What I appreciate most about CSUMB’s College of Business is the ability to work closely with faculty and business professionals. This has given me confidence and a practical perspective in my studies.— Jorge Camacho, Student - B.S. Business Administration, Agribusiness Concentration
Business Administration majors develop a base of fundamental business skills such as marketing, finance, economics, and management, and can also choose one of 6 concentrations to get industry-specific knowledge in areas such as agribusiness, accounting, technology, and more.
Whether you want to start your own business, work for a company, or specialize in the finance, tech, hospitality, or agribusiness sectors, a degree in Business Administration will help you obtain your goals.
BSBA offers a wide variety of concentrations to allow you to hone in on specific skillsets essential to the industry today.
The BSBA course list is tailored to students' needs. See what classes interest you most in your pursuit of the BSBA degree.
Whether it is to learn more about the program, begin the enrollment process, or to discuss learning plans; our advisers are here to help.
Requirements and Pathways
Alongside the BA curriculum requirements, each concentration has a specific pathway. See which one suits you best.
The BSBA capstone allows graduating seniors to collaborate in a real-world environment with actual clients.
SAS Business Analytics Certificate
The BSBA program offers an SAS Business Analytics Certificate Program to validate your business analytics knowledge and boost your career prospects
Hartnell 2+2 Transfer (Agribusiness)
In collaboration with Hartnell College in Salinas, the BSBA program offers an Agribusiness degree for transfer to CSUMB. Learn more about this exciting program.
Business majors are diverse in both age and ethnicity. Some students have continued directly from junior colleges and undergraduate studies. Many are returning students with practical work experience. Students come from all over the world, class sizes are small (25 to 40), there is a low student-teacher ratio, and personalized mentoring by faculty and business advisers enable the College of Business to respond to each student's unique needs.