Business Administration (BA)

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BA 560 TOPICS IN BUSINESS1-3 Credits

Topics or seminars will be selected as needed to keep students abreast of contemporary issues in business.

BA 600 INDEPENDENT STUDY OR RESEARCH1-3 Credits

Research in an area of special interest or need. The topic and the amount of work required are determined by the number of credit hours Prerequisites: Prior to registration, obtain permission of the instructor, Dean of Graduate Studies, and Academic Vice President.

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BA 623 MANAGERIAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY3 Credits

An applicative and analytical examination of USDA agricultural, fiber, conservational, and rural economic policies. Analyses of applications of concepts to international trade, rural government and law, the structure of rural economic development, agribusiness financing, and tangential areas common of agribusiness in international and domestic markets.

Cross-Listed: AGRI623/BA623

BA 655 SCHOLARLY PROJECT1-6 Credits

Original research as prescribed under Plan II, as listed under Program Requirements. Project pertaining to a field of specialization and designed in consultation with student's graduate committee. Includes a paper summarizing the project. Prerequisites: Prior to registration, the proposal must be approved by the student's committee and Dean of Graduate Studies.

BA 660 THESIS1-6 Credits

Original research as prescribed under Plan I, as listed under Program Requirements. Requirements: Must complete six (6) credit hours. Prerequisites: Prior to registration, the proposal must be approved by the student's committee and Dean of Graduate Studies.

BA 690 INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESS1-6 Credits

Provides practical work experience in business. Interested students should contact the Career and Academic Planning Services office to secure application materials. The amount of credit will be based on the availability of a suitable work position, the qualifications of the applicant and the work hours required. Requirements: Students must first complete a minimum of 18 course credits in their degree program. Prerequisites: Application should be made prior to the semester the internship will be started.

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