College of Business Administration
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration
The Online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in General Business (BSBA) degree program sets students up to have a strong foundation in a variety of business disciplines. In addition to completing all university requirements, students take introductory courses in accounting and economics. Students also take core courses in study areas ranging from business law and international business to finance, management and marketing. Additional courses in more specific disciplines such as entrepreneurship and real estate are included, as are professional development courses in business communication, career management and business computing.
“AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, OUR PASSION GOES BEYOND OUR WALLS — AND SO DO OUR OPPORTUNITIES.”
“The UF online program is designed for students whose commitments make traditional campus attendance impractical, our online program stands at the forefront, providing flexible academic options with the same elite faculty and rigor that makes us a leading university and top research institution. We connect people with opportunities, remove barriers and set the standard for online higher education. UF Online graduates earn the same elite degree they would receive on campus, and they will be at the top of the list for the best employers in the country.”
Terry College of Business
The Terry College of Business online Bachelor of Business Administration degree provides students with a strong business foundation. The program is designed for working professionals and military personnel, and it prepares its graduates for careers in management and entrepreneurship.
The same faculty teach the university’s online and on-campus courses, and they offer the same tuition regardless of a student’s residency.
Online business degree program courses include business law, financial management, financial modeling, statistical analysis for business, consumer buyer behavior, international strategic management, operations management, and organizational behavior.
Rutgers Business School
The Rutgers Business School offers an online Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree program. The curriculum is designed to give students who have an associate degree a broad foundation in business administration. Students learn to apply their business knowledge to real-world scenarios.
Student can complete the program on a full-time or part-time basis. Students can choose one of two tracks: a general track or hospitality management track.
“The Rutgers Online Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (BBA) program delivers a cutting-edge curriculum taught by exceptional faculty. The program provides convenience to participants who will be able to complete their degree in a fully 100% online environment.”
“Program highlights include world-class Rutgers faculty, who incorporate their experiences into the classroom, guaranteed degree completion at your pace, global integration with international studies opportunities, and a degree from a renowned business school accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).”
Penn State World Campus
The Penn State World Campus, Penn state’s online camp us, offers more than 125 undergraduate and graduate degrees online as well as certificates in a variety of program areas. The Pennsylvania State University was founded in 1855, and it is a space-grant, sea-grant, land-grant and sun-grant university. The main campus enrolls more than 47,000 students.
The online bachelor of science in business program covers subjects ranging from business law and finance to management and marketing. Students can also customize their studies by choosing a track between accounting, entrepreneurship, financial services, health services, and management and marketing.
“Employers are looking for versatile business professionals to evaluate and respond to their organization's challenges. As a student in the Bachelor of Science in Business program, offered online through Penn State World Campus, you will gain broad exposure to the most important disciplines of business, including accounting, finance, management, and marketing. Then, you will tailor your program by electing an 18-credit specialized option based on your unique career aspirations and areas of strength.
This online business degree, offered in partnership with the business schools from 17 of Penn State's campuses, integrates a theory-to-practice approach that strengthens your problem-solving skills while delivering an experience that is contemporary and relevant.”
“By exposing you to core aspects of business, the B.S. in Business program offers a comprehensive overview of the field that can help you develop a multifaceted skillset and operate more effectively within cross-functional teams. This broad understanding of business, combined with an immersion into the specialization of your choice, can enhance your value to employers and expand your career opportunities.”
5) University of Alabama
Culverhouse College of Business
The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business offers an online Bachelor of Science in commerce and business administration degree program. The online business degree covers important areas of business administration to help students develop the knowledge and skills needed for a successful career. These areas include finance, human resources, entrepreneurship, management, and marketing.
“Your Future Is Our Business”
“In the business world, The University of Alabama is a well-respected name. By earning your UA degree online from Culverhouse College of Business, you can reach your career goals without sacrificing your current position. The flexible, online courses are designed to provide you with a broad understanding of business.”
“By earning a college degree from a distinguished university, you are making a significant investment in yourself and your future. The University of Alabama's online bachelor's is AACSB accredited, which is the benchmark of quality worldwide and is widely sought after by business schools. Less than five percent of institutions worldwide have earned the achievement.”