The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree program (BABA-GBA) combines core business courses with area of specialization courses offered by other UF departments. What the school does best is ensure that all students enjoy opportunities beyond core academics. A Master of Arts in Business Administration is an academic program typically offered by the university’s college of arts and sciences or the school of business.
The pARTnership Movement demonstrates how the arts can help businesses enhance the critical thinking and creative skills of their workforce and how arts organizations can develop new innovative business strategies. An area of specialization is a degree requirement for Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration – General Studies (BA-GBA) majors only. Depending on the university, this degree may also be called Master of Arts in Business, Master of Arts in Leadership or Master of Arts in Management.
Since its inception, Arts & Business has been committed to offering Advanced Placement classes to all students, not just high achievers. Whether your audience is artists, arts administrators, local business leaders, or a combination of all three, Americans for the Arts is ready and willing to lead a workshop in your community! The arts help you build market share, enhance your brand and reach new customers. An MBA program is a professional program typically offered by the university’s school of business.
General studies majors (BABA-GBA) must declare an area of specialization by the first semester of the sophomore year or during the first semester as a junior transfer student (see a Heavener School of Business advisor in 333 Heavener Hall, or send us your request via email).
Students who exit the course prior to completion, and have completed the relevant number of credit points of study and appropriate subjects, may be eligible for the award of Advanced Diploma of Arts. You must declare your area of specialization by the end of your third semester at UF. If you do not declare your area of specialization by that time, the School of Business will place a registration hold on your record. Through our local pARTnership Movement workshop program, Americans for the Arts can come directly to you and your community to help you get started. The Bachelor of Arts and Business is a three year degree jointly taught by UNSW Arts & Social Sciences and the UNSW Business School. Our work is achieved through the leadership of the BCA Executive Board , a group of business CEOs who provide leadership on key initiatives including messaging, advocacy, and strategic alliances within the private-sector community.