Bachelors of Business AdministrationThe Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree at LMU prepares students with foundational concepts in business. Graduates will have a business foundation in accounting, communications, economics, ethics, finance, information systems, international business, law, management, marketing, quantitative analysis, statistics, and strategy. The BBA degree requires the completion of the business core courses (36 credit hours) and one BBA concentration (24 semester credit hours) in either Accounting, Finance, Healthcare Administration, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Sport Management, or General Business.
AccountingThe Accounting concentration provides students with a comprehensive foundation in accounting concepts, principles, and ethics advancing the profession through excellence in accounting education, use of technology, research, and outreach activities. Accounting Four Year Plan
Business AnalyticsThe Business Analytics Concentration provides students with the fundamental concepts and tools needed to understand the emerging role of business analytics in organizations. Business Analytics Four Year Plan
FinanceThe Finance concentration prepares students for careers in general business, investments, commercial banking, small business ownerships and entrepreneurships, financial planning and international institutions. Finance Four Year Plan
Healthcare AdministrationThe Healthcare Administration concentration is designed to give students a knowledge and understanding of business operations within the healthcare industry. Healthcare Administration Four Year Plan
ManagementThe Management concentration prepares students for diverse and innovative managerial and professional positions in the global marketplace. Management Four Year Plan
Management Information SystemsThe Management Information Systems concentration provides students with the information systems management skills needed in today's business environment with a solid foundation in the primary business areas in which these skills will be applied. Management Information Systems Four Year Plan
MarketingThe Marketing concentration prepares students by developing specialized skills in the management of communications, customer relationships, and the delivery of value to customers. Marketing Four Year Plan
Sport ManagementThe Sport Management concentration is designed to introduce sport industry concepts to the students and serve as a base to prepare students for entry level employment in the field through networking and internship experiences. Sport Management Four Year Plan
General BusinessGeneral Business Four Year Plan
Bachelor of Arts in BusinessThe Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree prepares students with foundational concepts in business. Graduates will have a business foundation in accounting, communications, economics, ethics, finance, information systems, international business, law, management, marketing, quantitative analysis, statistics, and strategy. The BA degree requires the completion of the business core curriculum. The BA degree provides a solid foundation of knowledge and skills in general business practices, is open to all students and can serve as a second concentration. This is a degree option for students seeking licensure in secondary general business education. It also provides an alternative to the BBA for the student who might discover an interest in business during the later portion of an undergraduate program of study.
Business (BA)Business (BA) Four Year Plan
Associate of Business Administration
The Associate of Business Administration (ABA) degree prepares the student to develop knowledge, understanding, and development of critical thinking and technical skills and abilities required within the realm of business and business studies.Associate Degree Program
Aside from being fully accredited by SACS-COC, numerous program options are additionally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Click here for more information on LMU School of Business's ACBSP accreditation.