A major in Business Administration is available fully online for the B.B.S. The major’s virtue is its flexibility. It leaves room for a minor field of study, twelve hours of business electives, and eighteen hours of general electives. Some favorite business electives include healthcare, real estate, banking, international business, and business analytics.
Who is this program for?
You don’t have to stop with a bachelor’s degree, either. The M.A. in Management can be completed, 100% online, in as little as one year after completing your bachelor’s.
Our online programs integrate our Christian faith just like our on-campus courses, adhering to the mission of Hardin-Simmons University: To be a community dedicated to providing excellence in education enlightened by Christian faith and values.
Our online teaching and course development programs are some of the best in the country. HSU is a member of Quality Matters (QM), a faculty-mentored, peer-review process designed to certify the quality of online courses and components.
Our program costs only $495 per credit hour. You can earn your degree from an accredited, private, faith-based college, for less than what some for-profit online schools charge for similar degrees.
National Center for Education Statistics data shows that after a year in the workforce, business majors earned about 16 percent more than the average salary for all majors.
All courses and course descriptions can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog:
All students who meet admissions requirements for HSU are eligible for the program.
The number of jobs in business occupations is expected to grow 6.9% over the next 10 years (Bureau of Labor Statistics). In Texas, business majors earn $65,000 annually on average, according to the Center on Education and the Workforce.
From the Occupational Outlook Quarterly, published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics: Career preparation may be the primary reason that business is a popular major for undergraduates. Business majors’ coursework in business strategy, statistics, accounting, finance, and operations management gives them skills in quantitative analysis. Research, writing, and presentation assignments enhance their ability to gather, analyze, and present information. Many projects are done in groups, so students learn to work cooperatively. This training is important to employers, a fact reflected in the competitive salary offers that business majors receive when they enter the job market. National Center for Education Statistics data shows that after a year in the workforce, business majors earned about 16 percent more than the average salary for all majors.
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