Bachelor of Business Administration Program
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program at Fred C. Manning provides students both a comprehensive understanding of business fundamentals and the opportunity to pursue chosen areas of specialization.
Year 1: Foundation
The first year of the BBA consists of introductory level courses in a broad range of areas, including economics, statistics, communications, math, accounting, and business. These courses provides students with the tools and background knowledge to progress to CORE.
Year 2: CORE
The CORE is a rigorous, focused year of study where students register with a common class cohort in nine required business courses, representing the major functional disciplines. CORE provides students with a broad understanding of the financial, marketing, operational and human realities of business.
Years 3 & 4: Interest Driven Learning
In the third and fourth years, students complete the required portion of the program, and choose business and non-business electives according to their areas of interest. Students may choose to major in: 1) Accounting, 2) Business Technology Management, 3) Employment Relations, 4) Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 5) Finance or 6) Marketing. (Majors are also available in non-business areas: English, French, German and Spanish.)
- BUSI 1013 Financial Accounting 1
- BUSI 1703 Introduction to Business
- BUSI 2803 Business Technology Management
- BUSI 2013 Management Accounting
- BUSI 2223 Fundamentals of Finance 1
- BUSI 2233 Fundamentals of Finance 2
- BUSI 2423 Marketing Principles
- BUSI 2433 Marketing Strategy
Students select 15 hours of business electives
Students select 30 hours of non-business electives