The Mendoza College of Business offers the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration.
Accountancy, Finance, Information Technology Management, Management Consulting, Management Entrepreneurship, Marketing
In the sophomore year, business students follow a common curriculum, which includes an introductory class in each of the majors available in Business. This common curriculum enables the students to make a more-informed choice when selecting a major in the second semester of the sophomore year. Students can pursue only one major in the college, but the college does allow a second major outside Business.
The BBA degree requires 126 credits. Of the 126 required credits, a student has up to11 free elective credits and 18 non-business elective credits. Consequently, a student has great flexibility in selecting courses that meet his or her particular academic and career plans.
A graduate from the college will have accumulated credits in the the Mendoza College of Business requirements table, including First Year credits. One of the courses marked by an asterisk (*) will be taken as a University Seminar. Courses marked by (†) exclude economics.
Students intending to do research and/or graduate work in business are advised to take MATH 10550–10560 so that they can include further calculus in their future schedules.