Online Degree Completion (BSBA)
In order to be admitted to the Online Degree Completion program you must first qualify for transfer admission to San Diego State University. Visit SDSU Transfer Admissions for more information.
How to Apply
Applications are accepted August 1 - August 31st for Spring Admission and October 1 - November 30th for Fall Admission. During the application period visit Cal State Apply to submit your application. When asked for a major, select “Business Admin (General) (BS) (Extension) (ONLINE PROGRAM)”. A $70 nonrefundable application fee is required to submit your application.
The estimated cost of tuition for Online Degree Completion (BSBA) is $24,500-$28,050.
Admission decisions for the Undergraduate Online Bachelor’s in Business program is based on the self-reported information provided on the Cal State Apply application.
If you are admitted, your admission is provisional pending verification of the self-reported information on your Cal State Apply application using your official transcript(s). Admission may be rescinded if your GPA or course grades are lower than what you reported on the application, or if you miss any admission deadlines. To ensure accuracy, refer to your college transcripts or education plan.
Use the following websites to determine how transfer course credits can be used to meet SDSU General Education and major preparation course requirements.
- The Transfer Admission Planner (TAP) includes course equivalency information for colleges and universities throughout the United States. You can also use TAP to identify any specific grade requirements for individual courses or combination of courses. TAP is updated annually to reflect the most current SDSU General Catalog information.
- The ASSIST website is the official repository of articulation for California's public colleges and universities.
All undergraduate students must demonstrate competency in upper division writing skills before graduating from SDSU with a bachelor’s degree. The Writing Placement Assessment (WPA) is a timed test used by SDSU to determine if a student’s writing skills fulfill the Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR). Based on the test results, some students will require an additional writing course or courses in order to fulfill this requirement.
As a student in the online program, you are required to take the WPA test between the time you are admitted and the end of your first semester. You are permitted to take the WPA twice in that semester and pay the testing fee each time you take the exam. If you do not take the exam in that semester, you won’t be allowed to register for future terms at SDSU.
Yes, use the materials available on SDSU's WPA website, write a practice essay and make an online appointment with a Writing Center tutor to discuss your essay.
Start by visiting SDSU’s Writing Center and registering there. After you have submitted the form, you will have access to the online appointment center. Look for tutors who offer online tutoring. When you register for an appointment with an online tutor, be sure to click “online tutoring” in the drop down menu on the form.
No. This program is fully online.
A student in the program can remedy the unit deficiency (think of these as unit electives) in a variety of ways. Among these ways include taking extra writing classes offered by the program, enrolling in summer classes offered at other CSUs through Cal State Online, and at local Community Colleges if less than 70 units have been transferred.
Not at this time.