Business Administration

Bachelor of Science (iLynn)

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Raise your credibility, title and pay with the bachelor of business administration program at Lynn University. Earn your business administration degree in online classes, on campus in the evening or a combination of both.

Flexible and convenient, the bachelor of business administration program is designed for students with work and home obligations. Earn your business administration degree and take your professional career to the next level with knowledge you can immediately use in the workplace.

The bachelor of business administration program includes a general management specialization that helps you for managerial responsibilities. You’ll master the latest techniques and learn strategic management skills.

What you’ll learn in the B.S. in Business Administration program

  • Financial reporting, decision-making, economics, strategy, project management and computer application
  • Aspects of maintaining a business  
  • General management skills

Curriculum & requirements

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Career opportunities

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Estimated annual tuition

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Business administration curriculum

With the business administration degree program, you’ll learn general managerial skills and gain real-world tips, while also maintaining your work and home obligations. 

Graduates must complete a total of 120 credits in the following categories: 

  • 33 university core curriculum credits
  • 48 major credits
  • 39 elective credits

Course preview

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
Study the practices of modern manpower management. Explore development and performance appraisal techniques and employee recruitment and practice.

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.

Business administration jobs and careers

Your new degree will give you access to many business administration jobs and career opportunities, such as: 

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

Your bachelor of business administration degree is an asset in a variety of fields, including:

  • Business
  • Construction
  • Communication
  • Finance
  • Healthcare and medicine
  • Real estate
  • Sales and marketing
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