Bachelor of Business Administration B.B.A. (46 Credits)
The B.B.A. program equips students with the necessary managerial skills to function in today's rapidly changing business environment. The program, stressing the place of business organizations in the larger community, prepares its enrollees to meet this challenge by helping them develop appropriate technical, conceptual, and interpersonal competencies. The curriculum also emphasizes the role of non-profit and governmental organizations in societal life. As such, students majoring in this program are introduced to the art and science of planning, organizing, controlling, and leading the physical, financial, human, and informational resources of any and all organizationsprivate or public, for-profit or not-for-profit, corporate or entrepreneurial.
Departmental Credits (36):
Nine in one area of concentration:
E-Business: BBA 333, BBA 340, BBA 433
Students who wish to elect a second concentration should consult with a Departmental advisor.
Students concentrating in both Business Law and E-Business must take both BBA 339 and BBA 340.
Credits in Other Departments (10)
3 in Ethical and Legal Responsibilities: PHI 330
3 in Business Writing: ENW 300
4 in Business Computing: CIS 211
NOTE 1: A minor field is also required. This minor should be attained in a department outside the Department of Economics and Business.
NOTE 2: All students are admitted to this major on a provisional basis. To maintain matriculation, the enrollees must attain a minimum cumulative index of 2.7 (B-) in the first four B.B.A.-prefixed courses they will have taken at Lehman College at first trial. Students who fail to maintain this minimum index will be removed from the B.B.A. program. These students cannot switch to B.S. in Accounting; however, they may switch to B.A. in Economics or B.A. in Accounting. Students removed from B.B.A. program may also switch to and count previously taken BBC-prefixed courses toward a minor in Management, Business Practice, or Accounting.
Last modified: 9/16/2013