Areas of Study

Undergraduate Major Programs

Robinson Offers the BBA with 10 Majors.

Major Academic Guide Academic Department
Accounting Accounting Academic Guide School of Accountancy
Actuarial Science Actuarial Science Academic Guide Department of Risk Management & Insurance
Computer Information Systems CIS Academic Guide Department of Computer Information Systems
Economics Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
Finance Finance Academic Guide Department of Finance
Hospitality Administration Hospitality Admin. Academic Guide Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality
Managerial Sciences Managerial Sciences Academic Guide Department of Managerial Sciences
Marketing Marketing Academic Guide Department of Marketing
Real Estate Real Estate Academic Guide Department of Real Estate
Risk Management and Insurance RMI Academic Guide Department of Risk Management and Insurance

Undergraduate Minor Programs

Students who wish to minor in Actuarial Science must take at least 15 hours including the following courses:

  • AS 4140
  • AS 4230
  • AS 4340
  • RMI 3750
  • One other course offered by the Department of Risk Management and Insurance with an AS, RMI or PFP prefix

A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses counted toward the minor. A 2.5 GSU GPA is required for all courses counted in the minor. Pre-requisites for courses are required unless consent of the instructor is given.

For specific information on possible courses, please contact the department, which is part of the Risk Management and Insurance department.

Students who wish to minor in CIS must take at least 15 hours including the following courses:

  • RCB students: 15 credit hours of CIS prefix courses, excluding CIS 2010
  • Non-RCB students: 15 credit hours of CIS prefix courses.

A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses counted toward the minor. A 2.5 GSU GPA is required for all courses counted in the minor. Pre-requisites for courses are required unless consent of the instructor is given.

For more information on the CIS minor and specific information on possible courses, please see the CIS minor website.

Students pursuing the Minor in Entrepreneurship must take five (5) courses in one of the two sequences below; courses that count toward a student's major cannot also count toward this minor.

Students graduating with a degree offered by the Robinson College of Business, including dual degree students where one degree is from the Robinson College of Business

  • ENI 3101 - Entrepreneurial Thinking for Startups
  • ENI 3102 - The Startup Venture
  • ENI 3103 - Commercializing the Startup
  • two courses from the list of Minor in Entrepreneurship Electives below

Students graduating with a degree not offered by the Robinson College of Business

  • BUSA 3090 - Survey of Business Principles for Non-Business Students
  • ENI 3101 - Entrepreneurial Thinking for Startups
  • ENI 3102 - The Startup Venture
  • ENI 3103 - Commercializing the Startup
  • one course from the list of Minor in Entrepreneurship Electives below

Minor in Entrepreneurship Electives

These courses may have prerequisites that must be satisfied separately unless consent of the instructor is given.
  • ENI 4100 - From Startup to Growth Company
  • MGS 4500 - Entrepreneurship/New Venture Management
  • MGS 4550 - Managing a Family Business
  • MGS 4560 - Small Business Management
  • MGS 4590 - Entrepreneurship Field Study
  • MK 3010 - Marketing Management
  • MK 4305 - Social Media Marketing
  • MK 4330 - Principles of Professional Sales
  • MK 4850 - Marketing for Entrepreneurs

Other courses can be substituted by permission of the program advisor.

Students who wish to minor in Finance must take at least 15 hours in finance including the following courses:

  • RCB students: 15 credit hours of FI prefix courses including FI 4000 but excluding FI 3300
  • Non-RCB students: 15 credit hours of FI prefix courses including FI 3300 and FI 4000

A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses counted toward the minor. A 2.5 GSU GPA is required for all courses counted in the minor. Pre-requisites for courses are required unless consent of the instructor is given.

For specific information on possible courses, please contact the department.

Students who wish to minor in Hospitality must take at least 15 hours including the following courses:

  • HADM 3010
  • Four additional 3000-level or 4000-level hospitality (prefix of HADM) courses for which the prerequisites have been met

A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses counted toward the minor. A 2.5 GSU GPA is required for all courses counted in the minor. Pre-requisites for courses are required unless consent of the instructor is given.

For specific information on possible courses, please contact the department.

Students who wish to minor in international business must take at least 15 hours, beyond BUSA 3000.

Possible courses include:

  • IB 3090
  • IB 4020
  • IB 4030
  • IB 4410 (various study abroad trips)
  • One other course either offered by the Institute of International Business (IB prefix) or selected foreign language class or other international business-related class.

A grade of C- or higher and a 2.5 GSU GPA is required in all courses counted toward the minor. Pre-requisites for courses are required unless consent of the instructor is given.

For specific information on possible courses, please see our website »

Students seeking a minor in Marketing must complete 15-18 hours of 3000- and 4000-level MK-prefixed courses. A minor in Marketing must include MK 3010 (Basic Marketing) and MK 4100 (Buyer Behavior). Students pursuing a BBA with a minor in Marketing must take BCOM 3950 as a co-requisite for MK 4100 and a prerequisite for other 4000-level MK courses. Non-business majors may substitute one of the following courses, or a comparable upper-level course that emphasizes effective oral/written communication, for BCOM 3950:

  • ENGL 3130 Business Writing
  • SPCH 3010 Advanced Public Speaking
  • SPCH 3210 Business and Professional Communication
  • JOUR 3500 Public Relations

A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses counted toward the minor. A 2.5 GSU GPA is required for all courses counted in the minor. Pre-requisites for courses are required unless consent of the instructor is given.

For specific information on possible courses, please contact the department.

Students who wish to minor in Real Estate must take at least 15 hours in real estate including the following courses:

  • RE3010
  • RE4050
  • RE4150
  • RE4160
  • One Real Estate prefix course offered at the 4000 level

A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses counted toward the minor. A 2.5 GSU GPA is required for all courses counted in the minor. Pre-requisites for courses are required unless consent of the instructor is given.

For specific information on possible courses, please contact the department.

Students who wish to minor in Risk Management and Insurance must take at least 15 hours of courses including the following:

  • RMI 3500
  • LglS 3020
  • LglS 4050
  • Two other courses offered by the Department of Risk Management and Insurance with an AS, RMI or PFP prefix

A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses counted toward the minor. A 2.5 GSU GPA is required for all courses counted in the minor. Pre-requisites for courses are required unless consent of the instructor is given.

For specific information on possible courses, please contact the department.