College of Business & Economics

Department of e-Business & Technology Management

Combined e-Business & Business Administration Major (XEBBA)

You can improve your competitiveness in the job market by enhancing your skill set and differentiating yourself from other job candidates with a combined major in e-Business and business administration.

The e-Business major focuses on the skills needed to understand business technology. The program provides students with the ability to apply and adopt cutting-edge technologies to ensure efficient and effective operations in business. Internships offer students an additional competitive advantage when they enter the workplace with experience.

The business administration major provides a broad curriculum with the opportunity to focus on a select area of study.

This combined major allows you to pursue a concentration/track in management, marketing or project management and business analysis.

Degree Requirements 

A Double-Major for Towson Students in Management and Marketing
The e-Business major at Towson provides a unique opportunity. If you are a current business administration major with a management or marketing concentration, you can graduate with a double major in business administration and e-Business by taking only a few more courses. Not only would you have the distinction of a double major in a cutting-edge field, you would pick up additional skills that can give you a distinctive competitive edge in the employment market.

>> Side-by-side comparison of the Management (MNGT) concentration and the e-Business Major (PDF)

>> Side-by-side comparison of the Marketing (MKTG) concentration and the e-Business Major (PDF)

Applying to the Major

Admission to the e-Business and business administration combined major is selective. Students are admitted to the major on a competitive basis after first being admitted to the university. Before applying to the e-business major students must first declare a “pre-e-Business” major and complete the lower-level prerequisites and other requirements. Students are required to meet with their faculty adviser each term to evaluate their progress in completing the requirements for admission to the major.

>> Applying to the Major

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