Earn a four-year business degree through problem-solving and interactive discussions and master concepts in human relations, organizational behavior, and operations management.

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The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration will help you master concepts in human relations, organizational behavior, and operations management to prepare you for a management role in a business or nonprofit organization.

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As a Business Administration major, you will practice applying quantitative techniques, computer skills and critical thinking to help solve crucial problems. The business school will also equip you with a broad range of general business knowledge in functional areas such as marketing, finance, and accounting. Coupled with an emphasis on Christian business ethics and classroom knowledge of the business environment, the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration will offer you opportunities for reality-based education through internships at regional and national companies.

By majoring in Business Administration, you will gain a flexible skillset offering many choices for career paths in business, management, finance, nonprofit organizations, and more. Your options include positions in account management, financial planning, nonprofit management, consulting, investment, real estate, retail, and more.

 

Some of our alumni pursue an advanced degree, including the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree offered by Gardner-Webb.

In addition to the University’s required general education and prerequisites, the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration includes 36 credit hours in Broyhill Undergraduate School of Management core business courses, as well as 21 hours of Business Administration coursework.

 

Additional information, including descriptions of specific courses and their corresponding credit hours, is available in the Academic Catalog.

The Broyhill School of Management offers a minor in Business Administration, which requires 18 credit hours of coursework. The minor includes required courses in accounting and economics, in addition to four courses in the business school. The University also offers an array of minor opportunities in other departments.

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