Cox BBA students are prepared with the tools and network to advance in any career.


As a BBA student at the Cox School, you’ll take 11 core courses to build a solid grounding in business theory and skills. You'll then choose from seven majors and add four specialization to focus on your specific goals — like many Cox undergrads, you may discover new passions and avenues as you explore the dynamic world of business. If you need support in navigating the academic landscape, Cox Academic Advisors are always ready to help.

Majors & Specializations

After you complete your core BBA coursework, you’ll pursue a major to hone your skills and focus your energy around your specific goals and interests. You can sharpen your edge even further by choosing a specialization, with topics ranging from risk management to real estate.

Business Analytics and Supply Chain Management
General Business
Real Estate (*also a specialization)

Energy Management
Real Estate


Are you seeking to strengthen your business skills?

The Cox Minor in Business curriculum is designed to provide non-business students with a solid foundation in business basics to complement their primary areas of academic interest. There are no GPA-based admission criteria for this program or its individual classes. Classes are offered throughout the academic year.

Minor in Business Curriculum

The Minor in Business is an 18-credit-hour program in which students take four required courses and two upper level elective business courses. 

In addition to the two upper level business elective classes, the following required courses make up the Minor in Business:

  • ACCT 2301 Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • FINA 3320 Financial Management
  • MKTG 3340 Fundamentals of Marketing
  • MNO 3370 Management of Organizations