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Department of Business Administration – Undergraduate Program


Dr. Chien-Chung Chen, Department Chair



Accreditation

The Department of Business Administration is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to offer the bachelor of business administration (BBA) degrees with concentrations in accounting, finance, management, marketing and general business.

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Mission of the Department of Business Administration

The Department of Business Administration is committed to the success of our students and to the highest observance of our professional accreditation standards. The department’s goal is to be the best small business department in the Southwest, preparing students to be confident, competent, ethical and responsible decision makers, managers, leaders and agents of economic and social betterment in today’s changing global business environment.

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Vision Statement

The Department of Business Administration provides an inspiring multicultural learning environment that promotes excellence, empowerment, transformation, and global understanding through our core values.

  • Advancement of knowledge
  • Active learning
  • Student success
  • Diversity of ideas
  • Accessible education
  • Community
  • Individual well-being
  • Sustainable practices
  • Multiculturalism

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About

The Department of Business Administration provides academic programs that promote a solid foundation for students in leadership roles in business, government, and education. Performance standards are high for both undergraduate and graduate programs. Academic programs reflect the philosophy and common professional components of our accrediting body, Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). In order to prepare students for professional careers, the curricula address both the specifics of the workplace and the more general aspects of society.

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