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Learn to lead
in any business.

Bachelor of Business Adminstration (Online)

Also available on campus.

Business majors graduate with skills that can be easily translated into any industry and any workplace, which is why they are consistently among the most employed and in-demand college graduates, and often have higher-than-average starting salaries. With an online Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Loyola University New Orleans, you can start on the path to a successful career, while benefiting from the convenience of online education and the prestige of a Loyola degree.

 

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Bachelor of Business Administration Curriculum

Flexible online courses taught by experts.

Loyola’s online BBA in management provides broad coverage of all of the essential functional areas of business. All business students complete a core curriculum that explores topics in economics, marketing, finance, and accounting, as well as enroll in both general and major-specific electives. The online business degree program also includes an internship component to give you valuable, real-world experience and to build up your professional network. If you’re already working fulltime, your internship can be completed in your current position if acceptable by your employer.

Management has the broadest scope of all business disciplines, which translates into career flexibility. You’ll learn how to formulate a strategic vision for a company by looking first at the big picture, then organizing and directing resources to make that vision a reality. In addition to the Business Core courses, students in the online BBA in Management program take specific electives designed to teach strategic planning, interpersonal negotiation, problem-solving, and resource management skills. With a business administration degree in management, you’ll gain experience in areas such as accounting, finance, and marketing, preparing you to become a successful business leader and entrepreneur in any industry or organizational setting.

 

Degree Overview

120 credits

Bachelor of business administration

 

Loyola's online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree consists of 120 credit hours, which includes:

  • 48 hours of Business Core courses – including the 3-credit hour internship
  • 24 hours of Major courses (management electives)
  • 39 hours of Loyola Core courses
  • 9 hours of general elective (non-business) courses

Check out the University Bulletin to view further curriculum information and download a degree worksheet.

 

Business Portfolio Program

This is a comprehensive professional career development program required of all Loyola College of Business students. The Portfolio Program consists of 4 non-credit sequential courses that engage students in the development of professional skills designed to help students successfully transition from college to careers. Course concepts include career exploration, building a personal brand, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing, networking, internship preparation and search, and job search. Each session will last 8 weeks. Students must enroll one time for each 30 credit hours accrued. A $150 fee will be assessed for each of the courses.

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What can you do with a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree?

Discover your full potential.

Loyola’s 100% online Bachelor of Business Administration degree will prepare you for advanced studies (such as in Loyola’s online MBA) or to enter the workforce in a wide range of careers. Potential careers include:

  • Project Manager
  • Account Executive
  • Program Director
  • Sales Manager
  • Entrepreneur

ranked among the nation’s Best Business Schools.

— The Princeton Review, 2018

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