Set a solid foundation for a business career

The online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree will equip you with the knowledge and skills to rise up in the competitive world of business. Through experiential learning and industry-focused faculty, you will gain real-world expertise and a comprehensive understanding of how the integration of functional areas of business impact organizational performance.

Because business is broad, a degree in this field opens the door to many career options, including positions in management, marketing, accounting, finance, economics, human resource management, real estate, information technology and supply chain management. The program requires the completion of the BSBA major plus the completion of a minor, helping you customize your coursework to fit your chosen business-based career path. UNK minors in accounting (21 credit hours), marketing/management (24 credit hours) and entrepreneurship (24 credit hours) can be completed fully online.

AACSB Accredited

UNK business programs are accredited by AACSB International, the highest standard of achievement awarded to less than 5% of business schools worldwide.

Benefits of a Bachelor's Degree

Completing a bachelor’s degree qualifies you for additional job positions and careers. The median salary for those with bachelor’s degrees is 39% higher than for those with a high school diploma (no college experience) and 34% higher for those with some college but no degree, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Career Opportunities

  • Business Consultant
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Accountant
  • Financial Advisor
  • Loan Officer
  • Insurance Underwriter
  • Sales Manager
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Human Resources Specialist
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Entrepreneur

"We want to really create experiential learning opportunities for our students and another thing that UNK and our College of Business and Technology is known for is to create a personalized experience and so we want to make sure that we can try to replicate that in the online environment."

Dr. Kyle Luthans

University of Nebraska at Kearney

Management Professor