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Business Administration

Department Info

The curriculum of the Department of Business Administration has been planned for a flexible, comprehensive, and interdisciplinary study of those functional areas closely related to the needs of business. The curriculum also has been designed to develop a person who is knowledgeable, functionally capable, and has the breadth of exposure in various disciplines. She/he will be prepared for job mobility, advancement,increased responsibility and authority within the business environment. The curriculum also has been designed to satisfy the needs of those who may desire to enter a Master of Business Administra- tion program.

The department offers a bachelor’s degree with majors in Business Administration and Business Education and an Associate of Science degree in Business Administration with options in management, marketing, finance, and general business. A minor is offered in business administration, finance, manage- ment, and marketing. Requirements for the bachelor degrees are outlined in this section. Requirements for the associate degree are outlined in the section entitled “Associate Degree Programs.”

A grade of C or better is required for each course in the common Business Core and all courses in the school of business including buisness minors.

Faculty Contact

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    Smith, Kimberly
    Title: Assistant Professor of Business Administration /
    Department Chair of Business Administration
    Office: CH 201A
    Phone: 580.349.1446
    Email: Email Web Form