So, how does this all work? There are three components to the BBA program. First, is a series of general education courses required of all students at Marymount University -- “The Liberal Arts Core (LAC).” These non-business courses offer students the breadth of knowledge and skills needed to succeed in today’s complex global, business environment.
Second, is “The BBA Core" (see below). That is, all BBA students take courses in accounting, business law, economics, finance, international business, management, management science, and marketing. These courses create the foundation upon which students build their business expertise.
Third, typically beginning in the junior year, students begin their “deep dive” into an area of specialization. We call these areas of specialization, “The Minor.” The Minor is a means of creating a highly customized program to meet students’ interests and provide them with the credentials and skills that employers in the “What’s Next Economy” expect. The SBT has minors in all the traditional areas of business (i.e., Economics, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource and Talent Management, International Business, Marketing, and Sport Management). And if you’re interested in focusing more deeply in the field of Accounting, see this link to the new B.S. in Accounting program. Additionally, as an alternative means of customizing their program, students may opt to pursue their BBA minor in an Information Technology related field. See the listing of all BBA Minor Options.
To fulfill the requirements of the major, all students in this program will take the following BBA Core coursework in a sequence determined in collaboration with a faculty advisor as well as a Business or IT related Minor. All students also must fulfill Liberal Arts Core and University requirements, and some of the following courses may also satisfy those requirements.
See Minor options for BBA students
- ACT 201 Principles of Accounting I
- ACT 202 Principles of Accounting II
- ACT 202L Principles of Accounting II Lab
- DATA 300 Advanced Business Statistics
- ECO 210 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO 211 Principles of Macroeconomics
- FIN 301 Financial Management
- IT 110 Information Technology in the Global Age
- LA 248 Business Law I
- LA 249 Business Law II
- MA 132 Statistical Analysis OR MA 218 Probability and Statisitics
- MGT 123 The Business Experience
- MGT 291 Business Communication
- MGT 304 Organizational Management
- MGT 337 Operations Management
- MGT 451 Strategic Management
- MGT 489 Senior Business Seminar
- MGT 490 Internship
- MKT 301 Principles of Marketing
- PH 305 Business Ethics