Business Administration BS

Total Units Required: 120

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The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration requires completion of a lower-division core prior to taking most upper-division core courses. Successful completion of the lower-division core allows students to advance to the upper-division core that continues their general background in business and into their specialty option. Business administration offers options in accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, human resource management, management, marketing, and project management.

Students must receive a verified grade of C or higher in each lower-division core course in order to advance into most of the upper-division core and option courses. If a student receives a grade of C- or lower in one of the lower-division core courses, that course must be repeated until a grade of C or higher is attained. The set of lower-division and upper-division core courses are listed under Course Requirements for the Major.

More information about College of Business programs, with helpful advising information for first-year and transfer students, is available by contacting

Business Student Advising and Services
Glenn Hall 321