Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Today’s business leaders must be agile and able to adapt to a rapidly changing business world while leading employees by modeling character, integrity, and compassion. Azusa Pacific’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) bachelor’s completion program equips students with the leadership and analytical skills needed to advance their career, achieve their goals, and help shape the future of business.
Designed for working professionals with at least 15 units of transferable college credit, the BBA program is designed to allow immediate application of learning in the workplace. Relevant coursework addresses current issues in business and encourages the integration of real-world work experiences and hands-on projects. Students combine these experiences with internships or international study opportunities to further expand their portfolio and network. Throughout the program, students build on existing experience while gaining a strong foundation in strategic management, finance, marketing, accounting, and more.
The Bachelor of Business Administration bachelor’s completion program requires 120 total units, including General Education units and 51 units of core business courses (BBA students may also choose an optional 9-unit concentration).
|PRBA 120||Financial Accounting||3|
|PRBA 121||Managerial Accounting||3|
|PRMA 130||Introduction to Statistics 1||3|
|PRBA 210||Principles of Management||3|
|PRBA 240||Spreadsheets and Information Technology||3|
|PRBA 250||Principles of Macroeconomics 2||3|
|PRBA 251||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|PRBA 260||Marketing Principles||3|
|PRWR 261||Writing 2: Business Communication 3||3|
|PRBA 296||Business Law||3|
|PRBA 300||Business Finance for Managers||3|
|PRBA 305||Operations Management||3|
|PRBA 370||International Business||3|
|PRBA 448||Organization and Administrative Behavior||3|
|PRBA 445||Human Resource Management||3|
|PRBA 450||Strategic Management 4||3|
|PRBA 495||Writing 3: Business Ethics 5||3|
Supply Chain Management
|Introduction to Supply Chain Management and Logistics|
|Business System Analytics|
Human Resource Development
|Foundations of Human Resource Development|
|Instructional Design and Training Methods|
Leading Teams and People
|Current Issues in Business and Management|
|Managing Teams and Conflict|
|High Performance People Management|
Meets the General Education Quantitative Literacy requirement.
Meets the General Education Social Sciences requirement.
Meets the General Education Writing 2 requirement.
Meets the General Education Integrative and Applied Learning requirement.
Meets the General Education Writing 3 requirement.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Business Knowledge: Apply business knowledge from multiple business disciplines to plan, design, and execute business strategies.
- Critical Thinking: Identify and solve business problems using analytical and critical thinking skills.
- Quantitative Reasoning: Analyze quantitative data to address real-world or discipline-specific business problems.
- Christian Business Ethics: Use biblically-based ethics to make moral and virtuous ethical and socially responsible business decisions.
- Written Communication: Convey ideas clearly and effectively through professional written communication.
- Oral Communication:. Communicate in informative or persuasive ways using the appropriate genre, channel, structure, and style.
- Collaborative Teamwork: Effectively participate in business-focused teams as members and leaders in diverse environments.
- Global/Multicultural Awareness: Identify and respond to cultural, economic, and political aspects of business in multicultural and global environments, informed by biblically based ethics.
- Discipline Knowledge: Demonstrate knowledge of business concepts.
- Discipline Problem Solving: Solve core business problems and effectively analyze and address business situations.