Bachelor of Business Administration
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree prepares students for career opportunities and advancement in business and industry. Successful completion of lower- and upper-division BBA requirements ensures that graduates comprehend the relationships among marketing, quantitative theory, accountancy, economic principles and financial, human and organizational management. The BBA gives students an opportunity to specialize in designated fields by pursuing concentrations and minors, or to choose an individualized set of general BBA electives.
Bachelor of Business Administration/Master of Business Administration (BBA/MBA) Transition Program
Students must complete graduate-level coursework taken as part of the BBA degree with a grade of B or better. This coursework, which counts as electives, will not transfer as graduate-level credit to National University or any other institution as it is part of an undergraduate degree program. Grades earned in graduate level courses will be calculated as part of the student’s undergraduate grade point average. Students must be within completing their last six courses in their undergraduate program and have a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.00 to be eligible. Lastly, students must apply for and begin the MBA program within six months after completing their final BBA course. Students must complete their MBA program within four years with no break exceeding 12 months.
Students in the BBA transition program may take up to three MBA classes as electives during the BBA. Students may choose from the following courses: MKT 602, MGT 605, ECO 607, IBU 606, MGT 608 and MNS 601.
The number of courses required to earn an MBA degree for transition program students is reduced from 14 to as few as 11 courses, depending on classes selected and grades earned.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Apply ethical and legal principles to a business environment
- Demonstrate skills and knowledge in the areas of business math, economics, accounting, finance, and operations management needed to make sound business decisions
- Apply knowledge in the fields of management, information systems, and marketing to different business environments
- Apply the knowledge acquired in the program for the analysis of strengths, weaknesses, and potential improvements in a business
- Demonstrate written, presentation and research skills expected of a business-school graduate
- Develop a global business perspective based on the knowledge of foreign business environments and cultures
- MNS 205 Intro to Quantitative Methods
- ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics
- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Funds.
- ACC 202 Managerial Accounting Funds.
- LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I
- BIM 400 Info Mgmt in Organizations
- MGT 309C Prin. of Mgmt & Organizations
- MGT 400 Ethics in Law, Business & Mgmt
- FIN 310 Business Finance
- MNS 407 Management Science
- MKT 302A Marketing Fundamentals
- IBU 430 Survey of Global Business
- MGT 451 Production & Ops Management I
- BUS 480 Capstone:Integrated Bus Policy
- BUS 491 Internship Project
- FIN 446 International Financial Mgmt
- FIN 440 Financial Institutions
- HRM 409B Survey in HRM & OD
- HRM 432 Recruit, Selection, Promo, Ret
- HRM 439 Legal, Reg, & Labor Relation C
- IBU 540 International Experience
- LAW 305 Legal Aspects of Business II
- MGT 422 Team Bldg, Interpers Dynamics
- MKT 430 Intro to Global Marketing
- MKT 434 Intro to Market Research
- MKT 443 Introduction to Advertising