The Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business is available both on-campus and online. No matter how you complete your degree, the curriculum and learning outcomes will be the same. For more information on completing your degree online, visit Online BBA Degree.
The General Business major is ideal for students who are interested in gaining a breadth of business knowledge. The program provides an engaging environment that advances critical thinking, innovative problem-solving, ethical behavior, leadership, and a commitment to diversity.
Students choose classes from accounting, economics, finance and business law, information technology, management, marketing, occupational safety, and supply chain. During the course of their studies, they have the option of changing their major to specialize in a specific area or to remain in the general business major and graduate with a respected business degree from UW-Whitewater.
The UW-Whitewater Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business requires a minimum of 120 credits, including:
Information on the requirements specific to the general business major can be found in the Course Catalog.
Individuals wishing to deepen their knowledge with post-baccalaureate studies can complete an advanced degree in business online or on campus through the UW-Whitewater Master of Business Administration and one of 11 unique emphases.
General Business is also available as a minor for non-business students. Requirements can be found in the Course Catalog, or in the College of Business and Economics listing of minors and certificates.
Career prospects for general business majors are open-ended with the potential for embarking on a number of career paths. Employment of business occupations is projected to grow 10 percent from 2016 to 2026, which is faster than the average for all occupations, and the national median salary was $67,710 in 2017.1
Dane County, Kohler Company, Milwaukee Brewers, Organic Valley, Philips Healthcare
Account Manager, Marketing Analyst, Office Manager, Product Manager, Sales Representative
1 Bureau of Labor and Statistics - Occupational Handbook: Business and Financial Occupations
2 Based on survey responses for 2016 - 2017 UW-Whitewater graduates
3 Self-reported data from UW-Whitewater surveys