About Business Administration
The Rutgers Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (B.B.A.) program delivers a cutting-edge curriculum taught by exceptional faculty in a group format. The B.B.A. is designed so that transfer students holding an A.A. or A.S. degree from an accredited community college will complete the program in three years by taking classes in the fall and spring semesters, and one course each in two summer semesters. All coursework for the B.B.A. will be conveniently offered at the community college campuses where the associate degree was obtained.
Business Administration positions can involve the management or administration of people, projects, operations, or logistics. Individuals can train or specialize in a functional area such as accounting, marketing, finance, or human resources. Business Administration graduates perform a broad range of duties in virtually every sector of the economy including Banking, Finance, Healthcare, Advertising, Education, Manufacturing, and Business Services.
- Management Accounting
- Principles of Finance
- The Management of Multinational Business
- Business Policy Strategy
- Operations Management
- Management Science
- Collegiate DECA
- Business Leader Development Program (BLDP)