Bachelor of Business Administration

Program Contact: Amy Paros  203-582-7755

Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Completion Program

This online program is designed for business professionals who already have an associate’s degree and would like to pursue a four-year degree in business.

Non-traditional, adult professionals who are looking to change careers or increase their opportunities as well as recent associate’s degree graduates who wish to continue their studies may complete this program part-time via a distance education format through QU Online with a curriculum that builds on the individual’s prior educational preparation.

Progression Requirements

To progress and remain in good standing students must maintain a minimum cumulative institutional GPA of 2.0.

Bachelor of Business Administration
Degree Completion Program Curriculum

Degree Requirements
BBA Core Curriculum (36 credits)
AC 211Financial Accounting3
AC 212Managerial Accounting3
BBA 310Advanced Business Communications3
BBA 320Project Management3
BBA 350Applications of Business Analytics3
BBA 490Strategic Management3
CIS 101Introduction to Information Systems3
EC 271Applied Statistical Methods3
FIN 201Fundamentals of Financial Management3
LW 221Business Law and Society3
MG 210Essentials of Management and Organizational Behavior3
MK 201Marketing Principles3
University Curriculum (46 credits)
EC 111Principles of Microeconomics3
EC 112Principles of Macroeconomics3
EN 101Introduction to Academic Reading and Writing3
EN 102Academic Writing and Research3
IB 201Globalization and International Business3
UC Capstone Sustainability and Ethics3
UC Math (any math course MA 110 or higher)3
UC Core and Advanced Core 125
BBA Electives 9
Complete 9 credits of 300- or 400-level online business courses, including the following BBA courses:
Social Media for the Business Professional
Negotiation and Persuasion
Career Advancement and Organizational Presence
Change Management
Open Electives (30 credits)30
Total Credits121
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3 credits of fine arts, 6 credits of humanities, 7 credits of science and 9 credits of UC electives. Students can complete this requirement in part with up to four 4-credit advanced core courses.

Admission requirements include an associate’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university, or equivalent course work totaling a minimum of 60 transferrable credits, with a grade point average of at least 2.5; transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended; and a resume.

The application process is managed through QU Online Admissions.