Bachelor of Business Administration Management

Students pursuing a Management major for a BBA at Northern’s School of Business develop competency in applying technology to business strategy and management decision-making through case studies, team projects, Internet use, as well as computer applications and systems integration.

The Management major covers the breadth of business-related disciplines.  It does not provide specific specialization but rather exposes the student to various business functions. This major is ideally suited to the new or transfer upper-division business student or for the student interested in concurrently pursuing a non-business area of study.

In addition to satisfying the Requirements for Admission, and completing the Business Core Courses, a Management major must also complete the following 6 required Major Courses:

  • BA 353 Operations Management
  • BA 354 E-Commerce or BA 361 Advanced MIS
  • BA 360 Human Resource Management
  • BA 411 Corporate Finance
  • BA 432 Strategic Management
  • BA 462 International Business and Management

A Management major must also complete a minimum of 21 hours of electives from any NNMC department with at least 6 hours taken at the upper division level (300 level or higher).

See the Business Administration webpage under Graduation Requirements for details on the standards and general requirements for graduation.

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