Bachelor of Business Administration Degrees
The first phase of the Mays Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program provides business students with a background in basic academic areas - the humanities, mathematics, the natural, social, and behavioral sciences, and speech and composition. Students simultaneously pursue introductory course work in accounting, economics, information systems, finance, management, marketing, and the legal aspects of business. After successfully completing the first phase of the degree program, students begin focusing on their major field of study and a full range of business courses.
This combination of a broad educational foundation and specialized study uniquely qualify Mays graduates to deal with the rapidly changing and diverse business environment and global economy.
Mays currently offers BBAs in the following fields of study:
- Business Honors
- Management Information Systems (MIS)
- Supply Chain Management
You can obtain information about a major, including any specialized tracks within it, by clicking on its link above. Each description concludes with a curriculum listing that indicates the basic academic and business courses required during the first two years, and the specialized business courses required during the junior and senior years.
Every effort has been made to ensure that online curricula are complete and accurate. However, changes and/or discrepancies may occur. In all cases, students are encouraged to use the Undergraduate Catalog and hold regular meetings with an academic advisor for guidance in undergraduate business curricula.
Bachelor of Science degree option
In addition to the BBA degrees listed above, Mays also offers a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Agribusiness. The Agribusiness Common Body of Knowledge shows the required upper-level courses for this major.