Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Approximately half of the students in the School of Business choose the four-year degree in Business Administration.
The business administration program at NSU allows the student to maximize flexibility in determining one’s academic curriculum. One may choose from a variety of upper-level electives to accentuate studies in economics, finance, marketing, management, or any combination of these areas.
The business administration curriculum is also ideal to prepare students for the rigors of law school. Several law school courses, such as Business Entities, Employment Law, Constitutional Law, and Anti-trust, focus on the employment and managerial decisions of businesses.
Within the Business Administration degree plan, students may choose a concentration of 21 hours of 3000-4000 upper-level Business electives in one of the following areas: Finance, Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, or International Business.
Students interested in careers in insurance, real estate, or financial institutions may select a concentration in Finance taking pre-licensing courses for a Property & Casualty insurance license (Finance 3130); Life, Health, and Accident insurance license (Finance 3320); Real Estate license (Finance 3150 and Finance 3160). These pre-licensing courses are available for all majors
All baccalaureate degree programs in the College of Business are accredited by the Association for Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business International.