BCA

Business Administration and Cinematic Arts

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BAIR

Business Administration and International Relations

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CSBA

Business Administration and Computer Science

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Joint programs offer a unique opportunity to couple the business administration major with coursework from a second discipline, providing students with the specialty expertise that distinguishes 21st century leaders and professionals.

Business Administration and Cinematic Arts Program (BCA)

The Business Administration and Cinematic Arts program consists of courses offered by both the Marshall School of Business and the School of Cinematic Arts.  Students who graduate from this program participate in activities both in and out of class and are well-equipped to apply their skills to many different areas of the entertainment industry. This is a highly competitive program with only 50 seats per year available to entering freshmen. This program is administered by the Marshall School of Business and students graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Cinematic Arts emphasis). The BCA degree also offers a mentoring program in which students can participate.

Business Administration and International Relations Program (BAIR)

The Business Administration and International Relations program consists of courses offered by both the Marshall School of Business and the School of International Relations.   This program is open to both entering freshmen and continuing students. Interested students should contact Marshall’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions.  This program is administered by the Marshall School of Business and students graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (International Relations empasis).

Business Administration and Computer Science Degree Program (CS/BA)

The combined Bachelor of Science degree program in Computer Science/Business Administration offers qualified students the opportunity to gain an educational foundation in both areas. Students must meet the admission requirements for both the Computer Science department in the Viterbi School of Engineering and the Marshall School of Business. The degree is administered by the Computer Science department in the Viterbi School of Engineering.