Bachelor of Business Administration Degree
Have you already completed an associate’s program but want more in-depth training? If so, the Bryan University Business Administration Bachelor of Science degree is ideal for you.
The business administration degree program goes far beyond administrative support. It will cover effective management and business principles, as well as guide you through the financial, technological and theoretical sides of business.
Bryan’s Business Administration Bachelor of Science degree is offered online, so you can complete the program at your convenience.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program has been designed to provide advanced educational opportunities for students who have completed an Associate’s degree program at an accredited postsecondary institution.
The courses address a wide variety of business needs in finance, technology, management skills, and business principles, theories and practices. The Bachelor of Business Administration program can provide you with an extensive business background, focusing on principles and techniques of effective administration.
Ready for the next step?
- 140 Weeks; 14 Quarters in Length
- BA 300 – Managerial Cost Accounting
- BA 340 – Personal Investing and Portfolio Management
- BA 410 – International Business
- Jenna Bossler, MS, Industrial Management and Technology (Department Chair)
- Warren Martin, PhD, Business Administration (MBA Oversight Chair)
Thank you, the staff at Bryan, for giving me the rewarding experience to enjoy the best quality of learning in a great atmosphere. And, thank you for helping me become a better parent, daughter and sister!Janell Walker, Graduate
Learning from Those Who Know It Best
The experienced instructors will push you beyond practical skills and introduce you to the principles and theories that will help you better understand the importance of your future administrative roles. You’ll graduate with all the techniques and skills required to be an accomplished member of a business team.
With knowledgeable instructors teaching students relevant skills, Bryan brings the real world of business into the classroom.
Here are a few focus areas the Bachelor of Business Administration degree curriculum includes:
- Business accounting
- Business law
- Sales and marketing
- Project management
- Market research
- Micro and macro economics
Skills You Can Gain From Bryan University
A business administration degree can provide you with the fundamental theories and practical knowledge necessary so you have the opportunity to succeed in a competitive business environment.
At Bryan, not only can you gain a strong foundation of business knowledge, you’ll also learn about personal investing, portfolio management, and strategies for success. Having a successful future in business requires more than learning the fundamentals—it requires knowing what it takes to stand out among the competition.
That’s why at Bryan, you have the opportunity to focus on and achieve your path to success.
Here are some areas you can expect to learn about in our program:
Sales and Marketing
Human Resources Management
The skills you can gain throughout this program can prepare you to take on responsibilities including:
Buy, store and distribute supplies
Supervise clerical and administrative personnel
Set goals and deadlines for your department
Develop, manage, and monitor records
Recommend changes to policies or procedures to improve operations
Earn your Bachelor of Business Administration degree to prepare for your future business role!
Start Your Training So You Can Start Your Job
Gone are the days when you have to drag yourself to work feeling like you have no control and no opportunity to advance. With the Business Administration Bachelor of Science degree program at Bryan University, you can gain the skills you need to advance in your career and become an important leader and team member. With extensive training in the fundamentals of business, you can gain the knowledge base to take on important responsibilities and become an integral employee to a business.