The business administration curriculum focuses on preparing you to become an ethical and just business leader in a global society. You’ll learn foundational business and management skills that you can adapt to create your own success in business.
Rigorous Curriculum & Degree Requirements
Mount Mary University offers a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree, as well as a post-baccalaureate certificate in business administration.
The business administration degree requires a minimum of 62 credits in business courses. You also must complete the university’s core curriculum requirements listed in the Curriculum Guides under Business Administration.
Complete degree requirements and a listing of courses are available in the Undergraduate Bulletin.
Some academic programs require a GPA higher than is required for general admission to Mount Mary University. Contact your admission counselor for more information.
Courses Taught by Experts
Instructors who are experts in their field teach all accounting courses. Courses cover topics such as accounting, microeconomics, macroeconomics, principles of marketing, finance, management, statistics, business law and business ethics.
Courses offer opportunities for you to develop communication, presentation and group interaction skills, along with ethical business practices.
Business Administration Minor Requirements
The business administration minor provides core business knowledge to non-business majors. This minor requires a minimum of 19 credits and can be earned in the traditional daytime or accelerated formats. Consult the Curriculum Guides for more details on requirements and courses for this minor.
Entrepreneurship Minor Requirements
The entrepreneurship minor is designed for non-business majors who wish to learn how to start a business in their chosen field. The minor requires a minimum of 21 credits. Consult the Curriculum Guides for more details on requirements and courses for this minor.
Business Administration Certificate Program Requirements
A post-baccalaureate certificate in business administration is available to women who already hold an undergraduate degree, but seek further training. See more details on the business administration certificate requirements.
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