The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) program organizes its courses so that students learn basic business concepts and principles, get hands-on experiences in field-based projects and can apply both theory and logic to problem solving.
Graduates find employment in the world of business, commerce, government, and technology at the entry or intermediate levels and move rapidly to positions of greater responsibility.
The B.B.A. degree is conferred upon completion of a minimum of one hundred eighty (180) units of quarterly credit (45 courses of 4 units each). A minimum GPA of 2.00 is required. Students must complete all requirements within six (6) years of initial enrollment. The requirements can be summarized as follows:
|General Education Courses||56 units|
|Required Courses||40 units|
|Major Courses||40 units|
B.B.A. Double Concentration Requirement
Students seeking a double Concentration in B.B.A. programs must take a minimum of fifty-two (52) additional units (13 courses).