Program Details

Bachelor of Business Administration
Concentration in Accounting

School of Business and Public Management
Academic Commons North 235
Program Coordinator:
Dr. Wanda DeLeo  279-5939

Integrating an innovative curriculum, highly regarded faculty, a supportive academic environment, and a vibrant business community, the BBA focuses on developing sound decision-making skills, up-to-date and evolving business competencies, and the application of learning to real-world organizations. All students participate in a required internship and service-learning activities focused on developing entrepreneurial spirit, teamwork skills and valued abilities.

During the Freshman and Sophomore years, students pursuing the BBA degree are required to take 60 total credit hours: in the core curriculum in Areas A through F. In the junior and senior years students generally are required to complete a 36 hour common core, an 18 hour concentration, and 12 hours of directed electives. Upon completion of all degree requirements students are awarded a BBA degree with a major in General Business with a concentration in the selected area. 30 Credits of upper level courses must be completed at CCGA.

Students are strongly advised to regularly see their BBA advisor as concentration courses are offered over a two-year cycle.

Students may enroll in the BBA degree program at any time. Prior to enrolling in junior and senior level courses students generally have:

  1. Earned a minimum of 60 credit hours in Area A-F [(A) Essential Skills, 9 hours; (B) Institutional Options, 4 hours; Humanities/Fine Arts, 6 hours; (D) Science and Math, 11 hours; (E) Social Sciences, 12 hours; and (F) Business Administration, 18 hours].
  2. A grade of C or better in all Area F courses, MATH 1111 and MATH 2112.
  3. An institutional GPA of 2.0 or better.
  4. Met all prerequisites for the courses in which they plan to enroll.

Residency Requirements
In addition to the general College of Coastal Georgia baccalaureate residency requirements, the BBA has the following additional policies: At least 30 hours of upper division BBA courses must be taken at CCGA. Courses taken as required for Area F cannot be counted toward the residency requirement. 

Core Curriculum  (Click to display or hide)

Program Curriculum

Total Credits Required for Graduation 120

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