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 1370||APPLIED ALGEBRA AND OPTIMIZATION WITH DATA ANALYSIS||4|
|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|
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