Undergraduate Programs

Business Administration

The course of study for the Business Administration degree prepares students to demonstrate knowledge, skills, integrity, a sense of social responsibility, and individual qualities that influence successful outcomes in the business world.  Successful completion of the curriculum prepares students to perform a wide range of tasks and demonstrate leadership abilities, technological awareness, and intellectual capacity. The Business program further encourages the building of a sense of purpose and an attitude of service in a leadership capacity.

Individuals with a B.S. in Business Administration will be qualified to work as Managers, Team Supervisors, Sales Managers, and more.

Martin University also offers a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Industrial Management. 

Potential Careers

  • Human Resource Manager

  • Financial Center Manager

  • Event Manager

  • Education Administrator

  • Office Manager

  • Data Entry Clerk

  • Customer Service Associate / Representative

  • Corporate Development Manager

  • Analyst / Consultant

Course Rotation

FALL SEMESTER

  • ACC 201  Principles of Accounting I

  • BUS 200  Business Communications

  • BUS 201 Introduction to Business

  • BUS 301 Supervisory Techniques

  • CAP 499 Capstone/Final Project

  • ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics

SPRING SEMESTER

  • ACC 202 Principles of Accounting II

  • BUS 307 Research Methods for Business

  • BUS 416 Business Ethics & Social Responsibiities

  • BUS 461 Organizational Behavior

  • ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics

  • FIN 307 Managerial Finance

  • HRS 313 Management of Human Resources

SUMMER SEMESTER

  • BUS 220 Business Law

  • BUS 400 Leadership Development Skills

  • CIS 151 Computer Information Systems

  • MAT 205 Statistical Methods

  • MGT 201 Principles of Management

  • MKT 201 Principles of Marketing

Courses for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration are offered during the semesters displayed above.  Students must be available to take each course in its designated rotation to successfully complete this program.  Refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalog for course narratives.

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