Business Administration studies the activities associated with running a business, particularly with managing people. Students learn how to be effective and purpose-driven leaders. They understand how to deal with complex relationships among people working closely together to promote business success. Business Administration majors learn to become adept at interpersonal communication, problem-solving, conflict management, and team building. They engage others with emotional intelligence and maturity.
The Bachelor of Business Administration program introduces students to a broad range of subjects, including:
- Philosophy of Business
- Business Law
- Critical Thinking
- Human Resource Management
For a complete overview of the program and requirements, please view our Business Administration Course Descriptions & Requirements summary sheet.