Bachelor of

Business Administration

Program Overview

Gain the skills you need for career success with the online Bachelor of Business Administration from Concordia University Texas. Develop a foundation of business and leadership strategies in a convenient, accessible learning environment.

The world of work is changing, and today’s business professionals must not only understand the foundational skills and knowledge used by all organizations, but also how to adapt to continuing changes. Graduates of our program understand the “why of business,” so they are prepared to succeed not just now, but also in the constantly changing future.

The fully online B.B.A. program focuses on critical business skills, such as marketing, accounting and HR. But students also can specialize their education, thanks to concentrations in global health, healthcare administration, human resources and management. Learn specific tools that will open the doors to lucrative careers, with a focus on real-world applications from professors with industry experience.

Concentrations available:

  • Global Health and Economic Development
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management

Benefits of the program include:

  • Focused curriculum: The in-depth course of study includes coverage of legal concepts, training, conflict negotiation and strategic management.
  • A trusted education: Since 1926, we have provided students with a valuable degree that is rooted in the liberal arts.
  • Convenience: Our online program allows you to balance your degree program with your work schedule and personal commitments. And you can earn your degree at a pace that works for you.
  • Year-round support: Our online help desk is available 24/7/365.
  • Next Start Date: Rolling Enrollment
  • Credit Hours: 128
  • Course Length: 8 Weeks

Career Outcomes

According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the average graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business earns about $2.6 million over the course of a career, approximately $200,000 more than the average for all workers with a bachelor’s degree. High-paying opportunities are available in industries such as insurance, finance, healthcare, education, marketing, nonprofit organizations and more.

Admission Requirements

A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA on all college-level coursework, or a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA if fewer than 12 transferable college credit hours, is required. Students who do not meet the requirements will be evaluated by the admissions committee and may still be eligible for provisional admission to the program.

Click here to begin your application. If you need help, our supportive staff is here. Email us at onlineadmissions@concordia.edu or call 844-CTX-CTX1 (844-289-2891) for assistance or to learn more about the program.

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Course List

To earn your Bachelor of Business Administration, 128 credit hours are required, and classes are offered all year. Up to 83 transfer credits are accepted, so you can finish your degree even faster.

Our Common Core Experience
Global/Cultural (3 credits)

Choose one of the following courses:

ENG 2301 World Literature: Classicism
HIS 2321 History of Western Civilization to 1715
HIS 2322 Western Civilizations from 1715
HIS 3308 Asian History and Culture
HIS 3301 History of Mexico
HIS 3314 Traditions/Values of Classical Civilizations
HON 3311 Critical Thinking about Great Texts
PHL 3301 Survey of Western Philosophy

Modern or Classical Language

Complete two consecutive terms (at least six credit hours) of a non-English language.

Supporting Course Requirements

ACC 2301 Financial Accounting
ACC 2302 Managerial Accounting
ECO 2301 Macroeconomics
ECO 2302 Microeconomics

Major Requirements

BADM 1201 Introduction to Business
BADM 1101 Business Communication
BADM 1302 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
BADM 2301 Business Statistics I
BADM 3311 Principles of Management
BADM 3321 Business Law
BADM 3371 Management Information Systems
BADM 3340 Human Resource Management
BADM 3350 Principles of Marketing
BADM 4310 International Business
BADM/PUBH 3323 Globalization, Trade and Health Policy
BADM 3360 Finance
BADM 4100 Professional Launch
BADM 4370 Business and Ethics
BADM 4381 Spirituality in the Workplace

Business Administration

Choose one or more of the following concentrations:

Global Health and Economic Development

24 credit hours

BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
BADM 3314/ PUBH 3314 Essentials of Global Public Health
BADM 3315/ PUBH 3315 Comparative Health Care Systems
BADM 4321/ PUBH 4321 Public Health Organizations, Ethics and Law
BADM 4398/ PUBH 4398 Program Management and Health Evaluation (capstone)
BADM 4302/PUBH 4302 Global Public Health and Innovation (practicum)
BADM 4319/ PUBH 4319 Immigration, Violence, Disasters and Health
COM 3370/PUBH 3370 Health Communication

Healthcare Administration

25 credit hours

BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
HCA 3300 Healthcare Organization and Delivery
HCA 3312 Management Essentials of Healthcare Organizations
HCA 3330 Information Technology in Healthcare
HCA 3360 Principles of Healthcare Finance
HCA 4340 Legal Aspects of Healthcare Administration
HCA 4370 Healthcare Economics
HCA 4410 Healthcare Administration Practicum (Internship and Capstone)

Human Resource Management

24 credit hours

BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
COM 3331 Organizational Communication
BADM 3341 Training and Development
BADM 3375 Negotiations and Conflict Management
BADM 4331 Organizational Behavior and Development
BADM 4340 Organizational Staffing
BADM 4341 Human Resource Internship
BADM 4312 Strategic Management (Capstone)

Management

24 credit hours

BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
COM 3331 Organizational Communication
BADM 3330 Project Management or BADM 3380 Production & Operations Management
BADM 3375 Negotiations and Conflict Management
BADM 4340 Talent Management and Organizational Staffing
BADM 4310 Business Internship
BADM 4331 Organizational Behavior and Development
BADM 4312 Strategic Management (Capstone)

Electives

A sufficient number of credit hours to bring the total number of hours to 128, of which 39 must be upper-level.