Bachelor of Business
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The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree prepares you for career opportunities and advancement in business, entrepreneurship, and nonprofit organizations. By successfully completing NU’s lower- and upper-division BBA requirements, you’ll comprehend the importance of and relationships between marketing, accounting, quantitative theory, economic principles, and the management of finances, personnel, and organizations.
The Finance specialization prepares you to take advantage of the career opportunities and future managerial responsibilities in three interrelated finance areas: financial institutions, including banks, insurance companies, credit unions and similar organizations; investments, including bonds, securities, and security analysis; and financial management for businesses, nonprofits, and governmental agencies.
In preparation for your Bachelor of Business Administration studies, you’re required to complete the following courses or equivalents:
- MNS 205 – Introduction to Quantitative Methods
- MTH 215 – College Algebra and Trigonometry
- MTH 220 – Calculus I
- MTH 210 – Probability and Statistics
- ECO 203 – Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO 204 – Principles of Macroeconomics
- ACC 201 – Financial Accounting Fundamentals
- ACC 202 – Managerial Accounting Fundamentals
- LAW 204 – Legal Aspects of Business I
Students earning the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a Finance specialization will learn to:
- Apply the theoretical and practical aspects of finance
- Apply ethical and legal principles to a business environment
- Apply skills and knowledge in business math, economics, accounting, and operations management needed to make sound business decisions
- Apply knowledge in the fields of management, information systems, and marketing to various business environments
- Apply fundamental business knowledge to the analysis of strengths, weaknesses, and potential improvements in a business enterprise
- Conduct independent research relevant to business-related issues
- Demonstrate the writing, presentation, research, and teamwork skills expected of a business school graduate and a finance manager
- Apply a global business perspective based on a knowledge of foreign business environments and cultures
Successful completion and attainment of National University degrees do not lead to automatic or immediate licensure, employment, or certification in any state/country. The University cannot guarantee that any professional organization or business will accept a graduate’s application to sit for any certification, licensure, or related exam for the purpose of professional certification.
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