Bachelor of Business Administration, Joe Gibbs Performance Management Concentration*
The Bachelor of Business Administration prepares graduates for a wide range of managerial positions in business, government and nonprofit organizations. Business Administration students acquire fundamental, practical and professional skills in all phases of business including decision-making and problem-solving capabilities. The program also provides a strong liberal arts component that develops communications skills, information literacy, abstract thinking and critical analysis while fostering historical, political and social awareness.
The Joe Gibbs Performance Management Concentration of the Bachelor of Business Administration is designed to develop you as a leader. If anyone has figured out the key to success, it’s legendary coach Joe Gibbs. With wins in SB XVII, SB XXII, and SB XXVI and four NASCAR championships to his name, Coach Gibbs has defined what it takes to build and lead people to both personal and professional success. This concentration will expose you to the essential elements of performance management and leadership principles so that you can lead from anywhere you are within an organization—whether private, public or nonprofit. This innovative and practical curriculum draws from Joe Gibbs' coaching strategies to help you determine your personal and professional purpose. You will learn what makes an effective team, how to lead a team to success and to manage challenges along the way.
Also available: an Associate in Arts in Business Administration, a Joe Gibbs Performance Management Graduate Certificate, and a Master of Business Administration.
*This program is available in an online-only format to New Jersey students.
The Bachelor of Business Administration Joe Gibbs Performance Management concentration is not included within the scope of the university's most current accreditation with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
Area I – Core Component
|ACC 100||Accounting I||
|BUS 100||Introduction to Business||
|CIS 105||Introduction to Information Systems||
|COM 101||Effective Communication Skills||
|ENG 115||English Composition||
|FIN 100||Principles of Finance||
|MAT 104||Algebra with Applications||
|Total Credit Hours:||31.5
Area II – Major Component
Area II – Concentration Component
Area III – General Education Component
Area IV – Elective Component
These courses are selected in consultation with the campus dean or associate campus dean, or student services coach; within this component it is possible for students to develop a minor in a second area of study (see Minors).
All courses are 4.5 quarter credit hours.
Total Credit Hours: 180.0