I selected Business although we didn't have a business college when I graduated. The Board of Regents didn't believe that the state needed to offer the same degrees at the two large universities. For example, ISU didn't have business degree and SUI (which they were called then and is an appropo word to call them now) didn't have an agricultural degree program.
To work around this issue, ISU offered an Industrial Administration degree (one course required from the engineering college such as an Industrial Engineering class to justify a degree called Industrial Administration) and the others from the College of Science and Humanities. I don't know what degrees are issued now but I have a BS rather than a BA or BBA.
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