Concentrations / Degree Information

College of Business Major Concentrations

As the needs and expectations of industry change, the business curriculum--the courses you take to earn your degree--must change to meet business requirements. What recruiters and industry leaders have been telling us is that their most fundamental requirement is for SJSU to prepare business majors who understand how businesses function, who can reason critically and articulate persuasive ideas verbally and in writing, who adaptively embrace change and technology, are ethical team players, and who comprehend the international imperative of business. Less critical for most business graduates is extreme depth within a concentration. Thus, when considering the trade-off between fundamental skills and specialization within a business area, most business leaders are opting for solid business fundamentals and strong personal skills.

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Accounting

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Accounting Information Systems

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Business Analytics

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Corporate Accounting and Finance

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Entrepreneurship

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Finance

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in General Business

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Global Operations Management

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Human Resource Management

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in International Business

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Management

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Management Information Systems

BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Marketing


Other Degree Requirements/Information

Minor - Business

Minor - Global Leadership and Innovation

Gary J. Sbona Honors Program