Business Core Requirements
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) requires a minimum of 120 units of credit, consisting of 39 units in the Business Core, 21 units in a Business Concentration, 48 units of General Education, plus 12 units of other graduation requirements.
Please contact the Student Success Center for complete and up-to-date information about Business Core courses, Business Concentration courses, General Education courses, and other graduation requirements.
Business Major Concentrations
There are nine concentrations in the business major. Specific concentration requirements are found in the current SFSU Bulletin. CR/NC is not allowed in concentration courses, unless otherwise stated in the Bulletin.
- Business Analytics - Coming soon! Pending approval from California State University Chancellor's Office.
- Decision Sciences
- Entrepreneurial/Small Business Management (Temporarily Suspended)
- General Business
- Information Systems
- International Business
BSBA Online Degree Completion Program
Do you have at least 60 college credits and want to finish your BSBA degree? Through the College of Professional & Global Education (CPaGE), you may complete your BSBA with our 100% online degree completion program. The BSBA (concentration in General Business) Online Degree Completion program is designed to provide a solid foundation in the functional areas of business. Students will study the same curriculum, learn from the same faculty and earn the same degree as those enrolled in the on-campus program. Visit the CPaGE website to learn more and apply for the BSBA Online Degree Completion program (only for students with at least 60 college credits).
Business Administration Degree Guidance
How to Choose Classes for Your B.S. or B.A.
Learn how to use the Degree Planner to help assist you and your advisors in mapping courses towards degree completion.
These how-to guides are from the Undergraduate Advising Center (UAC):
- Understanding General Education Requirements
- How to Complete an SAP Appeal
- How to Look Up and Register for Classes Using the Class Schedule
- How to Look Up and Register for Classes Using Gator Scheduler
- Transfer Credit Report
- Degree Progress Report (DPR)
Learn more about the three advising centers available to you.