BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The Bachelor of Business Administration Degree (B.B.A.) is a minimum 124-semester
hour degree which provides a conceptual understanding of the business world, examines a number of business components, and addresses the application of concepts related to these components. A minimum of 42 semester hours must be in upper-level credit (courses numbered 3000 and above). Upper-level requirements for the major and each specialization are included in the Business Administration section of the catalog. Because of the unique nature of the degree, it includes additional requirements in mathematics. These are included in the general education core requirement. Components of the B.B.A. degree include:

General Education Core Course Requirements
Hours
@ENGL 1301, @1302, 2303 and three hours from 2301 or 2302
12
ART 1301 or studio course; or MUSI 1303, MUSI 3304,
or MUSI 3305; or THEA 1303
3
MATH 1304, 1306
6
MATH 1304 or higher
3
#EXSS 1112 and two activity courses (one fitness, one recreation)
3
***RLGN 1301, 1302
6
SCIENCE - one biological science and one physical science course
8
POLS 2301
3
GEOG 1301, GEOG 1302; PHIL 1301; PSYC 1301,
EDUC 2307** or SOCI 1301
3
COMS 1301, 1303, 2302**, or 2303
3
Foreign Language 1401****
4
*COSC 2311
3
ORIE 0001 or UNIV 1100
0-1
GRAD 0001 or GRAD 4101
0-1
TOTAL
60-62



*Student may opt to test out of COSC 2311, see course description. EDIT is required for
teacher certification programs.
**Required for teacher certification.
***Wayland Baptist University will not accept RLGN 1301, Old Testament History, or RLGN
1302, New Testament History, or their equivalents, from any institution except other Baptist
universities. In no case will either of these two courses be accepted if they were taken by correspondence. The School of Religion & Philosophy must approve any exception to this policy.
****Basic competence in a language other than English is also required. This competency can be met by either one year of high school language study, by the satisfactory completion of a university course in a language other than English, or by demonstrated competency. #A maximum of three hours credit in activity may count toward the 124 hours required for a degree. Students who have served two or more years in the Armed Forces are exempt. @Must be taken within first year of enrollment.

Academic Major and Minor
A student seeking the B.B.A. degree will complete the appropriate composite major requirements in addition to a specialization in accounting, business, economics and finance, health care administration, international management, management information systems, or management and marketing.

Electives
The student may complete the minimum of 124 semester hours required for the
degree with courses which complement or extend career preparation or to pursue subject fields which hold special appeal. However, before using elective semester hours, students should check with their advisors to ensure that the hours are indeed elective and that upper-level semester hour requirements for graduation are being met.