Bachelor of Business Administration
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 can equip you with the leadership and analytical skills needed to advance your career, achieve your 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 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.
Choose to focus the degree, based on your career goals, through one of the following major options:
- Business Administration
- Digital Marketing
- Financial Management
- Financial Planning
- Human Resource Management
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
There are excellent career paths open to all majors, with high income potential and personal fulfillment, and the opportunity for those who excel to become top executives. For example, digital marketing majors may pursue a position as marketing coordinator/specialist, marketing project manager, account coordinator/executive manager, product/brand manager, digital marketing specialist/manager, content writer/manager, or social media marketing manager. Majors in human resource management or logistics and supply chain management are prepared for first-line management positions such as supervisor, team or shift leader, staff specialist, or general administration, and can choose from a wide range of industries, including retail and sales, commercial banking, real estate, savings and loan associations, entertainment, and more. Financial management majors are also prepared for positions in a variety of fields, such as corporate financial management, investment analysis and planning, financial institution management, and risk management.
The Bachelor of Business Administration bachelor’s completion program requires 120 units, including General Education units, 54 units of core business courses, and 18-21 units for a major.
|PRMA 110||College Algebra||3|
|PRMI 108||Christian Life, Faith, and Ministry||3|
|PRBA 120||Financial Accounting||3|
|PRBA 121||Managerial Accounting||3|
|PRMA 130||Introduction to Statistics||3|
|PRBA 210||Principles of Management||3|
|PRBA 240||Spreadsheets and Information Technology||3|
|PRBA 250||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|PRBA 251||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|PRBA 260||Marketing Principles||3|
|PRWR 261||Writing 2: Business Communication||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 450||Strategic Management||3|
|PRBA 495||Writing 3: Business Ethics||3|