From the Program Director, Jane Cleland
- a minor that lets students focus on a liberal arts major while developing the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in a range of careers.
- a selection of four out of six fundamental business-related courses that provide a solid foundation in the field.
- an opportunity for freshmen and sophomores to sample BALA courses and explore career options before declaring a minor.
- a flexible program for more advanced students to test their creative career plans, explore business opportunities, and apply business principles through:
- a dedicated program counselor and one-on-one advisement
- workshops, internships, and seminars
- an individualized capstone project
- development of personalized business and strategic plans
WHO CAN APPLY?
Students enrolled in or planning to enroll in the following majors: African and African American Studies, American Studies, Anthropology, Art and Art History, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Comparative Literature, Economics, English Languages and Literatures, Geography, Geology, History, Italian American Studies, Mass Communication, Multimedia Journalism, Latin American and Puerto Rican Studies, Linguistics, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Theater and Dance. Students in the Adult Degree Program are also encouraged to apply.
WHAT ARE THE CORE COURSES TO CHOOSE FROM?
Introduction to Accounting for Non-Accounting Majors, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Principles of Management, Business Ethics, Communications in Business and Industry. After completion of four core courses, students wishing to go on can select either: HUM 470 (Humanities Internship) or NSS 470 (Science Internship). See the Undergraduate Bulletin or download the program brochure for more information.
Note: Core course substitutions are permissible, and approved by the Director on a case-by-case basis.
HOW DO I APPLY? Complete the online application, or download the application and return it to Shuster Hall, Room 177, or Shuster Hall, Room 310. You may also pick up an application at Shuster Hall, Room 177.
Last modified: Dec 5, 2013