• General Business
  • Business Administration - General Business Concentration


    The Bachelor of Business Administration degree is designed to complement the liberal studies of Hamline University by providing students with breadth and depth of understanding in core business disciplines.  For the General Business concentration, students select from any upper level business courses to develop their analytical, communication and interpersonal skills which prepares them for the world of work. Students are also encouraged to explore internship and study abroad opportunities.

    Selecting the General Business concentration allows for the most flexibility in elective course choices.

     

    Core Business Major Requirements

    One statistics course chosen from the following:

    One communication course chosen from the following:

    One writing course chosen from the following:

    General Business Concentration Courses

    Three general business courses chosen from the following:

    • 3000-level FIN courses
    • 3000-level MGMT courses
    • 3000-level MKTG courses
    • 3000-level QMBE courses
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  • Business Internships

    Engaging Internships

    From charitable non-profits to Fortune 500s, internships made a difference and gained valuable experience at top organizations for our students.

  • Holt Fellowship

    Holt Endowed Fellowship

    The Holt Endowed Fellowship provides financial support to make meaningful learning experiences possible for Hamline School of Business undergraduate students.

  • Business Students in Action

    Business Students in Action

    Hamline School of Business students pulled double duty in a recent foundations of management class by raising thousands of dollars for a great cause.