You can count some courses twice toward your degree in the School of Business Administration. Here’s how that works:
You can double-count one course between two concentrations in all but the international business concentration, where no double counting is allowed.
A course taken to fulfill a concentration requirement may not be double-counted to satisfy a requirement in the Broadening, International, or Experiential area for the Business Administration major.
Students in the School of Business may also earn minors from other areas of the University. Up to six credits of courses taken to satisfy requirements of minors may be double-counted to satisfy the requirements of majors and concentrations in the School of Business.