Midway College’s Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree (B.A.) is dedicated to helping students pursuing business majors graduate as competent professionals prepared for the business, government or nonprofit arenas with a solid working knowledge of the core skills of leadership, management, quantitative analysis and strategy.
Further, we strive to prepare our learners to compete on a global foundation by developing their ability to identify and analyze global economic, multicultural and international issues in the business field. Our business administration students will master skills in the areas of leadership, team building and human relations, which will be demonstrated upon successfully completing the program through a professional portfolio. The professional portfolio includes documentations of the student’s course accomplishments, a comprehensive resume/organizational entrance plan or an entrepreneur business plan.
To better prepare learners for the business world or to advance their career, the Business Division provides personalized opportunities for students to take part in programs that include job shadowing, internships, mentorship, job fairs, resume preparation and job search seminars.
Business Administration students get a business degree that focuses on one of six areas of concentration that emphasizes their individual curriculum goals.
Business Administration students can also choose accounting as an area of concentration: Accounting
Available through: WCSCDON
|General Education Requirements||34-40|
|Business Administration Major Requirements*||36|
|Principles of Management BUS 230||3|
|Principles of Marketing BUS 255||3|
|Business and Organizational Communication BUS 313||3|
|Managerial Finance BUS 321||3|
|Global Business BUS 390||3|
|Business Capstone BUS 490||3|
|Principles of Accounting I ACC 210||3|
|Principles of Accounting II ACC 215||3|
|Application Software CIS 235||3|
|Introduction to Management Information Systems CIS 330||3|
|Choose six hours from the following courses||6|
|Introduction to Quantitative Analysis BUS 125||3|
|Legal Environment of Business BUS 340||3|
|Business Law BUS 341||3|
|Project Management BUS 415||3|