Business Administration

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with emphasis in Business Administration

Campbellsville’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is offered fully online, combining the fundamentals of accounting, marketing, human resources, and more. All virtual courses are taught in a flexible format, so working adults and parents have the ability to study in their free time. Students can select one of four emphases for their major:

Management: Learn valuable leadership skills, including a variety of management styles and metrics for success.

Human Resource Management: Understand the role that human resource professionals play in managing personnel.

Healthcare Management: Gain insight into the rapidly growing healthcare field, including the latest reforms and medical services.

Marketing: Develop a range of marketing skills, such as effective messaging, audience insights, and innovative design.

Campbellsville’s Business Administration program spans 120 credit hours of study. With these managerial skills, graduates are prepared to excel in today’s fast-paced economy. Visit this page for more information about the School of Business and Economics.

Online Bachelors Degree in Business Administration

Core Requirements (33 hours):

Each course is 3 hours

ACC 223         Principles of Accounting I
ACC 224         Principles of Accounting II
BA 301            Marketing I
BA 303            Business Law I
BA 311            Principles of Management
BA 324            Introduction to Finance
BA/CIS 360  Principles of MIS
BA 498            Business Capstone
BIT 320           Microcomputer Applications
ECO 222         Microeconomics
ECO 361         Social Statistics

Business Administration Emphasis (33 hours):

Each course is 3 hours

ACC 360         Managerial Accounting
ACC 410         Federal Tax I
BA 302            Marketing II
BA 304            Business Law II
BA 314            Human Resource Management
BA 384            Business Ethics
BA 422            Managerial Finance
BIT 340           Business Communication
ECO 342         Labor Problems
ECO 352         Money and Banking
ECO 370         Managerial Economics
ECO 461         International Trade

General Education Requirements - 44 hours

Must include ECO 221 Macroeconomics and MTH 111 College Algebra

Electives - 7 hours