BBA | Bachelors in Business Administration

The primary undergraduate degree offered by the McLane College of Business is the Bachelor of Business Administration | BBA with a choice of a major in Accounting, Business Computer Information Systems (BCIS), Economics, Entrepreneurship & Small Business, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing, Multimedia Technology, or Supply Chain Management. Because the B.B.A. is a professional degree, it is the degree of choice for students who want to be recognized professionally as business school graduates. The B.B.A. best prepares students for graduate studies in business, international business, economics, organization management, leadership, and law. Students may also pursue a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Multimedia & Information Technology (MMIT).

Why should I choose a BBA business degree?

Those who learn to manage well and faithfully find themselves always in demand and well compensated.

What are some business courses I will take?

  • Negotiation
  • Non-profit Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Ethics
  • International Management

What are some career options with a BBA business degree?

Business majors have thrived in these careers:

  • Project manager
  • Human resource associate
  • Entrepreneur
  • Team leader
  • Operations manager

Who is hiring UMHB students with a degree in business?

UMHB BBA business majors have found success in many different fields:

  • McLane Company
  • PDI
  • Enterprise
  • CGI Group
  • Baylor Scott and White
  • HEB

Where can I go to grad school to get a MBA | Master in business Administration?

UMHB BBA business majors have continued their education at these schools:

  • UMHB | University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
  • Baylor University

Why study BBA | Bachelors of Business Administration at UMHB?

UMHB business administration students have the opportunity to become global business leaders through personalized learning, study abroad experiences, and to participate in competitive environments at collegiate conferences.

Related Business Degrees | Business Majors

Accreditation Mclane college of business

The programs of the McLane College of Business are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs*.

With the exception of several newly introduced programs: the undergraduate programs in Entrepreneurship & Small Business and Supply Chain Management, and the Master of Science in Accounting and Master of Science in Management. Any graduates from these programs prior to eligibility will be grandfathered in graduating from the accredited program when the process is complete.