The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration offers students the opportunity to pursue a major in business. Students who do so may choose a career as a manager or owner of a small business working in a variety of duties. Degree concentrations permit students to prepare for career opportunities in large businesses, working in marketing, accounting, management, or management information systems. Career opportunities are also available in government, not-for-profit, and education.
Student Learning Outcomes
The student learning outcomes for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration are presented below:
- Each student can recognize and analyze ethical problems and choose and defend resolutions for practical situations in accounting, management, and marketing.
- Each student can conceptualize a complex issue into a coherent written statement and oral presentation.
- Each student can evaluate the financial position of organizations through examination of balance sheets, cash flow statements, and corporate budgets.
- Each student can understand the creation of value through the integrated production and distribution of goods, services, and information as they relate to economic, financial, and marketing theory and practice.
- Through the use of the scientific process, students can acquire data, develop statistical procedures, and provide interpretative information for decision-making processes throughout the entire organization.
- Each student can recognize the group and individual dynamics that operate in corporate organizations for the purposes of strategic planning, operations and budgets, and market-driven decisions.
- Each student can recognize the domestic and global environmental variables relative to their impact on organizational decision-making.
Students must meet all requirements for admission to the university
as specified on our Applying for Admissions site.
- Students must complete all of the requirements pertaining to baccalaureate degrees as specified on pages 84-86 of this catalog.
- Students must complete at least 45 semester hours at the 3000 level or above and at least 15 semester hours at the 4000 level.
- Students are required to make a grade of “C” or higher in each foundation and major course (including concentration courses).
- A maximum of four hours of KINS activity courses can be counted for the degree. KINS professional courses are not included in this four-hour limit.
- A minor cannot be earned in the area of concentration.