Business Administration studies the activities associated with running a business, particularly with managing people. Business Administration (BBA) degree students learn how to be effective and purpose-driven leaders. They understand how to deal with complex relationships among people working closely together to promote business success. Business Administration majors learn to become adept at interpersonal communication, problem solving, conflict management and team building.
Why Study Business Administration at Campbell University?
- Acquire a solid foundation of the theory, concepts, and application of management, particularly human resource management
- Learn how to solve problems systematically and communicate solutions clearly
- Become distinctively qualified in an array of jobs in the public and private sectors
What Jobs Are Available to Business Administration Majors?
A Business Administration degree prepares students for a variety of jobs requiring organizational and human interaction skills, including:
- Human resource manager
- Retail manager
- Church administrator
- Loan counselor
- Meeting, event, and convention planner
- Purchasing manager – buyer, agent
- Department of Defense uniformed services
What Classes Do Business Administration Majors Take?View Business Administration Major Classes
Can a Student Minor in Business Administration?
Students can choose to minor in Business Administration. Minoring in Business Administration is feasible because many of Campbell’s degrees require a number of open electives. Students can minor in Business Administration by taking:
- ACCT 215: Financial Accounting
- BADM 221: Business Law I or BADM 222: Business Law II
- BADM 313: Principles of Marketing
- BADM 314: Corporate Finance
- BADM 331: Principles of Management
- ECON 201: Principles of Microeconomics or ECON 202: Macroeconomics