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General Business BBA Program and Courses
The General Business major is intended for adult students who are already established in their careers and are returning to school to complete a BBA degree. With the guidance of a Lubin academic adviser, students develop a 12-credit career concentration in one of the approved business areas (Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, Law, Management, Marketing), or in an interdisciplinary* area, which may include related course work from outside the business school. All students are also required to complete one course in an international business subject, which can be in the same discipline as the concentration or another business area. The following University Core and Business Core courses may not be applied toward the concentration: ACC 203-204, CIS 101, ECO 105-106, FIN 260, LAW 101, MAR 250, MGT 250, MGT 355, MGT 490. Students are required to meet with an academic adviser in the Lubin Office of Undergraduate Academic Advisement, either prior to enrolling in the General Business major, or during their first semester of study.
University Core (60)
MAT 104, ECO 105 and 106 are required as part of the University Core. MAT 111 is required for student selecting a concentration in Finance.
Business Core (30-33)**
Major Requirements (15 credits)
One International course in a Business Discipline (3)
Career Concentration (12)
Free electives (20-23 credits**)
TOTAL CREDITS: 128
*Requirements will vary, depending upon areas selected for interdisciplinary concentration.
** BUS 150 Contemporary Business Practice is waived for students who receive 45 credits or more toward the BBA degree for courses completed at other colleges or universities, through successful performance on recognized college-level examinations such as CLEP, and the experiential learning assessment process. General Business majors who are not required to take BUS 150 will take an additional three credits of Free Electives.