The general business major provides the flexibility for students to choose business courses that suit their particular needs.
Students can do this by supplementing the foundation courses with elective courses from several disciplines or extend and deepen career preparation with more advanced work in a particular area of administration or analysis. By making rational use of general electives and distribution requirements, student may design programs to achieve their career goals. Students pursuing a General Business concentration may also choose a track in Pre-Law.
General Business Major Requirements - 18 Credits
Select any six 300-400 level business courses outside of the BBA Core.
General Business Major with Pre-Law Concentration - 18 Credits
LE 453 - Commercial Transactions
Selections can be made from any 300-400 level business courses, except those required in another area of the degree. Each of the three classes must be a different subject.
CRJ 302 - Theory of Law
CRJ 316 - The American Judicial Process
CRJ 335 - Philosophy of Law
CRJ 362 - Women, Politics, and the Law
CRJ 382 - Social Psychology
CRJ 413 - American Constitutional Law
CRJ 414 - Civil Rights and Liberties
CRJ 445 - Contemporary Ethical Theory
CRJ 453 - Sociology of Law
ECON 433 - Antitrust & Regulation
ENST 445 - Environmental Law
HPS 456 - Health Care and the Law
PHIL 312 - Environmental Ethics
POL 415 - Problems in Constitutional Law