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BSBA in General Management

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree program in General Management is a 120-credit program designed for students interested in having exposure to a number of business areas rather than focusing in depth on just one.

The BSBA in General Management degree is composed of a minimum of three of the four traditional areas of business:

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Management
  • Marketing

All students in the BSBA in General Management program must complete a capstone requirement, Strategic Management, which integrates content across the degree program and validates the students’ knowledge.

Degree Requirements Credits
The following courses are required for the BSBA degree in General Management and are fulfilled in the General Education section of the degree chart. 6
  • College Algebra or Quantitative Business Analysis within Intellectual and Practical Skills section of General Education requirements.
  • Statistics within Math section of General Education requirements.

How Students Earn Credit in the Area of Study: All credits in this area of study may be completed with Thomas Edison State University courses and/or exams.

Note 1: The above list of subjects is offered as a guide. Other subjects may also be considered appropriate for this area of study.

Note 2: Consumer Finance (Personal Finance) and Supervision for Service cannot be included in the major area of study because of the fundamental nature of these subjects.

Note 3: TESU course refers to the University's own course offering of Guided Study, online or Contract Learning courses.

Note 4: TESU examination refers to the University's own exam program—TECEP®

Note 5: Other subjects listed can either be courses transferred from other colleges/universities or credits earned through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA).

It is strongly recommended that all BSBA students, regardless of area of study, include a business ethics subject as part of the general education or electives component of their degree.