Degree: Bachelor of Science
Program: Business Administration
Degree Level: Undergraduate Degree Completion
Credit Hours: 42 credit hours available online (120 credit hours needed to graduate)
Delivery Format: Online
Prerequisites: Students need to complete 45 hours of general studies courses and 18 hours of 200-level business courses (macroeconomics, microeconomics, business communications, statistics, accounting I and accounting II) necessary for a Bachelor's degree independently. Preference will be given to those who have general studies completed.
UNK’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) Online Degree Completion Program is ideal for working adults interested in skill and knowledge development as well as degree completion. This degree in business administration provides majors with knowledge of how businesses and organizations operate. Students will study the various functions of business and learn how they cooperate to build successful organizations. Graduates of the BSBA Online Degree Completion Program earn a four-year degree in Business Administration from UNK. The UNK business programs are accredited by AACSB International. UNK graduates often find positions in management and management training programs, human relations, marketing, sales, or information technology.
The BSBA online degree includes 10 core courses that are required for every student (26 hours), plus each student selects a minor and completes the coursework for that chosen minor. Currently we offer fully online minors in Marketing/Management (24 hours) and Accounting (21 hours). Core courses are offered each semester, with minor courses offered concurrently on a rotating basis.
Take all of the following (3 credit hours each):
Take one of these:
Marketing/Management Minor:Take one of these:
Take six of these classes offered online to fulfill the marketing/management minor requirements:
(NOTE: no more than 6 credit hours may be duplicated between the core and elective courses):
Take both of these:
Take 2 courses from these offered online to fulfill the accounting minor requirements:
Transfer students: If you would like to see what will transfer in for the Business Administration program, please click here.