business.
The business administration major, previously known as the management major, is one of the most popular academic programs among the Beacom School of Business' undergraduate majors. The degree provides a solid foundation for students wanting a general or specialty business focus in operations management, entrepreneurship or a program tailored to your career plans.
The Pre-Major Business Core must be completed before full admission to the School of Business major is granted.
Business Administration: Bachelor of Business Administration
This degree provides a solid foundation for students wanting a general or specialty business focus in operations management, entrepreneurship or a program tailored to your career plans.
- Business Administration Minor (Non-Business Majors)
Online & Off-Campus Options
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The Classroom & Beyond
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The dean annually selects a group of students to serve as the "Dean's Ambassadors." The position is prestigious and the ambassadors serve as the dean's student advisors and represent the Beacom School of Business at most high-level alumni and business events, both on and off the campus.
Instructor Tom Martin teaches Production and Operations Management, Project Management, Marketing Channels (Supply Chain Management) and Introduction to Business. His research interests are Supply Chain Management, Risk Management and Leadership.
Graduates of the Beacom School of Business have been putting their business administration skills to work in some of the nation's top companies and organizations.
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