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  • Course description
    Our 41-credit-hour Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program offers students a practical approach to meeting the challenges of the contemporary workplace.

    General Education Course Requirements


    The general education course requirements are listed below:

    Arts & Humanities   18 credits
    (with no more than six semester credits counted from any one discipline)

    Social Sciences   6 credits

    Sciences   6 credits

    Math*   3 credits

    Computer Science*   3 credits

    Written English*   3 credits

    Total   39 credits

    *Satisfied in the BBA core program

    Business Course Descriptions

    Based on reasonable projections of faculty availability and appropriate curriculum considerations, the following courses can change as deemed necessary by Baker University to fulfill its role and mission. Approximately 18 months are required to fulfill the core program requirements. Courses must be completed in the order recommended by the University.

    BBA 342 – Introduction to Management Concepts

    This course is an introductory course for adult students pursuing an undergraduate degree. Topics include program planning, group interaction, written and oral communication skills, time management, personality inventory, and other items. A degree completion plan must be finalized prior to enrollment in any other course work. (2 credits)

    BBA 351 – Management and Leadership

    This course is a study of management and leadership techniques and their applications for improving organizational effectiveness. Students are involved in the study of general principles of management as well as their application through projects and case studies. (3 credits)

    BBA 446 – Project Planning for Managers

    In this course, students are provided with the laptop computer to be used throughout the program. This course introduces the concepts and procedures that are essential in project-centered organizations. Techniques are presented for team development and conflict resolution, and students use industry-leading software to enhance the project management process, including task assignment, project control, scheduling, and budgeting. (3 credits)

    BBA 373 – Accounting for Business

    This course goes beyond the mechanics of financial accounting to provide a more advanced understanding of accounting practices. It incorporates financial and managerial accounting concepts, including statements of cash flows, internal controls, budgeting for planning and control, cost accounting systems, and break-even analysis. (3 credits)

    BBA 482 – Principles of Marketing

    Principles of Marketing examines the nature of marketing and how it identifies and satisfies consumer needs. Learn about strategic marketing processes in an organization, the environmental factors that affect marketing, how consumers reach buying decisions, marketing research methodology, and the marketing mix elements: product, price, place and promotion. (3 credits)

    BBA 484 – Finance, Capital, and Management

    This course develops the basic financial skills used in decision making within the business organization for long-term financing, capital budgeting, working capital management, and related areas. (4 credits)

    BBA 310 – Prior Learning and Writing Development

    This course is designed to assist students in completing a Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio while improving writing skills. It introduces students to Kolb’s Model and aids them in identifying and evaluating their individual learning experiences and outcomes. The course also includes a life learning self-assessment. (Satisfies written English requirement) (3 credits)

    BBA 311 – Technology in the Workplace

    This course presents the many forms of information systems that provide data to contemporary organizations, including databases, the Internet, and decision support systems. The course reviews system design, infrastructure, security, and electronic commerce. (Satisfies computer science requirement) (3 credits)

    BBA 382 – Principles of Economics

    This course presents the basic principles and concepts of economics including cost, supply and demand, elasticity, costs and benefits, GDP, inflation, fiscal and monetary policy, and international trade. These principles are studied with emphasis on how they influence business decisions. (4 credits)

    BBA 353 – Organizational Structure and Behavior

    This course studies organizational theory and its applications. Theories of organizational structure, organizational behavior, and the interaction between the two are studied and applied. (3 credits)

    BBA 371 – Data Development and Analysis

    This course is a study of research methodology including problem statement, research design, data collection, hypothesis statements, and policy conclusions. The course includes descriptive statistics, probability distributions, hypothesis testing, regression, and correlation analysis. (Satisfies math requirement) (4 credits)

    BBA 352 – Business Law and Government Regulation

    This course examines the formation and application of common law, the Uniform Commercial Code, and administrative agency law in relation to the business organization. (3 credits)

    BBA 455 – Business Policy Analysis

    This course examines contemporary policy issues facing the business professional and integrates the various disciplines encountered in the program. Emphasis is on the development of the ability to evaluate alternatives and construct an effective policy statement. This must be the last course completed in the BBA degree program. (3 credits)

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