Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration
The College of Business Administration includes a variety of degree offerings at the undergraduate level as well as an MBA and M.S. in information systems at the graduate level.
Most of the undergraduate degrees are a bachelors of business administration (B.B.A.). This includes a business core of 44 credit hours covering a broad base of business knowledge. Cybersecurity and Sports Analytics are a bachelor of arts degree (BA). The following major fields of undergraduate studies are available:
Non-business majors can also pursue a minor in Accounting, Entrepreneurial Management, Finance, Healthcare Management, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing, Professional Sales, or General Business.
As these programs are new to the College of Business, they have not yet gone through the accreditation process by ACBSP but will be forthcoming.
Technology and Business are two of the most powerful influences in the world today. Individuals who can turn data into business intelligence are in high demand. The Information Systems (IS) major (previously known as Management Information Systems or IT) leverages information technology using the informational component of business products, services or processes to create value. IS professionals bridge the gap between business and technology. Learn more about the Information Systems major.
Undergraduate students can complete a bachelor’s and a master's degree together in five years or less. Students can launch into the master's program before graduation and receive dual credit for select courses, thus accelerating their track through the master’s program.