The Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management at St. Edward’s gives you the tools to master business strategies and practices and to work in a management role in any business sector.
Students gain a thorough understanding of how businesses operate and how different management strategies work. Coursework culminates in a strategic project where you’ll assume the role of top management in an organization. You’ll identify, analyze and solve business problems using case studies and simulations.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management
As a BBA in Business Management major, you'll develop core business skills in such areas as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources and strategic management. And you'll learn how to implement management concepts to improve strategic performance in your workplace and community.
Students pursuing this degree enjoy the challenge of helping their organizations thrive, becoming leaders in their communities and embracing change.
Career opportunities could include working as an operations manager for a Fortune 500 software enterprise, a business development manager with a retail franchise group or a marketing representative with a real estate firm. Through this program, you will develop the critical skills for managing businesses, whether in a corporate, entrepreneurial or nonprofit setting.
For detailed descriptions and timing of courses, please see the New College Bulletin (course catalog).
REQUIRED COURSES FOR MAJOR (54 CREDIT HOURS):
• Principles of Accounting I
• Principles of Accounting II
• Business Statistics
• Legal and Social Environment of Business
• Business Communications
• Strategic Management
• Microeconomics Principles
• Macroeconomics Principles
• Introduction to Finance
• Principles of Management
• Human Resource Management
• Operations Management
• Principles of Marketing
• Global Business Responsibility and Ethics in Management
• International Business Administration
• Problem Solving and Decision Making
• Two additional business courses
SUPPORT COURSES FOR MAJOR (6 CREDIT HOURS):
• Quantitative Applications Software for PCs or Introduction to Information Systems
• Precalculus or higher
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (UP TO 39 CREDIT HOURS)
MISSION COURSES (UP TO 13 CREDIT HOURS)
Consult an admission coordinator for credit transfer options.