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Business Administration B.B.A.
Opportunities are endless
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates employment of business occupations will rise 8 percent from 2014 to 2024, creating more than 600,000 new jobs. Whether you see yourself as an account manager, a financial analyst or even a small business owner, a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree from the KU Edwards Campus can get you there.
A KU business administration degree prepares students for a broad variety of positions in both large organizations and small businesses, public and private sectors for both non‐profit and profit‐seeking companies. It provides exposure to a broad range of topics such as business law, economics, finance, management, marketing, operations management, and international business.
Why study business at the KU Edwards Campus?
Accreditation carries distinction
The KU School of Business is proud to be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB accreditation is the gold standard of quality in the world of business education. It recognizes a high-quality, relevant and challenging curriculum and strengthens the degree’s value after graduation. Graduates who complete a business administration degree will have the framework for advancement and leadership in the business setting. A KU degree is recognized and valued in national and international atmospheres.
Your degree at your pace
Flexible course schedules make it feasible for full-time employees and non-traditional students to earn a business administration bachelor’s degree without sacrificing the traditional classroom experience. Our late afternoon and evening courses meet once weekly, allowing you to balance work and family commitments while developing a versatile business acumen.
A smarter you
A KU BBA degree is designed for people who want to mix business theory, practical knowledge, and professional skills in preparation for careers as business leaders. Students in the BBA program will sharpen their verbal and written communication skills, develop an aptitude for technology, practice data analysis, and realize a global perspective on business. The BBA program represents a strong professional business education within a broad liberal arts context and is designed to mix business theory with practical knowledge and professional skills, to prepare tomorrow’s business leaders.
Program outcomes include strong verbal and written communication skills, an aptitude for technology, data analysis proficiency, a global perspective on business and the ability to maintain good professional relationships.
Here’s how Amanda did it.
- School of Business
- Accounting Certificate — serves both undergraduate and graduate students
- KU Course Listings
- KU Core
This program is funded by the Education and Research Triangle initiative.http://edwardscampus.ku.edu/overview-masters-educational-administration