Why Choose Business Administration?
Building on a core of business courses, the program features a sequence of major courses and also provides the flexibility to specialize in an area of interest or obtain a minor through careful selection of directed electives and free electives. Some of these options are listed below:Plan A: Business Administration with Human Resources Minor
Plan B: Business Administration with International Business Minor
Plan C: Business Administration with Operations & Supply Management Minor
Plan D: Business Administration with Small Business & Entrepreneurship Minor
The specialized areas include such fields as international business, finance and real estate. Minors may be obtained in many areas, including accounting, applied statistics, computer information systems, communications, computer science, finance and human resources or a host of options that may be viewed at http://catalog.ferris.edu/degree/MIN/
You will study under highly qualified faculty members who have combined their academic credentials with extensive work experi-ence. You also may supplement classroom instruction with the chance to earn University credit while gaining work experience through an internship program.
This program is also available as an evening business program. Courses are offered on a rotation basis for working adults.
Get a Great Job
When combined with a specialized minor, the Business Administration major provides an avenue for immediate employment and career advancement.
Employers seek graduates for positions ranging from business manager and sales representative to production supervisor and project planner. Graduates of the program with specialized minors obtain positions in manufacturing, retailing, construction, financial institutions, government and a host of other fields. Students also find this major to be of value in preparation for graduate or law school.
Applicants must present evidence of graduation from high school or the GED. To enter a Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) Program in Business, applicants are expected to meet two of the following: a minimum high school grade point average of 2.50 (on a 4.00 scale); ACT math score of 19 or higher; an ACT reading score of 19 or higher.
The Business Administration program at Ferris leads to a bachelor of science degree in business. Graduation requires a minimum 2.0 GPA overall.
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