The Ross School of Business offers a three-year Bachelor's of Business Administration (BBA). It grounds students in the main areas of business while providing a broad liberal-arts education. Students enter the program after the equivalent of one or more years at the University of Michigan, then continue at Ross for three years of full-time enrollment (fall-winter). For further information, visit the Ross School of Business website (www.bus.umich.edu/Admissions/BBA/Whyross.htm).
The Ross School also offers a Minor in Business. The Minor in Business is neither a substitute for the BBA degree nor a fallback for students who are not accepted into the BBA program.
Courses in Business
Any undergraduate student may take business school courses without declaring the Minor in Business. However, students in the BBA program and students with a declared Minor in Business will have priority registration over other students.
Most courses offered by the Ross School of Business generate non-LSA credit.
For a complete list of Ross Courses, please consult www.bus.umich.edu/impact/CourseManagement/CourseDescriptions.asp
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