Think business is “just” business? Think again. With the ever-changing advancements in today’s world, business isn’t the same as it was 20, 15, or even five years ago. Your chances for a successful career increase considerably when you receive your business degree at a college that’s focused on the future. We teach students how to be successful in start-ups, small businesses, and nonprofits — the sources of nimble innovation in today’s world. These free-thinking, fast-moving organizations are changing the face of business and driving innovation through the creative application of business principles.
Our bachelor’s degree in Business Administration provides you with the business competencies that employers look for in their workforce. Our program of study integrates analysis of theory, case studies, and research allowing you the ability to apply these to practical situations in the field. You will also learn business law and ethics, human resource management, management, customer relations in a multicultural world, and targeted marketing and social media.
Whether you’re a traditional student moving through a 4-year program or an adult learner who wants to complete your degree for greater opportunities, this degree path is right for you.
Students enrolled in the Business Administration program who takes three or more classes per semester while maintaining a 3.0 GPA are eligible to receive a scholarship worth 40% of their tuition.
Industry settings where you can work with this degree:
In addition to major core requirements, all students enrolled in bachelor's degree programs must complete a minimum of 46 credits in general education (40 credits in the general education college core and 6 credits in programmatic general education courses).
Business Administration Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of all business administration program requirements, graduates will be able to:
- Communicate clearly and concisely both verbally and in writing.
- Acquire, analyze, and synthesize data for operational and strategic decision-making.
- Recommend ethical behaviors, promote corporate social responsibility, and engage in social enterprise.
- Evaluate the global environment and position the business unit demonstrating multicultural awareness.
- Manage and coordinate people, business processes, and business resources.
- Develop and implement components of a business plan.