The online degree in Business Administration from JBU provides you with a flexible path to complete your bachelor’s degree when entering the program with 45 hours of college credit. Each of the online classes is eight weeks in length. After being admitted to JBU, you may begin your program at the start of any semester, if the prerequisite(s) for specific courses have been satisfied.  

To graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration through JBU's Degree Completion Program you must:

  1. Complete 51 semester hours in the program
    COR 1103 - Orientation to Learning
    BUS 1123 - Business Communications
    MGT 2173 - Principles of Management
    MKT 2143 - Principles of Marketing
    BUS 4253 - Business Law and Ethics
    ECN 2113 - Principles of Microeconomics
    ECN 2123 - Principles of Macroeconomics
    BUS 3113 - Spreadsheet Analytics
    BUS 4993 - Strategic Management
    BUS 2193 - Business Statistics
    ATG 2173 - Principles of Financial Accounting
    ATG 2183 - Principles of Managerial Accounting
    BUS TBD - Principles of Finance
    ECN 4103 - International Economics
    MGT 3513 - Human Resource Management
    BUS 4173 - Production and Operations
    BUS 4983 - Business Administration Integration and Applied Learning Capstone

  2. Complete a total of 124 semester hours accepted by John Brown University

  3. Have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (4.0 scale) or above for all degree work and 2.25 in the major

  4. Complete the following general education requirements:
    1. English Composition - 6 hours
    2. Humanities/Fine Arts - 9 hours* 
    3. Natural Science - 3 hours
    4. Mathematics - 3 hours (Must be College Algebra)
    5. Natural Science/Math - 3 hours
    6. Social/Behavioral Science - 9 hours*
    7. Health/Physical Education - 3 hours
    8. Biblical Studies - 6 hours**
  1. *8 hours maximum in one discipline

    **If you have not had Biblical Studies courses, online options are available at JBU. Talk with your advisor if you need to fulfill this requirement.

    Note: The last number in the course number indicates the total credit hour(s) per course

Google™ Translate: