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Bachelor of Business Administration

 

 

The upper-level coursework for the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is now being offered as an Online BBA Degree Completion program. This program provides students a curriculum emphasizing relevancy and diversity, and that provides practical application through an internship opportunity. Accredited college and university, associate degree business graduates transfer their credits and their foundational business courses into this unique degree completion program. The full time BBA degree completion is offered in a two-year, planned sequence of courses. You can also complete the BBA part-time. Both options are designed for working adults who are interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree while employed or raising a family.

Program Highlights

 

Employment Opportunities

Possessing a BBA degree from SUNY Cobleskill unlocks a world of possibilities for graduates, leading to rewarding careers in a variety of business-oriented fields. A broad business background enables graduates to enter a management track in organizations; students who specialize through their electives and internship experience are prepared to begin occupations in advertising and promotion, banking, entrepreneurship, financial services, government, non-profits, human resources, management, marketing, procurement, global business, retail, and/or sales.

Admissions Requirements

The program is ideally suited for students who have completed an associate degree in Business Administration or the equivalent coursework – 60 credits or more – at an accredited college or university. SUNY Cobleskill has a 30-credit residency requirement for baccalaureate degrees; therefore, a maximum of 92 credits can be transferred.

 

The Online Degree Completion Interest Form (Print)

 

Highly Recommended Prerequisite Courses

Financial Accounting

Business Law I

Principles of Management     

Business Communications     

Principles of Marketing 

Managerial Accounting

Macro-Economics

Macro-Economics

Composition I & II

SUNY General Education Courses