The undergraduate curriculum in business administration reflects the increasingly complex economic, social and technological aspects of modern business decision-making. Course work emphasizes the development of effective decision making, an understanding of person values and motivation, and the awareness of the interrelationship between business and society.
Learning Objectives and Goals
Business administration students complete the business core learning goals and objectives.
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Requirements include pre-business core and pro-school core reflected in the core curriculum link above, plus OSU baccalaureate core, completion of 60 or more upper division credits and completion of at least 180 total college credits.
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Business Administration Courses
Program Electives (49)
Students will be given elective credits to enable you to achieve a degree of specialization and depth to match their interests.