Set yourself up for many successful career paths when you pursue a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from Queens College.
Located in New York City, the home of Wall Street and the United Nations Headquarters, Queens College students have the opportunity to live and study in the heart of one of the world's most important economic centers.
Students enrolled in Queens College’s BBA program will learn the foundational skills needed for the modern business world through rigorous coursework, internships and extracurricular activities.
The BBA program allows students to pursue rewarding careers or graduate study with a major in one of three areas:
Students interested in Finance will become fluent in the language and mechanics of the global banking industry.
Those on the international business track will become dynamic problem-solvers able to navigate the challenges of multinational trade, finance and economic development.
Students pursuing Actuarial Studies will gain the mathematics and professional knowledge needed to pass the profession’s exams.
Along with a strong foundation in Business Administration, students at Queens College will receive a well-rounded liberal arts education to develop quantitatively, writing and interpersonal skills that prepare them for the challenges of global business.
Students have access to many groups and extracurricular learning opportunities to support their education and career path, including:
Students enrolled in Internship for Economics (ECON 393) will have the chance to gain real-world experience through an internship at one of New York City’s countless industry-leading employers. Recently, students pursuing the BBA have completed (or participated in) the following internships:
Queens College and the Department of Economics also offer thousands of dollars’ worth of competitive scholarships every year, including:
Students typically apply to declare the Bachelor of Business Administration during their second or third year of study at Queens College. Students may apply after completing four core courses ECON101 Microeconomics, ECON102 Macroeconomics, ACCT101 ACCOUNTING and ACCT102 ACCOUNTING. In each of the four core courses, students must have a grade of C- or better, with an average of B- (GPA 2.7) or better. Students must maintain a 2.7 GPA in their studies to graduate with the BBA. Students should confirm current requirements to declare the GPA in the Queens College Undergraduate Bulletin, speak with an academic advisor or the Department of Economics.