Joint programsHomepage / Academic Programs / Williams School of Business / Courses and Programs / Joint programs Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) B.A. Major Business Joint programs Minors Certificate in Business Administration Co-Op SEED Portfolio Joint programsThree programs are offered in collaboration with other departments in order to enrich the student experience and better prepare them for the workplace. Students get the best of two worlds!Follow your passion and get a high-quality educationB.A. Major in Arts AdministrationB.A. Major in Arts AdministrationThe 75-credit interdisciplinary program combines the study of business, the creative arts and arts administration to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to be active participants in the cultural sector. In addition to the core courses in business and the core courses in one of the creative arts (Drama, Fine Arts, Film Studies, Music or Public History), students also take 15 required credits in Arts Administration. As they proceed through the program, they will enroll in two practicum courses: AAD 253 (Internal Practicum), where they will be placed with an on-campus organization (Centennial Theatre, Foreman Art Gallery, Musique Chez Nous, Drama department, etc.) for their first work experience; and nearer to graduation AAD 353 (External Practicum), in an off-campus cultural venue consistent with their disciplinary focus.Consult the Division of Humanities section of the Academic Calendar for program requirements and the Arts Administration website for more information.B.A. Major in Information TechnologyB.A. Major in Information TechnologyThis program provides the necessary skills and knowledge to work/design/participate within organizations that manage large amounts of data and provide services to a large number of users.Consult the Computer Science section of the Academic Calendar for program requirements and the BAIT web page for more information.B.A. Major in Sports StudiesB.A. Major in Sports StudiesThis program exposes students to the social, biological, political, business and economic aspects of sport in society.Consult the Sports Studies section of the Academic Calendar for program requirements and the Sports Studies website for more information.TimetableAcademic Calendar Are you ready to BU? Take a campus tour Admission requirements Admission processApply to study at BUQuestions?Have questions about studying Business Administration at Bishop’s? We encourage you to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.