Pamplin School of Business: Majors and Minors
Following their major declaration, usually at the end of their sophomore year, students spend the rest of their time in the Pamplin School of Business continuing to gain a wide-range of exposure to the world of business while gaining specialized knowledge in their chosen area of study. Business education at the Pamplin School of Business is enriched throughout the four years through internships, speed networking, and the opportunity for various international experiences.
|The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree indicates a broad foundation in core business subjects with a specific focus in a certain area of study. The Pamplin School of Business offers seven B.B.A degrees, one Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Economics (which requires more extensive coursework in the College of Arts and Sciences), and three minor programs.|
The Pamplin School of Business offers seven Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degrees and one Bachelor Arts (B.A.) degree. Explore each program:
Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management, B.B.A.
Global Business, B.B.A.
Operations & Technology Management, B.B.A.
The Pamplin School of Business also offers three minor programs:
Business Administration Minor (for non-business students)
Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management Minor