Second major within the BAB degree program
The faculty of the College of Business have agreed that students may be awarded more than one major of the BAB degree, so long as the student completes at least six (6) courses in the second major that are unique from those in the first major.
For the majority of BAB majors, completing the required major courses is sufficient to satisfy the 6 unique course requirement. In the instances where there are fewer than 6 unique required courses, students may complete the double-major with the addition of an extra course(s). Students may choose a course(s) from the approved electives for that major in order to achieve 6 unique courses.
Currently, the following dual-majors would require that the student complete a course beyond the minimum required for the major in order to achieve six (6) unique courses:
• International Business and Management – Human Resources Option (1 additional unique course required)
• Management – General Business Option and Management – Human Resources Option (1 additional unique course required)
Double-counting of courses for dual majors
The Business Core courses are required for all BAB majors and completing them will satisfy the core requirements for both majors.
Required courses beyond the business core that are common to both majors may be used to satisfy the requirements for both majors. Note that these courses would not be considered to be unique, so students may need to take additional course(s) from the approved electives for their major in order to satisfy the 6-unique course requirement and earn the dual majors.
Double-counting of courses for minors
The faculty of the College of Business have agreed that no more than 1 course may be double-counted in a business minor, except for the accounting minor, which will allow ACCT 251 and ACCT 252 to be double-counted since they are part of the business core.