Business Administration B.B.A. (46-47 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 organizations —private or public, for-profit or not-for-profit, corporate or entrepreneurial.

Departmental Credits (36 credits):

6 credits in economics:

Credits
ECO 166Introduction to Macroeconomics

3

ECO 167Introduction to Microeconomics

3

6 credits in accounting:

Credits
ACC 171Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC 272Principles of Accounting II

3

6 credits in quantitative methods for business:

Credits
BBA 303Business Statistics I

3

BBA 403Intermediate Business Statistics II

3

9 credits in management:

Credits
BBA 204Principles of Management

3

BBA 405Management Decision Making

3

BBA 407Strategic Management

3

9 credits in one area of concentration:

Finance:

Credits
BBA 207Principles of Finance

3

BBA 308Corporation Finance

3

BBA 310Security and Investment Analysis

3

Marketing:

Credits
BBA 332Marketing Management

3

BBA 367Consumer Behavior

3

BBA 467Marketing Research

3

Accounting:

Credits
ACC 334Intermediate Accounting I

3

ACC 335Intermediate Accounting II

3

ACC 348Computer-Based Accounting

3

Human Resource Management:

Credits
BBA 327Organizational Behavior and Development

3

BBA 328Human Resource Management

3

BBA 329Union-Employer Relations

3

Business Law:

Credits
BBA 336Business Law I

3

BBA 337Business Law II

3

BBA 339Commercial Transactions

3

International Business:

Credits
ECO 324International Economics

3

BBA 432International Business Management

3

BBA 433Global Marketing

3

Business Economics:

Credits
ECO 305Consumer Economics

3

ECO 326Labor Economics

3

ECO 431Managerial Economics

3

E-Business:

Credits
BBA 333E-Business

3

BBA 340Internet Law

3

BBA 433Global Marketing

3

Hospitality Management:

Credits
BBA 345Introduction to Hospitality Management

3

BBA 346Strategic Hospitality Management

3

BBA 347Hospitality Management Fieldwork

3

Students who wish to elect a second concentration should consult with a Departmental advisor.

Credits in Other Departments (10-11 credits):

3 credits in ethical and legal responsibilities:

Credits
PHI 330Business Ethics

3

3 credits in business writing:

Credits
ENW 300Business Writing

3

4-5 credits in mathematics:

Credits
MAT 132Introduction to Statistics

4

Or

MAT 171Problem Solving for Management, Economics, and Life Sciences

4

Or

MAT 172Precalculus

4

Or

MAT 174Elements of Calculus

4

Or

MAT 175Calculus I

4

NOTE: All students are admitted to this major on a provisional basis.  The BBA major is designed to help students prepare for professional business careers, including professional certification in various aspects of business. To enroll in/or maintain matriculation in the Bachelor of Business Administration major, students must attain a minimum cumulative index of 2.7 (B-) in the first four required Department courses completed at Lehman College that count toward the major. Only the first grades earned in each course are counted in computing the index. Students who fail to attain and maintain this minimum index will not be allowed to enter or continue in the B.B.A. major, but can enroll in the B.A. in Accounting major and minors in Management or Business Practice. Students will be advised on majors that will allow them to accomplish their career goals.