Ross students have access to one of the world's greatest research universities, with opportunities for interdisciplinary learning in a wide range of academic and professional fields. Research institutes and centers and partnerships with other University units drive Ross' intellectual vitality.
The Ross BBA emphasizes action-based learning, quantitative analysis, and team-oriented projects. Our program focuses on leadership and career development both inside and outside the classroom. Students enter the program after one or more years of college then continue at Ross for three years of full-time enrollment (Fall-Winter).
The core curriculum begins with an introduction to the basic business fundamentals. A vast array of dual degrees, minors, and electives offers individualization and deeper immersion into the subject areas of greatest interest.
120 Credits = BBA Degree
- 45+ business credits
- 54+ liberal arts credits
- 21 elective credits
- Can include up to 45 college credits completed before admission to the BBA program, including AP, IB, A-level, and transfer credit
Answer the fundamental question: "What is a business?" Explore the case method of learning. Consult with healthcare practitioners, entrepreneurs, and other professionals to resolve actual business issues. Do it all by taking Ross electives in Accounting; Business Law, History, and Communication; Entrepreneurial Studies; Finance; Management and Organizations; Marketing; Strategy; and Technology and Operations.