Division of Management, Marketing, and Business Administration
About the Division
The objective of the Division of Management, Marketing, and Business Administration is to provide students with degree programs that afford a broad range of career opportunities for individuals who desire to specialize in Management, Marketing, General Business, or Healthcare Administration.
We offer several Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degrees. Our BBA in Management includes tracks in Business Management, International Business and Development, and Human Resource Management. Our BBA in General Business offers tracks in General Business and Entrepreneurship. We also offer a BBA in Marketing and a BBA in Health Care Administration.
Additionally, we offer a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree. This degree is for students who have earned an Associate of Applied Science technical degree or have obtained at least 45 technical credits from an associate-degree granting institution. Our BAS degree includes concentrations in the following areas: Management/Marketing, Human Resources, Health Care Administration, and Hospitality Service Management.
In addition to a well-balanced background in general education, our curriculum includes core courses in accounting, economics, finance, and communication in order to establish a strong common body of knowledge in business administration.
Welcome to Delta State University’s Division of Management, Marketing, and Business Administration. Our faculty members focus on producing new knowledge and preparing students to lead in a rapidly changing business environment. Courses are taught by faculty members from around the world bringing rich experiences and diverse perspectives.
Our division offers four programs of study which lead to a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management, Marketing, Healthcare Administration, or General Business. We also provide three concentrations within the Management program: Management, International Business and Development, and Human Resource Management. Within General Business, we offer concentrations in General Business and Entrepreneurship.
This website provides a guide to the majors, student clubs, special resources, as well as to the work and research of the faculty.
Tomeka Harbin, PhD
Chair, Associate Professor of Management