Majors and Minors
The McLane College of Business provides high quality, innovative, and accessible business education with a distinctive commitment to business as calling, preparing graduates for purposeful service and leadership with a Bachelor of Business Administration. Many of the programs also include Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts options.
Updated BBA Degree Plans
The McLane College of Business will begin using updated BBA degree plans beginning Fall 2018. If you are a current student who may want to consider changing catalogs to take advantage of the new degree plans, please read these Frequently Asked Questions.
Business Administration Emphasis
Students not pursuing a major or minor in the McLane College of Business may pursue a 12-hour Business Administration Emphasis. The emphasis may be helpful to students who are not business majors or minors but who intend to pursue careers in the business sector after graduation. Non-business students who do not intend to pursue careers in the business sector could also benefit from the emphasis because it evidences a greater familiarity with the administrative (or “business”) functions of education, charitable, governmental, scientific, and other non-business enterprises.Learn More
Becky Beaty • Secretary to the Dean
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Page last updated June 27, 2018