Bachelor of Accounting
This program will provide you with the knowledge and skills you'll need to enter the fields of public, private sector, corporate and governmental accounting, or to pursue advanced degrees in accounting, business or law. For public accounting, you'll also need to pass the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination, which in Florida requires 30 credit hours beyond the Bachelor of Accounting degree.
Bachelor of Business Administration
Our traditional Bachelor of Business Administration will give you a solid general education, a fundamental understanding of business concepts and practices, a deeper knowledge of one major area of business and an appreciation of the role of business in society both in the United States and globally.
Honors in International Business Program
The Honors in International Business program is designed for undergraduate students who want to develop cutting-edge critical thinking, business skills and a strong understanding of the cultural, historical, religious, economic, and political forces at work around the world.
Undergraduate Dual Degree Program
The College of Business Administration at FIU continues to be a global leader in international business programs. As a new initiative, the College is developing a dual degree program together with partner institutions in an effort to give more international experience to undergraduate students. While the dual degree has traditionally been offered to graduate students - FIU already has relationships with over 30 institutions around the world - this program will focus on furthering the first-hand knowledge of cultural differences to undergraduates.
Busy working professionals eager to advance their management and international business careers will appreciate the "cohort-based" Professional BBA Weekend program, where a group of students enter at the same time and take all of their courses together.
Six of our seven undergraduate BBA majors - Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management, Marketing and Logistics & Supply Chain - are available online.
If you are pursuing a non-business major, some business understanding will certainly enhance your undergraduate learning experience. The college offers eight business minors—business, business analytics, entrepreneurship, general marketing, logistics and supply chain management, professional sales, project management, and social media and e-marketing analytics. Your minor will be awarded at graduation along with your major degree.
Within the Management Information Systems major there are three tracks that a student can pursue: Business Analytics, Business Systems, and Cyber-Security.
The Certificate programs each consist of four undergraduate finance courses representing approximately 180 contact hours between instructors and participants. Upon successful completion of the four-course sequence, a certificate signed by the Dean of the College of Business Administration will be awarded.