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2016 Class Profile (PDF)

Majors
  • Accounting B.B.A., M.S.A.
  • Computer Information Systems B.B.A.
  • Economics B.B.A., B.A., B.S.
  • Finance B.B.A.
  • International Business B.B.A.
  • Management. B.B.A
  • Marketing B.B.A.
  • Quantitative Finance B.S.
Minors
  • Business Analytics
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • General Business
  • Global Supply Chain Management
Undergraduate Enrollment

AACSB 1st Majors

4,077 students

Females - 33%; Males - 67%

Career Placement

Class of 2017 includes those students graduating August 2016, December 2016, and May 2017. There were 690 unique College of Business graduates who received Bachelor degrees during this period. Data reflects post-graduation pursuits for 96% of the CoB Class of 2017 graduates.

  • 2016 graduating class median base salary: $57,191
  • 77% of CoB 2016 graduates entering the workforce secured full-time employment 6 months after graduation
  • 343 business students completed 769 internships at 579 unique employers located in 28 states, DC, and 13 countries.
College of Business Acceptance
  • Students typically apply for B.B.A. programs the semester prior to their junior year.
  • 8 lower-level B.B.A. core courses required:
    • Calculus
    • Computer Information Systems
    • Financial Accounting
    • Macroeconomics
    • Microeconomics
    • Business Analytics I
    • Business Analytics II
    • Interpersonal Skills
Integrated Coursework
  • Students completing the B.B.A. program take COB 300 - Integrative Business, a one semester, four-course requirement taught by a team of professors representing different disciplines. Students gain a unique perspective of the interrelationships among business systems as they integrate course material into a business plan working in a cross-disciplinary team of peers
  • COB 487 is a senior capstone course combining various functional areas of business administration
Faculty
  • 130 full-time business school faculty
  • 100% hold terminal degree and/or extensive, business-related work experience
  • No courses taught by graduate students
Differential Tuition

Differential tuition is common among top business schools and supports the educational experience in numerous ways. Currently additional funding ensures students experience state-of-the–art technology, such as the Capital Markets Lab and supports the Office of Experiential Learning which provides learning tours, professional networking opportunities, and professional development activities, all of which result in more internship and job placement opportunities for students.  

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