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The Cooperative Engineering Education certificate may be earned by completing a minimum of three semesters of enrollment in EGR 393, which includes full-time employment in a position in industry that has been approved by the College. Visit Spartan Engineering / The Center website for more information.
Information Technology Specialization
Available to students with majors in the Colleges of Engineering, Communication Arts and Sciences, or Eli Broad College of Business students, the specialization is designed to provide students with a broad, multidisciplinary understanding of the role and basic mechanics of information technology in contemporary society. Students will develop core competencies in their primary area of study and will broaden their horizons as they interact with others from different academic backgrounds. Students completing the specialization will be well prepared for employment in technology-oriented environments and will understand the evolving impact of information technology on society. More information and an application for the specialization may be found here: Information Technology Minor
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The Specialization in Game Design and Development brings together students from Computer Science, Studio Art, Telecommunication and Information Studies and Media to learn the technology, the design fundamentals, the development, the history, the social impact and the business of digital games. More information can be found here: Minor in Game Design and Development .
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This specialization focuses on the role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in fostering economic, social, and environmental change in developing countries. Students in this program will gain a theoretical and practical background in the challenges and opportunities for deploying ICT infrastructure to enhance development. The program culminates in a field-based experience where students will implement an innovative ICT project in a developing country as part of an education abroad program, or will execute a project in a rural region or an underprivileged urban region of the United States. More information can be found here: Minor in Information and Communication Technology for Development
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The online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program delivers classes that parallel those offered on-campus—leading to the same respected degree and major in Business Administration. Accredited by AACSB, the most elite accreditation awarded to business schools, a BBA degree from MSU’s College of Business will prepare you to think, communicate, and collaborate ethically in today’s diverse, technology-driven, global business environment. Through courses taught by dedicated College of Business faculty, you will gain general knowledge of various aspects of the business world and will learn the universal functions of business, such as planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling, and budgeting —as well as how to organize these resources efficiently.
After learning each of these disciplines, you will then complete more advanced coursework from a variety of specialized areas including marketing, branding, business law, leadership, human resources, finance, and insurance.
Tailored to the unique needs of working adults, our online classes offer the flexibility to complete your degree while continuing to work full-time. You are also allowed to transfer up to 61 credit hours of applicable courses from accredited community colleges (or accredited four-year institutions) toward the 123 overall credit hours required for the program.*
*All junior/senior level business courses can be completed online at MSU
For a no-obligation evaluation, please send an unofficial transcript of all your college course work to our Online BBA Program Advisor
General education requirements.
All courses listed below are recommended courses offered online at MSU, but do not represent all available options.
Business Administration Major Requirements (Choose eight)
Total hours for online bba degree breakdown, transfer credit.
- Students may transfer up to 61 hours from an accredited community college.
- Transfer students must have an average GPA of 2.00 to be admitted.
- Upon admission to the university, the Registrar's Office will evaluate prior coursework to determine how it transfers to Mississippi State University.
Students must earn a grade of C or better in the following pre-business courses:
- ACC 2013 Principles of Financial Accounting
- ACC 2023 Principles of Managerial Accounting
- BL 2413 The Legal Environment of Business
- BQA 2113 Business Statistical Methods
- EC 2113 Principles of Macroeconomics
- EC 2123 Principles of Microeconomics
- TECH 1273 Computer Applications
Additional College of Business Graduation Requirements:
- Minimum 2.5 GPA in Major Courses Attempted
- Minimum 2.5 GPA in 3000/4000 Business Courses
- Minimum 32 Hours of 3000/4000 Business Courses Completed through MSU
- Maximum of 2 D’s in 3000/4000 Business and Major Courses
New admissions, readmissions.
All students must apply and be admitted to Mississippi State University. In addition, students must meet the program requirements to be admitted to the Online Bachelor of Business Administration program.
These steps must be taken in order to apply:
- If you are interested in the Online Bachelor of Business Administration program and wish to have your transcripts evaluated (prior to applying to the program), send transcript copies to the Online BBA Program Coordinator . Include with these transcripts a valid phone number and email address. Please be aware that you will be required to submit official transcripts from all previous institutions to the Office of Admissions & Scholarships once you apply for admission.
- After transcripts are reviewed, you will receive tentative information, concerning transfer courses and needed courses. This information will provide a map for graduation.
- If you have never attended MSU, please apply for admission
- If you have previously attended MSU, please apply for readmission
- Request transcripts from all previous institutions and have them sent to Mississippi State University. (Required for Admission) Transcripts and other documentation sent via U.S. Postal Service should be submitted to: Office of Admissions & Scholarships P.O. Box 6334 Mississippi State, MS 39762
- Request official ACT or SAT scores be sent to MSU.
Those students who do not meet the minimum GPA requirement, may still be granted university admission, as an undeclared admit.
- Wait for admissions confirmation from the Center for Distance Education.
If you have previously attended MSU, you will need to apply for Readmission . There is no fee for readmission applications.
- Once you are readmitted, if you are not a former Business Administration (BS) student, please contact your advisor so he or she may change your major and campus as well as advise you for the upcoming semester.
- Submit a separate official final transcript from each college or university attended; faxed transcripts will not be accepted. An applicant may not ignore previous college attendance and must list all colleges attended on the application for admission. You must be in good standing at the last college or university attended.
- If you are unable to submit official transcripts and other documentation electronically, you may send them via U.S. Postal Service to: Office of Admissions & Scholarships P.O. Box 6334 Mississippi State, MS 39762
College of Business Required Courses
ACC 2013 Principles of Financial Accounting Three hours lecture. Financial accounting fundamentals including accounting cycle, accounting systems, cash flow, assets, liabilities, equity, and forms of business organizations.
ACC 2023 Principles of Managerial Accounting ( Prerequisite: ACC 2013 ) Three hours lecture. Managerial accounting fundamentals including interpretation and use of management reports, cost behavior, cost accumulation, budgeting, financial statement analysis, responsibility organizations.
EC 2113 Principles of Macroeconomics ( Prerequisite: Sophomore standing ) Three hours lecture. Introduction to macroeconomics: free enterprise principles, policies, institutions; national income, employment, output, inflation, money, credit, business cycles, and government finances.
EC 2123 Principles of Microeconomics ( Prerequisite: Sophomore standing ) Three hours lecture. Introduction to microeconomics: emphasizes American industrial structure, demand and supply, pricing and output, income distribution, factor pricing, international trade.
BL 2413 Legal Environment of Business Three hours lecture. Environmental study of legal influences, concepts, institutions, emphasizing social forces shaping business law. Introduces business students to interrelationships of law and society, jurisprudence and business.
BQA 2113 Business Statistical Methods I ( Prerequisite: MA 1613 or MA 1713 and BIS 1012 or equivalent ) Three hours lecture. Methods of describing numerical data; probability in business decisions; random variables; sampling distributions; introduction to estimation and hypothesis testing; computer statistical
BQA 3123 Business Statistical Methods II ( Prerequisite: BQA 2113 or equivalent ) Three hours lecture. Reviewing estimation and hypothesis testing; correlation and regression; chi-square tests; analysis of variance; non-parametric concepts; index numbers; time series analysis; computer statistical packages applied.
MKT 3013 Principles of Marketing ( Prerequisite: Junior standing ) Three hours lecture. A general survey of the functions, processes, institutions and costs in distribution of goods and services from producers to users.
MGT 3213 Organizational Communications ( Prerequisites: EN 1113 and junior standing ) Three hours lecture. Application of communication principles through preparation of effective documents and presentations. Includes study and application of team communication, multicultural communication, technology usage, and ethical considerations.
MGT 3113 Principles of Management ( Prerequisites: junior standing ) Three hours lecture. Management principles for all organizations including planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.
BIS 3233 Management Information Systems Three hours lecture. A survey of the components, functions, and processes of Information Systems as they relate to managing modern organization for increased efficiency and competitiveness.
MKT 3323 International Logistics Three hours lecture. Understanding and applying logistics concepts in a global context. Includes analysis of logistics tradeoffs and integration with other business functions. Must be of junior standing or higher.
FIN 3123 Financial Management ( Prerequisites: EC 2123, ACC 2013, and BQA 2113 ) Three hours lecture. Study of objectives, tools, methods, and problems of financial management; financial analysis, planning, control, sources/uses of funds, capital budgeting decisions and working capital.
BUS 4853 Strategic Management ( Prerequisite: Graduating senior and BIS 3233 and FIN 3123 and MGT 3114 and MKT 3013 ) Three hours lecture. Administrative process under conditions of uncertainty. Emphasis in integrating knowledge acquired in the functional areas of business administration in formulating administrative policies.
Business Administration Major Required Courses (Choose Eight)
MGT 3513 Intro to Human Resources ( Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor ) Three hours lecture. Development of efficient programs for managing human resources. Emphasizes equal employment opportunity, performance evaluation, selection, placement, education, training, safety and health.
MKT 4423 Strategic Brand Management ( Prerequisite: MKT 3013 ) Three hours lecture. This course explores the concepts of brands, brand equity, and strategic brand management, providing practical insights for building brands and enhancing profitability of existing brands.
BL 4243 Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship ( Prerequisite: BL 2413, MGT 3323, or consent of instructor ) Three hours lecture. Business creation including legal aspects from permits and taxes to structure and sale with emphasis on Mississippi Law.
BL 4333 Real Estate Law ( Prerequisite: Graduating senior and BIS 3233 and FIN 3123 and MGT 3114 and MKT 3013 ) Three hours lecture. Administrative process under conditions of uncertainty. Emphasis in integrating knowledge acquired in the functional areas of business administration in formulating administrative policies
FIN 3113 Financial Systems (Prerequisites: EC 2113, EC 2123, or AEC 2713 ) . Three hours lecture. Study of interest rates, basic security valuation, money and capital markets.
INS 3103 Principles of Insurance ( Prerequisite: Junior standing ) Three hours lecture. A study of the principles and concepts of insurance plus a survey of personal coverages such as Homeowners, Automobile, Life and Health insurance.
INS 3203 Property & Casualty Insurance Three hours lecture. A study of the major issues in property and casualty insurance including property and liability coverages, company operations, rate making, and international concepts.
INS 3303 Life Insurance Three hours lecture. The nature and function of life insurance; policy forms and provisions; reserves; company organization; legal aspects; taxation and practical application.
INS 3503 Employee Benefits Three hours lecture. A comprehensive study of employee benefit plans available to employers, including the principles and concepts necessary to design and implement successful employee benefit programs.
After gaining admission to the university, you must contact your assigned advisor to determine the courses most appropriate to take. Before the upcoming semester, your advisor will send an email to your MSU email account, making course recommendations based on your program of study.
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Business Administration Minor
Non-business students pursuing a minor.
Non-Business students may broaden their education as well as expand their competitiveness in the job market with a minor in Business Administration.
Non-Business students should follow these steps:
- Twelve (12) hours must be taken at the MSU main campus in Starkville or via MSU’s online course delivery module.
- Only one D is accepted in the minor courses.
- Follow the course requirements and pre-requisites. No course substitutions are allowed.
- COB enforces pre-requisites due to its prestigious AACSB accreditation. Consider pre-requisites when choosing a minor course.
- In order to ensure recognition for a minor, include the minor on the application for your degree. The minor and major must be declared simultaneously.
- The minor will be recorded on the transcript, but does not appear on the diploma.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR MINOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – 21 Credit Hours
Prepare for entrance into the world of business and/or the MBA program. Students will become familiar with basic concepts and techniques necessary for analyzing business environments, making sound business decisions, and planning one’s career.
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*Indicates Pre-requisites for the MBA program
If you are interested in pursuing the Business Administration minor online , please contact, Mr. Chris Pilgrim, [email protected] .
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Interested in an agribusiness management degree?
Agribusiness management is the application of business skills in areas such as marketing, finance, economics and management in the agricultural industry. This agribusiness major gives students the flexibility to expand on the core areas of study by choosing courses related to their individual interests in farm management, commodity procurement and marketing, labor and personnel management, public policy and global food issues. Our students learn about the managerial functions performed by organizations throughout the agribusiness sector and gain a systemwide perspective on managerial problems.
More agribusiness careers are available than there are qualified people to fill them! The careers upon which our program focuses — managers, financial specialists and marketing/sales representatives — are the most in need.
Alumni work at:
- AgReliant Genetics
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- Michigan Agricultural Commodities
- Michigan Farm Bureau
- Wilbur Ellis Company
- Williams & Associates
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- Agronomy sales representative
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College of Business Admission Requirements
(Not Applicable to majors in the Department of Technology and Construction Management or Department of Fashion Merchandising and Design)
Admission to the University is separate from admission to the College of Business. However, all students who plan to apply for admission to the College of Business should declare a major in one of the six academic departments of the College upon admission to the university and seek enrollment advice through the Business Advisement Center, Glass 276.
Students in good standing at Missouri State are eligible to be considered for admission to a specific degree program in the College of Business upon the completion of at least 54 credit hours including at least ten of the following preparation courses. As many as two of the twelve courses may be completed during the semester of admission, but students should make every effort to complete all of them prior to admission.
GEP 101 would need to be included in addition to the courses noted above.
Students in good standing are eligible to be considered for admission to a specific degree program in the College of Business upon the completion of at least 54 hours including at least ten of the COB admission courses. Up to two of the twelve courses listed may be completed during the semester of admission; however, students should make every effort to complete all of the preparation courses prior to admission. Admission decisions will be determined by applicants’ combined (Missouri State plus transfer) grade point averages. All applicants whose combined grade point average is 2.50 or higher will be admitted.
Special Procedural Information
Students are expected to gain admission to the College by that semester in which they have earned a total of 60 semester hours of college credit (including transfer credit). Students who do not gain admission as expected are subject to being dropped as business majors and will not be permitted to register for the following semester without special permission. Students should contact the College of Business Advisement Center regarding the granting of special permission to register.
Business majors cannot be enrolled in upper-division business courses until their degree program has been finalized. Business majors who have enrolled in upper-division business courses without having met all admission requirements may be dropped from those courses.
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Accounting is the practice of and knowledge about methods for recording transactions, keeping financial records and performing internal audits. It can also include reporting and analyzing financial information, reporting those findings to management and advising on taxation matters.
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Business Administration, BBA
Business Administration is a major for students who wish to pursue a general business career but do not wish to select a specific business area. The student will leave the program equipped with managerial, communication, and decision‐making skills.
The Bachelor of Science in Commerce integrates solid business knowledge across multiple business disciplines. With the help of an advisor, students choose business electives to meet specialized career goals. This major is ideal for students who have a career and need a degree for advancement in the work place. Due to the specialized nature of this program, currently enrolled students are required to meet with a Jones College advisor before this major can be declared.
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Economics studies how society allocates scare resources. It is comprised of two parts: microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics studies individual firms and consumers and models the decisions they make in various types of markets and other institutional settings. Macroeconomics examines national income, growth, unemployment, and prices that result from the interaction of microeconomic agents.
The Bachelor of Science in Economics is a degree awarded in the College of Liberal Arts. Faculty and advising are housed in the Jones College. It shares the required ECON courses of its BBA counterpart without requiring its business core. Any student electing the BS alternative should consult with the department chair to develop an acceptable degree program. Students who plan to pursue a Masters and PhD in Economics are highly encourage to speak with economics faculty early in their educational career.
Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship, BBA
Entrepreneurship is for students who want to launch or grow a business and for those who are interested in entrepreneurial work in corporations. This major prepares for these challenges and focuses on the development and management of this venture. Students learn key aspects of Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship including organizing ideas, requirements, and capabilities necessary for starting and operating a new venture. The required internship provides valuable hands‐on experience.
Finance is a field that focuses on the financial sectors of modern economies. Students are provided the analytical foundations and an introduction to financial processes and institutions.
Finance - Real Estate, BBA
Real Estate is a field that focus on the principles of real property ownership utilization and transfer, mortgage financing, brokerage, management, valuation, subdividing and legislation.
Information Systems, BBA
Information Systems is where business and technology meet. Students in this major are exposed to opportunities ranging from analytics to creating and managing web applications to designing and implementing network environments.
Management and Leadership, BBA
Management is organizing work efforts for profit and not‐for profit organizations. Managers lead people and teams to meet the organization’s goals. They develop strategies, make decisions, build consensus, organize and evaluate work, and manage change.
Management and Leadership - Human Resource Management, BBA
This concentration provides students with HRM-focused knowledge and skills in the areas identified by the profession as most critical, such as compensation and benefits, diversity and inclusion, employee and labor relations, employment law, human resource information systems (HRIS) and measurement of HR, planning and talent management, recruitment and selection, and training and development.
Marketing is the business of promoting and selling products or services, including marketing research and promotion.
Marketing - Digital Marketing, BBA
A major in Marketing with a concentration in Digital Marketing offers preparation for students interested in digital marketing analytics, social media, or website design careers to gain the necessary marketing skills they need to be successful.
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Marketing - Professional Selling, BBA
Professional Selling is a concentration in the Marketing major that prepares students for careers in sales. Courses in this program assist students in developing the skills in areas of excellent oral and written communication, relationship development, self‐ confidence, and critical thinking and problem solving.
Risk Management and Insurance, BBA
Risk Management is the practice of identifying and analyzing loss exposures and taking steps to minimize the financial impact of the risks they impose. Insurance is a risk‐transfer mechanism that ensures full or partial financial compensations for the loss or damage caused by events beyond the control of the insured party.
Supply Chain Management, BBA
Supply Chain Management is is simply the Management of the Chain of Supplies from suppliers to customers. SCM activities includes Planning, Sourcing, Making, Delivering and Returning. Everything you wear, eat or drink, sit on or in, read, throw, shoot, kick, and buy or sell comes to you courtesy of Supply Chains.
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Minor in Business
The minor provides students access to coursework that spans a wide range of business fields. Through exposure to relevant concepts, students will develop technical business skills and the ability to leverage those skills. This minor is designed to complement the material and competencies of undergraduate majors outside the Broad College of Business.
The minor is available as an elective to students who are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs at Michigan State University with the exception of majors in The Eli Broad College of Business. The minor is administered by The Eli Broad College of Business.
Students must be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program outside the Broad College of Business. Students admitted to a Broad College major are not eligible for admission to this minor.
The minor is available beginning Fall 2021.
Minor in Business Requirements
Students must complete 15 credits from the following courses:
Basic concepts in financial and managerial accounting for non-business majors.
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Overview of finance for the non-business major. Stocks, bonds, mutual funds, financial statement analysis, capital budgeting, financial planning.
Introduction to the legal system. Basic concepts of constitutional law, torts, contracts, and product liability. Administrative law and government regulations.
Managerial skills and processes in goal-directed institutions.
Buyer behavior, segmentation, positioning, demand analysis, information, pricing, promotion, channels, product policies, and ethics in consumer, reseller, industrial, and service markets.
Objectives, processes, and functions of supply chain management activities including procurement, manufacturing, and logistics. The role of supply chain processes in creating competitive advantage with respect to quality, flexibility, lead-time, and cost.
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