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.
In addition to the core curriculum requirements, BSBA students must complete the business core courses and concentration courses as detailed on the following pages.
- Cyber Security (available on-line)
- Digital Marketing
- General Studies
- Organizational Leadership
- Social Sciences
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.