The Accounting Concentration provides students with a comprehensive foundation in accounting concepts, principles, and ethics by advancing the profession through excellence in accounting education, use of technology, research, and outreach activities. The Concentration prepares students to obtain accounting certifications, to pursue advanced degrees, and for practice in a diverse business setting.
The Finance concentration prepares students for careers in general business, investments, commercial banking, small business ownerships and entrepreneurships, financial planning and international institutions. The concentration requires graduates to incorporate comprehensive and relevant financial theories with competencies in economics, statistics, information systems management and ethics to solve complex problems, make value-added decisions and mitigate and manage evolving business risks. The concentration meets the general standards used by concentration accrediting bodies in measuring quality programs in higher education.
The Management concentration prepares students for diverse and innovative managerial and professional positions in the global marketplace. The Management concentration focuses on providing students with the knowledge and skills to analyze problems, communicate solutions, make decisions and understand the impact of their decisions.
The Marketing concentration provides an environment of excellence in marketing education that serves the diverse needs of our stakeholders. The concentration prepares students by developing specialized skills in the management of communications, customer relationships, and the delivery of value to customers.
The Sport Management concentration is designed to introduce sport industry concepts to the students. In addition, it will serve as a base to prepare students for entry level employment in the field through networking and internship experiences.
To inquire about this program contact:
Dalton Heck | 423.869.6450 | [email protected]
*Students currently enrolled in the BBA concentrations Professional Golf Management and Small Business and Entrepreneurship will be in a teach-out mode beginning FALL 2018. Students will need to refer to the undergraduate catalog associated with the year of LMU enrollment and work with their academic advisor for course and program completion schedule.