120 TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED
Gain a versatile foundation in business with an online B.B.A. in Business Administration. In as few as two and a half years, our business administration degree courses prepare you for a variety of career paths or graduate study.
The online B.B.A. degree allows you to craft your own path through a variety of elective courses. The 120 credits required to complete the degree consists of 34-55 core credits, 42 business requirement credits, 18 business administration elective credits, and 5-26 college elective credits.
The curriculum course abstracts on this page are meant to provide a high-level course overview and subject to change based on term, faculty, and/or institutional requirements. View the official course descriptions as written in the Utica University Academic Catalog and in adherence to regional compliance. Select the appropriate Undergraduate Catalog from the dropdown.
Learn about financial statement communication, information processing, and measuring business income. Explore measurement and analysis of gross margin, short-term liquid assets, operating assets, short- and long-term liabilities, and cash flows.
Building on concepts learned in Accounting 201, you’ll use accounting information to make managerial decisions, as well as learn about product costing, activity-based costing and activity-based management. Gain an understanding of cost behavior and decision-making, as well as budgeting, performance evaluation, cash-flow analysis, and factors that go into making capital investment decisions.
Prerequisite: Accounting 201
Introduction to the legal system, sources of law, dispute resolution, government regulation of business, law related to employment, the environment, product liability, securities and antitrust.
Learn the principles of economics with a major emphasis on the theory of the market system (microeconomics), the economics of international trade, and current economic problems.
Learn the principles of economics with major emphasis on the system as a whole (macroeconomics) and the role of government through fiscal, monetary, and other policies to maintain full employment without inflation.
Gain an understanding of how to apply statistical methods to management and economics. Learn about descriptive statistics, probability, normal curve, sampling, confidence, and regression.
Prerequisites: Completion of mathematics and computer requirements in component one of core.
Students may not also take Psychology/Sociology 211 or Mathematics 112 for credit toward Core Goal 4: Quantitative Reasoning.
Learn business finance for small- or medium-sized corporations while understanding government regulation and how general business conditions affect financial plans and operations. You’ll examine promotion, expansion, methods of raising fixed capital, various types of securities, administration of income, and financial difficulties.
Prerequisites: Accounting 201 or permission of instructor.
Topics include algebra, analytic geometry, applications, elements of linear programming, and mathematics of finance.
Prerequisites: MAT 124, or satisfactory performance in Mathematics Placement Test administered by the mathematics department, or permission of instructor.
Learn the integrative nature of business; dynamic business environment, global markets, ethical behavior, social responsibility, forms of business ownership, and entrepreneurship; includes team training, oral and written business communications, and methods of researching business information.
Explore the principles of management and organizational theory. You’ll gain an understanding of all functional areas of management, with an emphasis on the key management responsibilities of planning, organizing, controlling, leading, and staffing. You’ll also examine ethical and social responsibilities, change, and global challenges.
Prerequisites: MGT 101 or CMG 103
Emphasizes competitive advantages of managing information technology, including electronic commerce, data warehousing, data mining, supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, wireless and pervasive computing, cloud computing, and social networking.
Prerequisites: CSC 117 and MGT 201.
Case study course integrating business strategy and policy formulation at the upper management levels. Includes analysis of internal and external environmental factors (i.e., competitive, economic, legal, global, etc.) Ethics, leadership, and social responsibility are also addressed.
Prerequisites: Senior Standing.
Learn basic marketing principles and practices including: marketing functions and policies, consumer demand, distribution channels; branding, promotion and advertising, pricing, place and location, ethics, global, economic, and legal implications.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ELECTIVES
Take 18 credit hours at 300, 400 or 500* level from the following. Students must have at least 90 credits and program director permission to take any 500 level course. No more than 6 credit hours may be taken from the same course prefix area. Additional appropriate electives may be used with the permission and approval of the program director.
- Any ACC course
- Any BUS course
- Any ECN course
- Any FIN course
- Any MGT course
- Any MKT course
- Any RMI course
- SOC 563 – Complex Organizations (3)
- Any of the following CRJ courses
- CRJ 307 Homeland Security and Counter Terrorism (3)
- CRJ 335 Cybercrime Law and Investigations (3)
- CRJ 343 Law of Economic Crime (3)
- CYB 333 – Information Security (3)
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