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Online Degree Completion
Business Administration (B.S.)

Online Degree Completion (BSBA)

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Online Degree Completion helps working professionals gain fundamental knowledge of the varied aspects of business and how sub-disciplines within a business interact to contribute to the success of a private or public sector organization.

 

 

Respected Degree

Go further with an AACSB accredited degree taught by top-50 public university business school faculty.

 

Outstanding Value

Bachelor’s degree holders earn $775k more than workers with some college or an associate’s degree and $990k more than those with just a high school diploma, according to U.S. Bureau of Statistics, 2016.

 

Convenient, Fast, Flexible

Allows you to earn a Bachelor’s degree around your professional and personal life in as little as 24 months and as few as 49 units.

 

Curriculum

The program is structured to be flexible and convenient. Each course is offered two times a year, in two of the following terms: fall, spring and summer. Each term is made up of two blocks of eight-week courses. So, a full-time student can take four courses each term but only need to focus on two courses at any given time.

The program also accommodates students who want to take courses on a part-time basis. Although each course is expected to be completed by the end of the 8-week block in which it is offered, the degree program is entirely self-paced to afford a student the option of slowing down by taking a lighter course load or speeding up by taking a heavier class load.

The program requires a minimum of 18 courses (49 units) or up to 20 courses (55 units) depending on writing proficiency. Writing proficiency is established by taking the Writing Profeciency Assesment (WPA) - no waivers available.

Theories, practices, and concepts to provide planning and control information to decision makers; tax considerations that impact managerial planning and decision making. 
Theoretical concepts and dimensions of ethics in business decisions. Ethics of decision alternatives using different approaches and philosophies, with application of an integrative ethical decision model to cases from various business sub disciplines.
Introduction to the program of study leading to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Integration of various business disciplines to accomplish strategic goals. Presentation of the concept of global awareness, one of the fundamental pillars of global competency necessary in today's business world.
Objectives of financial management. Financing the business enterprise. Internal financial management. Introduction to the cost of capital, valuation, dividend policy, leverage, international finance, and the techniques of present value and its applications. Sources of capital.
Human behavior at individual, interpersonal, and group levels including effect of organization structure on behavior. Emphasis on managerial roles, historical evolution of management, ethics, and behavior in multicultural contexts.
Managerial concepts and quantitative methods associated with the design, execution, and management of operations and supply chain systems.
Function of marketing in organizations and society. Strategic marketing planning in domestic and global settings to include marketing concepts, consumer behavior, market research, product planning, pricing, distribution, promotion, and influence of the external environment on marketing decisions.
Prepare students for careers after college and transition from college to career. Personal preparation and analysis of identification of best career options for each student.
Integration of business administration principles and concepts for strategy design, implementation, and control in domestic and global markets. Establishment of top management policy emphasized through case studies, experiential exercises, and simulations.
Measures of risk and return. Methods of security analysis, valuation, and capital asset pricing model. Portfolio theory and management; stocks, bonds, options, and futures; hedging; mutual funds and partnerships; and investment taxation.
Acquisition, development, maintenance, and termination of human resources in accordance to goals of the organization.
Leadership, communicating vision, initiating changes and innovation, and developing leadership competencies through self-assessment.

Origins and strategies of abstract and theoretical approaches to bargaining and negotiation in business situations faced by managers and leaders.

Systems development life cycle concept, with emphasis on analysis of requirements using structured methodology. Acquisition strategies, application design alternatives, architecture design, feasibility study, implementation plans, needs assessment, and prototyping.
Consumer behavior concepts and theories for developing, implementing, and assessing marketing strategy. Psychological, social, and environmental factors in understanding of needs, wants, preferences, and decision making related to consumption behaviors. 
Food and nutrient classifications, functions, requirements, and recommendations. Relationship of nutrition to health, fitness, performance, and disease. Menus and recipes, food packaging labels, nutrition literature.
Ethical issues of contemporary life. Individualism vs. collectivism; democracy vs. dictatorship; ethical problems arising in law, medicine, business, government and interpersonal relationships.
Concepts, definitions, and measures of essential cultural components of tourism. Integrated view of interrelated socio-cultural tourism issues with an understanding and appreciation of diverse cultures.
Academic prose, emphasizing purposes, structures, and styles of academic writing, with particular emphasis on elements of argument. Designed to improve students' ability to plan, draft, revise, and edit essays, as well as to improve their ability to read and analyze complex academic texts.
Composing effective texts and presentations for a wide range of business purposes, audiences, settings, and genres. Enhancing critical reading and writing skills by exploring how content contributes to meaning and effectiveness in business documents.

 

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