Degree Requirements

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Students in the Jack C. Massey College of Business can earn either a Bachelor in Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. The type of degree earned depends upon the program of study selected. A business degree at Belmont University requires a minimum of 128 hours.  Requirements under the 2014-2015 catalog can be found using the links below.


Bachelor in Business Administration (B.B.A.)

General Education Core Requirements: 53-58 hours

Business Concentration Requirements:

Accounting -

     ACC Guide to Graduation

General Business -

     BAD Guide to Graduation 

Economics -

     ECO Guide to Graduation 

Entrepreneurship -

     ETP Guide to Graduation

Finance -

     FIN Guide to Graduation

International Business -

     IB Guide to Graduation

Management Information Systems -

     MIS Guide to Graduation

Management -

     MGT Guide to Graduation

Marketing -

     MKT Guide to Graduation

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

General Education Core Requirements:  60-63 hours

Business Concentration Requirements:

Economics - ECO Guide to Graduation International Economics - INE Guide to Graduation
Business Minors

Business minors (18 hour requirements) in General Business, Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, International Business and Marketing are available.  These minors are not intended for BBA degree seeking students.  However, BBA degree seeking students may minor in International Business provided they are not currently pursuing an International Business concentration as part of their business administration major.  Click here to see the requirements for business minors under the 2014-2015 catalog.  


Course Prerequisites

Please note during your planning that some business courses require the completion of other courses before enrollment, course prerequisites. Plan each semester carefully so you have completed the prerequisites before enrolling in the courses requiring them.

 Our faculty are here to help you succeed.  Faculty advisors can help you plan to maximize your college experience and prepare for entry into your career path.  Freshmen/transfer students will be contacted during their incoming semester with their faculty advisor information.

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