B.B.A. in General Business
The Bachelors of Business Administration in General Business (BBA-GB) is a specialty degree intended to accommodate students from very diverse educational backgrounds. More specifically, students from outside business with lots of non-business (up to 24-hours) university course credits can complete a degree with the BBA-GB and, in most cases, stay under the 120-hour degree plan and 150-hour financial aid limits.
Are you a first and second-year student wanting to study business but uncertain what degree to declare? Please see the section, For Uncertain 1st & 2nd Year Students below.
Designed with You in Mind
This degree works well for students who tried another discipline but find they need a change. In those instances, it maximizes the use of studies in the original field.
For Uncertain 1st & 2nd Year Students
So, you want to study business, but you’re not sure what major to declare? The easiest thing to do is download/print the Advising Guides for the B.B.A. Management and B.B.A. Marketing. Map the first two years of courses from one program to the other. You will find the first two years of the programs are more or less identical. That is because in Year-One, you are completing the University Core courses, and in Year-Two, you are completing what we call the B.B.A. Core – a group of foundation business courses all B.B.A. degrees require. One strategy would be to choose either management or marketing now. After experiencing the B.B.A. core courses in year two, change to the B.B.A. program that is most appealing and compatible with your personal goals.
See the Exploration resources in Career services.
120 credit hours (4 years)
- Stephenville, Fort Worth1 , Midlothian1 , Online1, Waco1
- 1Admission to the off-campus locations requires a minimum of 30 transferable credit hours, a 2.0 GPA and that a student be TSI complete.
|Hours||Course Number||Class Name|
|42||General Education Requirements|
|3||Additional Mathematics Requirement|
|3||ACCT 2301||Principles of Accounting I-Financial|
|3||ACCT 2302||Principles of Accounting II-Managerial|
|3||BCIS 1305||Business Computer Applications|
|3||BCIS 4350||Management Information Systems|
|3||BUSI 1301||Business Principles|
|3||BUSI 2301||Business Law I|
|3||BUSI 2311||Business Statistics|
|3||BUSI 3312 [WI]||Business Communication|
|3||BUSI 4344||Introduction to International Business|
|3||BUSI 4359 [WI]||Business Strategy|
|ECON 2301 [Shared]||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|3||ECON 2302||Principles of Microeconomics|
|3||FINC 3301||Principles of Financial Management|
|3||MGMT 3300||Principles of Management|
|3||MGMT 3302||Human Resource Management|
Shared – this course is taken as part of the General Education Requirements
For more information on courses, please refer to the university catalog.
And the 8-semester advising plans.
Plan Your Future
The Bachelor of Business Administration degree in General Business offers a wide variety of career options such as:
- Human Resource Management
- Company Manager
And much more!
Our study abroad programs are designed to give students a new, global perspective on several industry-wide issues. Study abroad programs are often a key component of classes that we offer during the summer semesters.
Career Services offers students a wide variety of professional development opportunities that can translate into careers. A few of these programs include:
- Job fairs
- Mock interviews
- Resume clinic
- Texan Shadow
And much more!
Facilities and Features
The Tarleton University System Center - Cross Timbers SHRM chapter is affiliated nationally with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Through a variation of activities, the chapter provide professional development, leadership and scholarship opportunities, as well as social and civic events.
CEO is an organization with more than 500 chapters worldwide. As a student-run organization, CEO offers excellent networking opportunities and serves as an informational resource for prospective entrepreneurs.
Delta Mu Delta is an honor society for students who are pursuing a business-related degree. Becoming a member of Delta Mu Delta is an honor indicative of earnest, intelligent purpose and rewarding achievement.
- The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
- Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)