The General Business concentration is intended for those students wishing to take course work in several functional areas of business. To this end, the student must choose course work in a minimum of three different functional areas of business administration and computer information systems. The resulting broad overview of business should enable graduates to gain entry into a variety of lower-level management positions in a broad range of businesses.
Students will learn the major principles of business with a focus on the organization, strategy, operations, and impact of a business. Students will learn to employ creative thought in the areas of management, marketing, operations, accounting and finance.
The General Business Concentration requires 24 units of prerequisites for the Business Administration major, 26 units for the Business Administration Core Requirements, and 15 units chosen from the concentrations in the College of Business.
Learn more about the educational requirements by visiting the University Catalog.
MGT 3310 – Management Theory and Practice
An introduction to the concepts, issues, and practices of contemporary management and introduction to behavioral theories, research and practices.