The Bachelor of Business Administration degree requires completion of 40 courses/120 credits, with at least 15 courses/45 credits taken with CCE at Assumption College.
The program of study includes the CCE Core which is comprised of ten liberal arts courses designed to provide a foundation of knowledge in ethics, writing, theology, philosophy, literature, history, mathematics, natural science, and foreign languages. Also included is the CCE Business Core, consisting of 11 courses in the essential foundations of business administration. Students choose a concentration which consists of seven courses, and also complete 11 electives, at least eight of which are in non-business (liberal arts) areas.
All bachelor degrees require the CCE Capstone course, a multi-disciplinary directed study, designed by the student, and completed under supervision and guidance of Assumption faculty.
Choose from concentrations in:
Human Resources Management
CCE Core Requirements (courses)
Business Writing or Professional & Academic Writing
Introduction to Philosophy
One Philosophy or Theology elective
One Literature course
One Survey History course
One course in Mathematics (MAT111E or higher)
Two courses chosen from Natural Science and/or Foreign Language
CCE Business Core (courses)
Introduction to Computers
Introduction to Microeconomics
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Introductory Accounting I
Introductory Accounting II
Management & Organizational Behavior
Foundations of Marketing
Seven courses within the student's chosen concentration
View required courses within each concentration
Eleven courses: 8 liberal arts electives and 3 open electives