Program Options For BBA Accounting Majors: BBA CPA Track (until August 2009 only!), BBA Internal Auditing Track and BBA / MS CPA Track, 5 Year Programs
The BBA in Economics is offered by the Department of Economics and Finance. This major prepares students for entry-level positions in business, nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies, and private consulting. This work includes economic analysis, research, and empirical analysis.
The BBA in Finance is offered by the Department of Economics and Finance. This major prepares students for professional positions with financial institutions, including commercial, investment, and savings banks; brokerage firms; insurance companies; investment advisory services; and finance companies. Students will also be well prepared to enter the finance departments of non-financial corporations, nonprofit institutions, and governmental agencies.
BBA in industrial/organizational psychology is a terminal degree. They may pursue careers in business, including sales, advertising, marketing, and human resource management. They may also pursue careers in a variety of governmental agencies or engage in public opinion or market research.
The students that graduate from this program will be some of the most well rounded students because they have likely lived in a foreign country, know a foreign language, worked on international projects, become an expert in a functional business area, and meet the requirements of a Baruch BBA degree.
BBA in Management - Entrepreneurship; Human Resource Management (HRM), and Operations Management (OM)
BBA in Marketing; International Marketing; Advertising and Marketing Communications; Business to Business Marketing; International Business
The BBA-Real Estate program has two distinct tracks - Investment and Development. BBA real estate majors who choose the real estate investment track will take four required real estate courses and additional four elective courses (from a total of 11 elective courses, one of them must be either RES4200 or RES4400). Students who choose the real estate development track will take six core required courses and two elective courses (from a list of 7 courses).
The statistics and quantitative modeling major is designed to develop quantitative thinking skills that are invaluable in business. The student will take courses from a variety of quantitative disciplines that focus extensively on statistical methodology, mathematical modeling, and computer implementation issues applied to business.