A flexible program for students interested in positions and/or professions which might benefit from a dual concentration.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Dual Concentration in Finance and Hospitality Management

The dual concentration in Finance and Hospitality Management is one example of how students can benefit from the Independent Program of Study offered by the College of Business. The fundamental program requirement is that each student must complete an approved program of study having no fewer than 123 credit hours of college-level work that demonstrates a broad base in business administration, and also demonstrates a significant concentration of study in two or more distinct business concentrations.

All approved IPS programs leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration will incorporate the following features, including:

  • All required General Education requirements;
  • All general business courses;
  • Business electives as necessary to support the development of at least two areas of concentration, resulting in a comprehensive program of study totaling not less than 123 credit hours.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Master of Business Administration - Dual Concentration in Finance and Accounting

This particular dual concentration in Finance and Accounting is a means for students to obtain their Master's degree through the Independent Program of Study offered by the College of Business. The fundamental program requirement is that each student must complete an approved program of study having no fewer than 153 credit hours of college-level work that demonstrates a broad base in business administration, and also demonstrates a significant concentration of study in two or more distinct business concentrations. This includes 30 credit hours of graduate business courses.