BSBA as a Second Bachelor's Degree

A student who has already earned a bachelor’s degree (other than a business degree) may earn the BSBA by completing the following requirements:

The student must complete a minimum of 30 hours in residence in the College of Business Administration. Typically 61-66 hours are required for students who have no business courses completed.

Students must complete the following courses requirements:
MATH 1370APPLIED ALGEBRA AND OPTIMIZATION WITH DATA ANALYSIS4
or MATH 1930 CALCULUS FOR THE MANAGERIAL, LIFE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Pre-business core courses:15
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MICRO)
and PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MACRO)
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
and PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS STATISTICS
BSBA core curriculum
Concentration Requirements

Courses taken as part of the first bachelor’s degree will be evaluated regarding satisfaction of these requirements.

  • Students who have previously earned a business degree cannot earn a second business degree. These individuals may complete a second concentration in business by completing all of the requirements listed under their new concentration as well as all necessary prerequisites for those courses