A Business Administration degree from Florida Southern provides students with opportunities to establish the critical business skills and relationships needed to land a job.
Accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is the mark of excellence in business education earned by fewer than five percent of business schools worldwide.
With Business Administration career tracks in international business, sports management, marketing — or develop your own specialty, like non-profit management or business marketing and communication.
Gain firsthand experience through a guaranteed internship, which is guided by our dedicated Career and Internship Coordinator.
If you are good with numbers and have an aptitude for understanding economics and statistics, finance may be the career path for you. Financial analysts focus on details while keeping an eye on the big picture.
If you have the ability to think globally, international business may be the career path for you. International business managers capable of leading multinational environments are in high demand.
If you’re a born leader, consider a career in management. The management career track offers practical training, studying leadership, entrepreneurship, human resources, and more.
Marketing is among the most popular career tracks. The “people” side of doing business, marketing prepares you for careers in sales or advertising.
There is always something interesting happening at Florida Southern.
In BUS 2217 Principles of Management, you can expect to learn and master the art of leadership and delegation through a number of concepts which include strategic planning, decision making, and types of managerial styles applicable to many different organizations.
With more internship positions than we can fill—many of them paid—you’ll have lots of options and opportunities to gain experience, build your resume, and expand your professional network.
Many extra-curricular organizations are associated with this program, including Delta Sigma Pi, the professional business fraternity; the Real Estate Club; and the Dean’s Advisory Council.
Professor of Business Administration