Bachelor of Science

Business Administration

(iLynn)

Earning a bachelor's in business administration is one of the fastest ways to develop your professional career.

And at Lynn, you’ll study in an incredibly multicultural environment, with nearly 20% of your peers from other countries—so you won’t just learn, you’ll become more globally aware, too.

While you earn your degree, you’ll be reacquainted with all of the aspects of maintaining a business—from marketing to finances. You’ll become an expert in all things managerial—from human resource management to E-business operations.

Evening classes are offered in short 8-week terms, with classes held on campus Monday through Friday.

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This degree is available online, on campus or any combination of both.

Bachelor's in Business Administration: Curriculum

You’ll learn all aspects of business administration while studying at Lynn. Your courses will feature topics in financial reporting, decision making, economics, strategy, project management and computer applications. Courses specific to the online bachelor’s in business administration degree program include:

BuS 210: Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Learn to assess today’s economy and business climate for opportunities to invent, launch and manage a successful entrepreneurial business enterprise that aligns with your unique talents, strengths and passions.

BUS 255: Fundamentals of E-Business
Explore how today’s advanced technologies impact business systems and processes, with discussions on connectivity within and outside of the organization. In addition, learn about auditing procedures, risks, ethics, privacy, and legal and security concerns.

BUS 311: Financial Management
Discover theories, practices, procedures and problems involved in modern corporate financial management. Learn how to analyze and make financial management decisions with special attention to capital budgeting, working capital management and the analysis of corporate equity and debt securities.

BUS 350: Human Resource Management
This course is a comprehensive study of the practices of modern manpower management. Areas of concentration include employee recruitment, practice and development; performance appraisal techniques; employee

BUS 460: Business Strategy
Gain actual experience in determining and implementing policy. Work on case studies of business organizations, including the determination of top-level company policies in areas such as finance, marketing and production.

General education classes will be satisfied through our Dialogues of Learning core curriculum—a program that relates real-world topics to traditional studies. Learn more about the B.S. in Business Administration:

 

Bachelor's in Business Administration: Career opportunities

Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:

  • Human resources specialist
  • Corporate manager
  • Loan officer
  • Information specialist

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Last modified: Apr. 27, 2015