B.S. in Business Administration
The College of Business and Economics is committed to providing a broad and flexible professional education. The program offers students the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the changing global business environment and to prepare students for success in their professional careers. Recognizing the importance of ethics in the business community, business ethics is an important component in three of our required core classes.
The Business Administration major program is structured around a set of core courses enabling students to develop general business perspective and skills. Students are required to choose an area of specialization (option) corresponding to their desired career path. In addition, the program allows students flexibility to customize their program by choosing business elective courses. These electives may be chosen to further strengthen their preparation in their chosen option or to explore other subjects. The program is designed to encourage students to actively participate in shaping their program to fit their individual needs.
- Learning Outcomes
- Curriculum Matrix
- Assessment Plan
- AACSB Maintenance of Accreditation Report
- AACSB Letter of Accreditation
- Planning for Distinction Report
- 4 students received 2014 CalCPA East Bay Chapter Scholarships.
- 1 student received 2014 Financial Women of San Francisco U/G Scholarship
- 5 students joined Big 4 Accounting firms in 2014. A number of other students joined other Accounting firms such as Sansiba San Filippo LLP, Eichstaedt.
- The Epsilon Psi Chapter of CBE achieved superior status for 2012-13.
- David Murray, adjunct faculty in CBE hosted a Federal Reserve University Symposium on Nov 22, 2013 at CSUEB Hayward campus. Several university student teams gave presentations within the context of a simulated FOMC meeting. Speakers from the Fed gave introduction of the Federal Open Market Committee and monetary policy, and moderated the QA.
- Students in various marketing classes completed 30 research projects for both profit and non-profit organizations as part of their class projects.
- Dr. Robert Loveland, professor of finance, received the Southwestern Finance Association Outstanding Paper Award at the 2014 SWFA meeting in Dallas, TX for his paper, "What Drives Activity in the Banking Industry?"
- Dr. Scott Fung, professor of finance, was selected as an outstanding reviewer for Review of Accounting in the Emerald Literati Network 2014
- Dr. Tammie Simmons-Mosley, professor of finance, received Real Estate Program Improvement Grant from the California State University Real Estate and Land Use Institute.
- Dr. Zinovy Radovilsky, professor of management, received Best Paper Award at the 26th Annual CSU-POM Conference in Sacramento, CA, February 2014.
- The College has maintained its AACSB accreditation. The accreditation is for 5 years and will continue through the 2018-19 academic year.
- In 2014, the Princeton Review rated Cal State East Bay a "Best in the West" College. Many students choose CSUEB for its “affordable” tuition, “small class sizes,” and “strong” business, nursing, and teaching programs. Students say CSUEB is dedicated to “helping the students get where they need to be as soon as possible” so that they can be “ready for the real world.”
- CBE received a Wells Fargo grant of $30,000 for its new Financial Literacy Center.