Stillman School of Business

The Stillman School provides education geared toward the complex practical needs of business leaders. Consistent with that objective, the School offers the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration program to enable Seton Hall students to obtain competencies of the business core and a breadth of knowledge in liberal arts and other fields.

The B.A. in Business Administration (B.A.B.A.) requires a minimum of 128 credits, including 87 core credits and 41 credits of selected concentration and elective coursework. Electives may be taken at any undergraduate college or school of Seton Hall, but may not exceed the maximum number of business credits noted within each concentration. Students may choose a concentration in arts and sciences, international studies, diplomacy and international relations or general studies.

Listed below are the 87 core credits for a B.A. in Business Administration

CORE 1001 University Life 1
CORE1101 Journey of Transformation 3
CORE 2101 Christianity and Culture in Dialogue 3
COST 1600 Oral Communications 3
COST xxxx Communication Elective * 3
ENGL 1201-1202 Core English I-II 6
ENGL 2516 Business Writing 3
BIOL, CHEM, ERTH, PHYS Science ** 3
MATH 1205 Quantitative Methods for Business 3
PHIL 1125 Business Ethics 3
RELS xxxx Religious Studies (any course) 3
World Culture One course
Total:
3
37

*Choose from COST 2623, COST 2625, COTH 2624, COTH 2626. Stillman School students are strongly encouraged to take  their six hours of required communication courses within the first 75  credits of their curriculum.
** A roster of acceptable courses is available in Jubilee Hall Rm. 526, as well as on each student's degree audit.

Business Required Core (45 credits)

BACC 2103, 2104 Accounting 6
BINT 3001, BPOL 5000 Integrative Courses 6
BFIN 2201 Finance 3
BLAW 2301 Legal Studies 3
BITM 2701 Management Information Systems* 3
BMGT 2501, 2503 Management 6
BMKT 2601 Marketing 3
BQUA 2811, 2812 Quantitative Analysis 6
ECON 1402, 1403, 2408 Economics 9
Total: 45

*Because of the competency-based curriculum, this specific course must be taken. No substitutions will be permitted.

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