BA in Business Administration, Undergraduate Programs, Mihaylo College of Business and Economics

Business Administration Major Areas of
Concentration and Emphasis


All business administration majors must complete the requirements from one of the following concentrations or joint emphasis: Accounting, Business Analytics, Business Economics, Decision Sciences, Entertainment and Tourism, Entrepreneurship, Finance,  Information Systems, Management, Marketing, Risk Management and Insurance, or Joint Emphasis in Accounting/Finance or Accounting/Information Systems or Marketing/Information Systems.  

The bachelor’s degree in Business Administration may be effectively combined with subject matter studies necessary for the single subject teaching credential in business. Undergraduates are encouraged to work with the department adviser and/or the Center for Careers in Teaching (657-278-7130) as early as possible in their academic careers to plan efficient course selections for general education, the major and electives. Postgraduate students should contact the Admission to Teacher Education office in the College of Education (657-278-3411) to obtain information on attending an overview presentation and orientation and then contact the department credential adviser.

Accounting Concentration

Business Analytics Concentration

Business Economics Concentration

Decision Sciences Concentration

Entertainment and Tourism Concentration

Entrepreneurship Concentration

Finance Concentration

Information Systems Concentration

Joint Emphasis in Accounting/Finance

Joint Emphasis in Accounting/Information Systems

Joint Emphasis in Marketing/Information Systems

Management Concentration

Marketing Concentration

Risk Management and Insurance

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