Bachelor of Science in Management, Entrepreneurship, and Business Administration (MEBA)

This Bachelor of Science program prepares the student for a successful career in the modern job market by teaching them how to recognize opportunities and create value in both new and existing organizations. This program draws on three disciplines providing skills in Entrepreneurship, Managerial Decision Making, and Business Administration, and prepares the student to take leadership, management, and entrepreneurial roles in the public and private sectors. The student is taught skills such as strategic thinking, motivating and managing nationally and internationally diverse workforces, building and leading team efforts, negotiating successfully, and instituting planned change in organizations. MEBA is a high- quality business program advancing research at the intersection of innovation, leadership and entrepreneurship. Students may concentrate in: Individualized Concentration, Digital Health, Digital Marketing, Business Analytics, or Entrepreneurship.

Program Goals

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Management, Entrepreneurship, and Business Administration program are able to:

    • Recognize business opportunities and identify competitive advantages;
    • Plan business operations, new organizational processes, and entrepreneurial ventures;
    • Effectively lead and participate in teamwork to build exceptional organizations; and,
    • Describe and resolve ethical, legal, and social factors when solving modern business

Management and eBusiness Requirements with Individualized Concentration –The program requires a total of 40 semester hours:  a) 30 semester hours from the required Core courses:  MEBA 110, 210, 220, 230, 310, 320, 350, 420, and MEBA 470 and 480; and b) 19 semester hours completed from the list of concentration electives.

Individualized Concentration – 49 semester hours

The following courses comprise the individualized concentration of the Management and eBusiness program.  The semester hour value of each course appears in parentheses ().

Complete all of the following Core courses – 30 semester hours

MEBA 110
Introduction to eBusiness and Management
(3 credits)
MEBA 210
Introduction to Internet and Web Technologies
(3 credits)
MEBA 220
Principles of Business Management
(3 credits)
MEBA 230
Marketing in the Digital Age
(3 credits)
MEBA 310
eCommerce and mCommerce
(3 credits)
MEBA 320 
Financial and Managerial Accounting
(3 credits)
MEBA 350
Financial Management
(3 credits)
MEBA 420
International Business and Strategies
(3 credits)
MEBA 470
Business Systems Analysis, Modeling and Design
(3 credits)
MEBA 480
Enterprise Architectures and Integration
(3 credits)

Complete 19 semester hours from the following courses:

CISC 120 
Fundamentals of Computing
(4 credits)
CISC 160
Data Structures
(4 credits)
CISC 211
Computer Organization & Architecture
(4 credits)
CISC 211
Computer Organization & Architecture
(4 credits)
CISC 330
Computer Networks
(4 credits)
CISC 300
Web Technologies and Applications
(4 credits)
CISC 340
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
(4 credits)
CISC 460
SQL Database Design & Implementation
(4 credits)
CISC 491
SW Development Processes & Quality
(4 credits)
GEND 400
The Entrepreneurial Mind
(3 credits)
GEND 425
Globalization
(3 credits)
IMED 110
Introduction to Digital Design
(2 credits)
IMED 170 
Visual Design Fundamentals
(4 credits)
IMED 240
Interactive Media I
(4 credits)
IMED 330
Information Visualization
(3 credits)
MEBA 330
Sales and Sales Management
(3 credits)
MEBA 360
Introduction to Healthcare Systems
(3 credits)
MEBA 380
Special Topics in Management and eBusiness
(3 credits)
MEBA 381 
Special Topics in Digital Health
(3 credits)
MEBA 390
Directed Study
(1-3 credits)
MEBA 410
Business Entrepreneurship in Practice
(3 credits)
MEBA 411
Entrepreneurial Investment
(3 credits)
MEBA 430
Business Law
(3 credits)
MEBA 440
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
(3 credits)
MEBA 464
eGovernment and mGovernment
(3 credits)
MEBA 472
Business Intelligence and Decision Support
(3 credits)

Management and eBusiness Requirements with Digital Health Concentration –The program requires a total of 49 semester hours:  a) 34 semester hours from the required Core courses:  MEBA 110, 210, 220, 230, 310, 320, 350, 420, 470, 480, and CISC 410; and b) 15 semester hours completed in Digital Health concentration courses.

Digital Health at Harrisburg University Concentration – 49 semester hours

The following courses comprise the HU Digital Health concentration of the Management and eBusiness program.  The semester hour value of each course appears in parentheses ().

Complete all of the following Core courses – 34 semester hours

CISC 410
Information Technology Project Management
(4 credits)
MEBA 110
Introduction to eBusiness and Management
(3 credits)
MEBA 210
Introduction to Internet and Web Technologies
(3 credits)
MEBA 220
Principles of Business Management
(3 credits)
MEBA 230
Marketing in the Digital Age
(3 credits)
MEBA 310
eCommerce and mCommerce
(3 credits)
MEBA 320
Financial and Managerial Accounting
(3 credits)
MEBA 350
Financial Management
(3 credits)
MEBA 420 
International Business and Strategies
(3 credits)
MEBA 470
Business Analysis, Modeling and Design
(3 credits)
MEBA 480
Enterprise Architecture and Integration
(3 credits)

Complete all of the following courses – 15 semester hours

MEBA 360
Introduction to Healthcare Systems
(3 credits)
MEBA 381
Special Topics in Digital Health
(6 credits)
ISEM 542
Health Informatics and Information Systems
(3 credits)
ISEM 543
Digital Health
(3 credits)