$243.25 per credit hour. This price includes the administrative fee.
Whether you're changing career paths or seeking advancement into leadership roles, the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration online program prepares you for diverse career possibilities in business, finance or marketing.
In this bachelor's in business administration online program, you will develop a variety of foundational skills in accounting, finance, economics, management, marketing, and international business. This program requires a study of every major sector of business activity, with emphasis on creative thinking. You will study fraud examination, investments, international financial management and banking, macroeconomic analysis, consumer behavior, government regulation of business, financial institutions and markets, and other essentials.
Plus, our dynamic business core curriculum builds your background in financial accounting, managerial accounting, business communication, microcomputer applications, management information systems, operations management, applied statistics, business finance, legal environments, management principles, strategic management, and marketing. This program features accelerated 7-week courses and multiple start dates per year.
Gain skills to apply in a broad range of professional roles, including as a Banker, Financial Analyst, Manufacturing Manager, Marketing Manager, Market Research Analyst, Business Operations Specialist, Project Manager, Insurance Management, Real Estate, Sales Manager, Advertising Manager, Human Resources Manager, and more.
You must take the following courses.
Introduction to accounting and the accounting cycle includes focus on basic accounting and reporting for merchandising and service-oriented business organizations. Primary emphasis is on accounting principles applicable to measuring assets, liabilities, owners' equity and income. Special measurement problems for partnerships and corporations.
This course covers basic accounting and reporting for manufacturing companies. The course is also devoted to managerial uses of accounting data for the decision-making function and to special accounting reports.
Theories and principles of written, interpersonal and oral communication.
Students will learn basic computer skills that can be used immediately, throughout college and beyond. Emphasis is on learning basic office applications in word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentation graphics.
Provides understanding of information needs of management, information technology used by various business subsystems, and how technology can be utilized for competitive advantage. Prerequisite: CIT 1503 or CS 1013.
Introduction to the operations function in manufacturing as well as services. Emphasis is on continual improvement of systems for producing goods and services.
This course is for students in a variety of disciplines including the sciences, allied health fields and education. Focus is on descriptive statistics for quantitative and qualitative data, normal distributions, correlation, linear regression, sample surveys, randomized comparative experiments, sampling distributions, estimation and hypothesis testing for means and proportions.
Principles of resource allocation, supply and demand, consumer behavior, costs of production, the competitive model, oligopoly, and factor markets are examined.
Legal forms of American business organization, policies, methods and institutions involved in financing business are examined. The principles of financial management will be studied with emphasis on the corporation, including cash flows, securities, financial structures, expansion and acquisitions.
Introduction to the fundamental elements of the Anglo American legal system and its common law origins. The scope of the course will include the application and operation of the legal system in the remedy of business disputes, the development and operation of the court system, and the regulation of American business and industry by the United States government.
This course is an overview of foundational management principles, including internal and external assessment and planning, organization structure and design, leadership and motivation, and decision and control processes.
Designed to give students the opportunity to study administrative processes under conditions of uncertainty including an integrating analysis applied to all fields of business. Special emphasis is given to policy determination at the overall management level.
This course examines business activities performed which direct the flow of goods and services from producer to consumer or user in order to satisfy customers and accomplish company objectives. Special course fees may apply.
You must take the following courses.
A study of how and why occupational fraud is committed, how fraudulent conduct can be deterred, and how allegations of fraud should be investigated and resolved.
Security investment, the tools of investment analysis, the formulation of investment policy and the role of the individual investor in the economy are examined.
This course is a study of financial concepts and issues in banking as they relate to business decisions in a global economy.
This course explains economic theories as they relate to national policy making. Emphasis is on causes of inflation and unemployment.
This course will examine leadership processes and applications at the organization, group and individual levels. Emphasis is on team activities.
This course features an evaluation of the extensive body of research evidence pertaining to the consumer, and an assessment of the marketing implications of the various processes and facets of consumer motivation.
This is a survey of theoretical treatments of oligopoly, natural monopoly and market failures; review of antitrust statutes applicable to price fixing, monopoly, mergers, vertical restraints, and price discrimination; and social welfare trade-offs associated with public regulation of electric, natural gas, cable TV and telecommunications firms.
This is an in-depth study of financial institutions such as banks, savings and loans, insurance companies, and financial markets. Primary emphasis will be on depository institutions.
You must take 35 credit hours of general education, including the following courses. You must take one math course from MATH 2143, MATH 2194 or MATH 2204.
Required course for all first semester freshmen. Course content is centered around the skills and knowledge needed to be a successful ASU student, including academic performance, problem solving, critical thinking, self-management and group building skills, university policies, and other relevant issues.
This course focuses on the theory and practice of communication in interpersonal, small groups and public speaking contexts, emphasizing proficiency in message organization, delivery, and critical thinking.
This course examines national income accounting, inflation and unemployment, competing theories of national income, fiscal policy, the Federal Reserve System and monetary policy, and international trade.
This course looks at exponential functions, mathematics of finance, systems of linear equations, linear inequalities and linear programming, limits, derivatives, and integrals, business calculus applications including marginal analysis, extrema and concavity of functions of one and several variables.
Course is a survey of the basic concepts of calculus, including limits, derivatives, exponential and logarithmic functions, and integrals.
Course will examine the calculus functions of one real variable, limits, derivatives, implicit differentiation, applications of the derivative (including L'Hospital's Rule), definite integrals, indefinite integrals, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, substitution technique for integrals.