B.B.A. in General Business
Engage with individuals from around the globe while finding your path to a career in business
The University of Mississippi General Business program empowers students to build an academic path tailored to their individual interests. The program produces creative problem solvers and students who easily adapt to the dynamic needs of our global society.
The General Business curriculum spans a wide array of subjects and students are provided the flexibility to combine business courses with courses from another field of study outside the School of Business.
The University of Mississippi General Business program provides students the skills necessary to achieve success in many areas. Specific career paths include business management, healthcare administration, or corporate development.
University of Mississippi General Business majors complete a business internship or a study abroad experience. This real world experience enriches classroom learning, links students to potential references, and connects students with prospective employers.
B.B.A. in General Business Faculty
Students pursuing the Bachelor of Business Administration degree at the University of Mississippi receive a premier academic experience as they attend classes led by faculty who are engaging educators and leaders in their fields of study.
|Requirements for General Business||Hours|
|Bus 300 (internship) or Bus 380 (study abroad)||3|
|300+ business elective||9|
Students must have 42 total hours of 300+ courses, and no more than 30 hours of electives count toward the degree program (does not include courses applied to nonbusiness minor).
Admission requirements for the Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business program is the same as the general undergraduate admission requirements.
Ole Miss General Business majors have access to several student organizations that support successful development inside and outside the classroom including but not limited to the Chief Emissary Officers (CEOs), a group that represents the School of Business Administration's student body, and the Student Marketing Association (SMA), which offers marketing and public relations services to other student organizations and local businesses in Oxford.