Understanding of how departments work together

Bachelor of Business Administration - Business (120 credits)

Dive deeply into the specific areas that contribute to an organization’s value proposition. With a focus on process improvement, development and implementation, you will graduate prepared for a career improving business performance. Plus, optimal class sizes mean better engagement and discussion with your peers and faculty.

We invite you to build a unique skill set where you will learn to analyze business data, manage projects and teams, analyze risk measures in decision making and use enterprise-wide technology systems that are vital to success.

Enhance your business degree and expand your knowledge by choosing to study in one of three specialties: 

Supply Chain Logistics

Examine the various components of supply chain management including an emphasis on inventory control, distribution, transportation and supplier relations.

Risk Management & Insurance:

Study the concepts of risk and risk management and how insurance fits in the risk management process. Courses also prepare you for the CPCU 520 national examination administered by the American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters.

Global Project Management:

Learn financial and risk management of project management in a global environment by focusing on activity-based forecasting, estimating management reserve, budgeting, risk management and costs associated with projects. This specialty will also prepare you for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam.

Which class should I take? When should I take it?

See our Recommended Program Sequences: