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Academic Programs

There are five majors within the BSBA program:

All five share the same core courses, except Strategy, which is not required for accounting majors. Double majors share the same core, and cannot have electives double-count. Any minor requires at least three distinct courses from other electives taken. Students cannot take a major or minor prerequisite, core or elective course for a BSBA major or minor as a pass/fail option.


Management minors provide depth in a specific functional discipline or specialization (for example, finance or entrepreneurship) when taken with a major, or they serve as a complement to majors outside of Business. All minors consist of five courses. For those minors with electives, students should select electives in consultation with a faculty advisor.

With the exception of the minor in business, students majoring in one of the five BSBA majors may take any minor. Any major and minor combination will double-count core courses but must have unique electives.

  • Minor in Accounting
    The Minor in Accounting is an excellent complement to Majors in Business, Economics and social sciences who are interested in entry-level positions in a variety of corporate and nonprofit settings.
  • Minor in Business
    The Minor is Business is an excellent complement for students in any Major to understand the nature business functions in nonprofit, for-profit, and public organizations.
  • Minor in Business Management
  • Minor in Finance
    Students majoring in Math and Statistics, Economics, and social sciences will find the Finance Minor to be attractive to potential employers recruiting for analyst positions.
  • Minor in Entrepreneurship
    The Entrepreneurship Minor is for all majors who are interested in the entrepreneurial economy, whether a for-profit or social venture, as well as for students who believe they might like to launch their own business someday.
  • Minor in Health Care Management
    The Health Care Management Minor is an excellent complement to any health profession, business, or social science Major and provides insight into the largest employment sector in Massachusetts.
  • Minor in Marketing
    The Marketing Minor is an excellent complement for all Majors interested in marketing/social media positions in fast-growing companies.
  • Minor in Organizational Studies
    The Minor in Organizational Studies adds important leadership skills as a complement to any Major in the College.
  • Minor in Principled Leadership
    The Principled Leadership Minor emphasizes “doing well by doing good” for any Major in the College.  It complements the College’s general education focus on leadership and is appropriate for all Majors.
  • Interdisciplinary Minor in PR/MarComm
  • Minor in Retail Management
    The Retail Management Minor complements any Business, Communications or social sciences Majors in the College and students interested in the fast-growing and dynamic retail sector.

Interdisciplinary & Joint Majors