Business Administration (BSBA) Online
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
The BSBA was developed to afford busy adults a degree option that would recognize the full range of their abilities in a convenient and flexible format. In addition to completing the general curriculum core, all BSBA candidates must complete a business core and a concentration in either accountancy, management or healthcare management.
Business Core Requirements
All BSBA majors will take a core of business courses. These courses are the common subjects that differentiate a business degree from other degree programs. The following is a list of these courses.
|BA-155||Principles of Marketing||3|
|BA-151||Principles of Management||3|
|AC-151||Principles of Accounting I||3|
|AC-152||Principles of Accounting II||3|
|BL-161||Introduction to Law and Contracts||3|
|EC-300||Statistics for Business and Economics||3|
|FN-410||Business Finance (required for accounting majors)||3|
|or FN-401||Introduction to Corporate Finance||3|
Special Note on Core Curriculum
Students in the BSBA programs are encouraged to take CS-150 as part of their natural science requirement.
Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Concentration in Business Management
|BA-496||Seminar in Business Administration||3|
|BA-325||Ethics: Business and Economic Community||3|
Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Concentration in Healthcare Management
|HM-210||Healthcare Issues and Organization||3|
|HM-310||Budgeting and Financing in the Healthcare Industry||3|
|HM-380||Legal and Ethical Aspects of Healthcare Management||3|
|HM-480||Advanced Concepts in Healthcare Management and Marketing||3|
Special Note on Major Requirements
Business Administration majors are required to maintain a 2.3 average or higher in all of their BA and cognate requirements in order to graduate.