BSBA areas of specialization
+ Business Pre-law
Department of Economics
3002 Business Administration, 419-372-2646
The program's intent is to provide the student with a broad foundation in business with a pre-law specialization designed to enhance one's communication skills and critical thinking abilities. Emphasis on writing, research, and a legal approach to problem solving provide the framework for the specialization.
This combination of experiences should enrich a student's understanding of the interaction of business, government, and society. Such experience would be appropriate for law school candidates or any student seeking a firm foundation in business concepts who does not desire a more particular area of specialization.
BSBA general degree requirements
Students completing the business pre-law specialization must complete University, general degree, admission core, and business core requirements for the BSBA degree, including admission to the BSBA program.
- ENG 2070; LEGS 4100
- LEGS 4060, POLS 4160, LEGS 4900
- Three additional hours in LEGS at the 4000 level
The following courses are suggested but not required: PHIL 1030 as a humanities and arts elective, HIST 2050 and/or 2060 as social and behavioral sciences electives, and HIST 3570 and/or 4330 as non-business or free electives. Other suggestions for non-business or free electives may be obtained from the department.