Bachelor of Business Administration

Availability: On-Campus, Online | Program Length: 120 Hours

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Program Overview

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Finance at Texas A&M University-Central Texas provides students with a program of study focused on financial management and financial planning. The program prepares students for exciting entry-level careers in business, banking, or wealth management.

Talk with an advisor to find out how you can pursue a micro-credential (9 credit hours) while pursuing this degree. Micro-credential options: Business Analytics & Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Financial Management & Analysis, Project Management, and Supply Chain Management.

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Talk to an A&M-Central Texas academic advisor, online or in person, for prospective student advising, undergraduate and graduate advising, and help with a range of other issues.

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Career Opportunities

  • Commercial banking
  • Investment banking
  • Corporate finance
  • Financial planning
  • Investment management

Gain Marketable Skills

  • Business Administration: The ability to apply managerial and leadership skills while operating a business
  • Communication Skills: The ability to convey oral or written information to individuals or groups
  • Computer Literacy: The ability to efficiently complete tasks by using common computer software and by learning additional software as needed
  • Microsoft Office: The ability to use the Microsoft Office suite of applications (including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) to develop written communications, presentations, and spreadsheets
  • Financial Statement Analysis: The ability to analyze and interpret financial statements for decision-making
  • Quantitative Analysis: The ability to analyze and model financial data to create useful information, suggest conclusions, and support decision-making
  • Spreadsheets: The ability model financial information using spreadsheets, analyze the results and provide recommendations based upon the results
  • Strategic Thinking: The ability to form goals and implementing strategic plans based on an assessment of the internal and external environments in which the organization compete

"I started as a business management student, and then I met Professor Hanby. His love of finance and teaching students motivated me to add a second degree. I now have an unlimited future value with two bachelor's degrees and a new passion for finance. Numbers drive the world. Thank you Professor Hanby."
Reuben Noland,
BBA Management and BBA Finance graduate

Prepared for an in-demand career

Average first-year earnings for Texas bachelor's graduates in finance was $49,927 (Texas CREWS workforce data). Texas Career Check estimates the employment rate for finance managers, financial analysts and financial specialist professions to grow from 17% to 29.4%.

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Business micro-credentials

Learn About Micro-Credentials

A micro-credential issued by the A&M-Central Texas College of Business Administration gives you a chance to highlight your marketable skills and academic accomplishments. Even if you are not a student in the College of Business Administration, micro-credentials allow you to show future employers that you added valuable business skills and knowledge to your degree. Learn more.

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