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Our bachelor’s degree in business administration offers a broad perspective on business, a welcoming academic community, and real world-ready preparation for your career. Build your custom curriculum from courses in any of our six departments in the Miller College of Business to fit your strengths and interests.

This major will provide a high return on investment and prepare you for a rewarding business career in finance, management, or marketing. It’s also the foundation for a master’s in business administration (MBA). As a graduate of our program, you will be fully equipped to succeed in a wide range of business management opportunities, from startups to multinational corporations.

Major Requirements

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Online Option

If you’re looking for the flexibility of an all-online option, our online program was developed just for you. You may already have some college credits or perhaps an associate degree. We will help you develop a customized plan of study to meet your educational goals that fits around work, family, and other obligations. Learn more.

A bachelor's degree in business administration blends the University Core Curriculum with courses in business foundations, specialized business administration (including classes on managing financial resources, understanding the marketplace, and organizational processes), and general electives to round out your degree.


Total: 120

  • University Core Curriculum
  • 42 credits of business foundation courses
  • 27 hours of business administration courses
  • general electives


A few of the classes you will take include:

  • Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Project Management
  • Labor Economics
  • Global Finance
  • Employment Law

For a complete list of all courses and their descriptions, please see our Course Catalog.

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What Can You Do with a Degree in Business Administration?

As a graduate of our program, you will have access to a wide range of careers across economic sectors in banking, financial services, sales, accounting, advertising, and customer service. Our graduates commonly become:

  • stockbrokers
  • analysts
  • advertising executives
  • international trade specialists
  • hotel administrators
  • professional sports franchise managers
  • retail and manufacturing business owners
  • management trainees
  • administrative services managers
  • bank vice presidents

Paying for Your Education

College Scholarships

About four of every five students receive some kind of merit- or need-based assistance with their tuition and fees. On top of the dozens of options our university offers its students, Miller College of Business gives several awards every year to its own students. Learn more.

Ready to Apply?

Are you interested in our program? The first step is applying for admission to the University.

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Want to Learn More?

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