Business Administration – Online Associates
Earn your Associate of Business Administration degree 100% online. Do your coursework – anytime, anywhere!
The Associate of Business Administration degree program is designed for mid-career, working professionals, executives, administrators, managers, and business owners/entrepreneurs who want to build a solid foundation of business course work that can potentially be merged into a Bachelor of Business administration degree. Course work within the degree program includes general education core and business courses and is designed to provide students with the foundational classes needed to transfer into the Online Bachelor of Business Administration.
Designed for working adults, these 100% online programs move you through at a pace designed for someone with a full-time job but who wants to complete their degree in a timely fashion. Our courses are developed and taught by leaders in the business field. Not only do they provide you with current theory and practice, you will learn from their real-life experiences.
New students are accepted into the Associate of Business Administration program every eight weeks. Each Fall and Spring semester consists of 16 weeks and is divided into two eight-week sessions. Summer semester is 14 weeks and is divided into two seven-week sessions. Students will take two classes each session as a “Full-time” student for a total of four classes (12 semester credits) per semester.
The 60-Hour ABA Degree Program can be completed in as little five semesters taking 12 credit hours per semester. Up to 30 semester hours of transfer credit can be applied to this degree program. Courses will be taught 100% online.
RHU 101 is required in the first semester of enrollment and must be completed with a grade of “C” or better to remain enrolled in the program.
*Most MATH courses and BUS 150 require a purchase of software.
|Major Required Courses:||18|
|RHU 101, Online Learning Seminar*Required course – must be taken in first semester of enrollment||3|
|BUS 101 Introduction to Business||3|
|BUS 103 Foundations of Research||3|
|BUS 201 Principles of Accounting I (Financial)||3|
|BUS 202 Principles of Accounting II (Managerial)||3|
|BUS 205 Principles of Economics (Micro)||3|
|Advantage General Education Requirements:||42|
|English ENG 101 and ENG 103||6|
|Speech Communications: COM 108||3|
|Mathematics: College Algebra or Above||3|
|Science: SCI 105, Life Science||6|
|BUS 150 Computer Applications (requires software purchase)||3|
|Advantage General Education Core Electives from any of the above areas||12|
|Total Hours to Earn a Degree||60|
*Course descriptions are located in the Academic Catalog.
*All major courses require a grade of "C" or higher.
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