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Business Administration, B.B.A.

The Seidman College of Business undergraduate programs provides students with business education that blends liberal arts and professional courses with practical application. The programs are designed to prepare students for careers in various business areas as well as for admission into graduate schools.


4%
Michigan Job Growth

Business administration opportunities are projected to grow 4% in Michigan by 2025.

7%
National Job Growth

Business administration opportunities are projected to grow 7% in the U.S. by 2025.

Paid Internship Opportunities

Paid internships allow students to earn money while studying in their field.


Source: EMSI, 2021

Program Overview

The undergraduate programs focus on student success in class and in building careers, by providing majors in the following areas: accounting, international business, business economics, management - MIS, entrepreneurship, marketing (including emphases in the areas of sales and distribution/logistics), finance, supply chain management, general business, operations management, general management, and human resource management.

Why Study Business Administration at Grand Valley?


Program Details