Why Study Business Administration?
Business Administration brings together multiple business disciplines to nurture analytical and problem-solving skills required of future business leaders in the increasingly competitive and culturally diverse business environment. You will gain skills and experience in all aspects of business operations. Business Administration with Economics concentration further advances students' quantitative skills and offers the opportunity to apply economic tools to a number of areas including health care, urban issues, financial impacts of environmental policies, and international trade.
What to do with a Business Administration degree?
With a bachelor's in Business Administration, you will have a wide and varied range of career opportunities, including General Management, Business Consulting, Commercial Banking, Financial Services, Public Administration, and more. In addition, the concentration in Economics provides an excellent foundation for students who intend to continue their studies beyond the bachelor's degree.
What are the areas of concentration within the Business Administration degree?
The Business Administration with Economics concentration allows majors to concentrate in the field of Economics and provides an excellent foundation for students who intend to continue their studies beyond the bachelor's degree.