Bachelor of Business Administration
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), a transfer-friendly degree offered by the Robert L. Tillman School of Business, is perfect for working adults because it is available 100% online. The combination of managerial, interpersonal, and professional skills gained through the program are invaluable in the workplace.
Key Program Features
Identify, assess, and apply basic management skills/terminology related to planning, organizing, directing and controlling operations of a business
Examine major theoretical and practical principles related to the functionality of a business and addressing both internal/external economic, legal, and management problems and strategies
Demonstrate a theoretical and practical understanding in which business decisions are assessed, organized, and applied in various business environments
Recognize business problems, gather and analyze empirical/quantitative data, and synthesize data to solve the recognized business problem
Identify, describe, and analyze external factors that affect business operations
Students learn the general principles of business administration in addition to the mechanics of how to run an organization.
- The BBA provides an expedited path for students interested in pursuing the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.
- Students may also petition to receive Experiential Learning Credit (ELC) for the knowledge, training, and skills they previously learned outside of the traditional academic setting.
Students learn the general principles of business administration in addition to the mechanics of how to run an organization. Some of the topics they will be exposed include:
- Theories and Principles of Law
- Human Resources
- Management of a small business
- International Business
A bachelor of business administration (BBA) is obtained by studying a variety of fields, a quality that makes this degree particularly versatile. As a result, a bachelor of business administration can prepare one for numerous careers: entrepreneur, administrator, consultant, research analyst, marketer, loan officer, real estate agent, commodities trader, financial advisor.