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College of Business

Academic Programs

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The College of Business offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA), a B.S. in Business Administration with seven specialized options, a B.S. in Business Information Systems with two options, and a variety of minors and certificates. Our numerous academic programs allow students to work in an area that fits their interests while giving students the skills and knowledge for the greatest career potential. 

Master of Business Administration (MBA): 30-36 units

The MBA program is perfect for individuals who don’t have an undergraduate business degree but now seek a business career, those seeking career change or advancement, or any person that wants to gain management skills and knowledge. Our MBA program can help you have more career choices and help you reach your personal and professional goals.

For individuals that don’t have an undergraduate degree in business, we have a set of streamlined program prerequisites for that makes getting started in the program easy and affordable. Students can pursue a general MBA or specialize in Enterprise Information Systems or Project Management.

BS in Business Administration (BADM): 120 units

The B.S. in Business Administration allows students to learn the fundamentals of business while adding a layer of specialization. This degree offers a common core set of courses along with a capstone course in applied strategic decision making. This core gives students a fantastic understanding of all aspects of business. Then, students can gain specialized knowledge by pursuing one of our 7 specialty options.

  • Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Project Management

BS in Business Information Systems (BSIS): 120 units

The B.S. in Business Information Systems has a more technical orientation for students that desire the combination of core business knowledge and the ability to leverage technical expertise to help solve business challenges. This degree offers a common core set of classes with a capstone course on strategic issues for information business professionals. In addition, students pursue a set of courses to gain specific knowledge in one of our BSIS options.

  • Management Information Systems
  • Operations & Supply Chain Management

Minors and Certificates

Want some additional specialized knowledge? A minor or certificate can give you extra skills and knowledge, builds the strength of your resume, and makes you more attractive to recruiters. Our Minors and Certificates diversify and enrich your career potential.


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Persons with disabilities who need accommodations or have questions about physical access may call the program sponsoring the event or call Accessibility Resource Center at 530-898-5959.