Get the broadest possible perspective on business with the mix-and-match style of our business administration major.
You can align your degree with your personal interests. You can build your own curriculum from each of the six departments in the Miller College of Business. For example, if you like marketing and finance but can’t handle the time commitment for two majors, get a mix of both with a customized degree in business administration.
Open up a channel for your learning by choosing classes from managing financial resources, understanding the marketplace, and organizational processes. And then really fly as you discover the wide-open frontier of business management opportunities—from small, entrepreneurial operations to multinational corporations.
Courses You Will Take
The business administration undergraduate major consists of at least 120 credits divided into four groups of courses:
- the University Core Curriculum
- a set of 14 undergraduate business foundation courses: 42 credit hours
- specialized business administration course work, including 9 credit hours focusing on managing financial resources, 9 hours focusing on understanding the marketplace, and 9 hours focusing on organizational processes: 27 credits
- general electives to round out your degree
You can find more information about program requirements in the Ball State University Undergraduate Catalog.
See a sample schedule.
Online Business Administration Degree Completion Program
If you are looking for the flexibility of an all-online option, our bachelor’s in business administration online degree completion program was developed just for you.
You may already have some college credits or perhaps an associate degree. We will help you develop a customized plan of study to meet your educational goals and that fits around work, family, and other obligations.