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Business Administration

Our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, offered on UNE's seaside campus in Biddeford,  provides a strong base of knowledge in all of the functional areas of business. You gain a grounding in accounting, business law, economics, finance, management and marketing. By the time you graduate, you possess the practical skills and competencies in a variety of media and technologies to thrive in today's competitive business world.

As a Business Administration major you have the opportunity to focus your study in one of six  concentrations:


You learn about the organizational, operational and sales aspects of management, and gain nonprofit management techniques.


You develop strategic and tactical marketing skills, including those used in both digital media and global environments.


You study the impact of the economy on individuals, society and global business development.

International Business

You examine the roles that cultural differences, globalization and worldwide trends play in the global marketplace. 

Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship

You apply the concepts of sustainability to the creation of a new venture with triple bottom line responsibility and ecological value.

Health Sector Management

You consider how U.S. health care policies and systems impact businesses in the health sector. You also learn about the growing pharmaceutical and bio-technology industries.

We also offer a Business Administration minor and an Economics minor.

To learn more about the program, see Curriculum or visit the Catalog.

Honors Program

We offer qualified students the option of participating in our Honors Program and graduating with Honors. This includes significant research, scholarship, or creative activity under the direction of a faculty member. You should consult with your major advisor or department chair for specific criteria and requirements.