ASC Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Other times by appointment
Academic Services Center
Zane Showker Hall 205
JMU offers a fully-accredited program leading to a Bachelor of Business Administration (B. B. A.) degree with a major in a specific field. The program is designed to prepare you for positions of leadership and responsibility in business and industry, governmental and nonprofit organizations, and graduate study.
B.B.A. majors must complete all 100- and 200-level core requirements and meet all of the admission criteria for the CoB to be eligible for junior-level business course work. Consequently, class schedules for the four-semester sequence covering the first and second years must be planned accordingly. You must complete the following lower-division courses prior to enrolling in 300-level courses:
You may not take any upper-division core courses required for a B.B.A. major until you complete all lower-division B.B.A. core courses and have been admitted to the College of Business. The upper-division courses are as follows:
The B.B.A. degree requires a minimum of 120 credit hours of undergraduate course work. Fifty percent of this work (60 credit hours) must be taken outside of the CoB. Carefully select these non-business electives to help you gain additional knowledge and expertise for your career and personal life.
The typical BBA progression of the lower-level and upper-level core is outlined in this attachment.