B.S. in Business Administration

Business Administration majors must choose a track in Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Management, or Marketing. Students who want to study more than one track must successfully complete all requirements for each, plus, at least 12 additional unduplicated hours for the second track. A minimum of 50% of the semester hours in the Business major must be taken at UNCP.

The basic core of business studies emphasizes the broad background needed for successful competition in the dynamic work‑world as well as preparation for further study in graduate programs. Another objective is to render service beyond the University and within the surrounding business community.

Through evening and online degree programs in Economics, Finance, and Management, the School of Business serves students who are unable to attend daytime classes. Further assistance is supplied in placement services and special consultation to the business community at large. The BSBA and MBA programs are also offered through a combination of on-site and online courses on satellite campuses at Sandhills Community College, Richmond Community College, and Fort Bragg.

Prospective students are strongly urged to consult a member of the faculty as soon as possible. To follow the courses in the necessary order, it is best to begin planning early. Listed below are checklists for each concentration.

 

Management Checklist 2020-2021      Marketing Checklist 2022-23       International Business Checklist 2020-2021                    

Entrepreneurship Checklist 2020-2021      Finance Checklist 2020-2021      Economics Checklist 2020-2021        

                                                                      

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Thomas School of Business is one of a select group of schools globally to be recognized by the CFA Institute.

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Finance Concentration degree was accepted into the University Recognition Program, indicating its curriculum is closely tied to professional practice. This status is granted to institutions whose degree program(s) incorporate at least 70% of the CFA Program Candidate Body of Knowledge (CBOK), which provide students with a solid grounding in the CBOK and positions them well to sit for the CFA exams.

The CFA Institute, the leading global professional organization in the financial market, sets the standards for developing the skills, competence and integrity of professionals in the areas of investment, portfolio management, trading and other areas of the financial markets. 

Learn more about CFA

Through participation in this program, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke is eligible to receive three CFA student scholarships each year and to participate in the annual global Student Research Challenge.

For more information contact:

Dr. Victor Bahhouth
Email: victor.bahhouth@uncp.edu
Phone: 910.521.6172