The Business Administration area at Campbellsville University is a multi-disciplinary degree area teaching the fundamentals of accounting, marketing, human resources, and more. It is the most adaptable program as well because a core education in business administration you can work in nearly any industry or business you desire as well as combine it to other specialty areas.
The Campbellsville University Business Administration area is available as a:
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with emphasis in Business Administration
- Minor in Business Administration
- Associate of Science in Business Administration
These three areas are outlined below.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Business Administration combines the fundamentals of accounting, marketing, human resources, and more. All courses are taught in a flexible format, so working adults and parents have the ability to study in their free time.
This program is available online or on the main campus.
When a student chooses to focus on the BSBA with emphasis in Business Administration they receive an in-depth array of courses designed to provide the strongest possible foundation as they enter into a career in business. The emphasis courses include:
- Managerial Accounting
- Federal Tax I
- Marketing II
- Business Law II
- Human Resource Management
- Business Ethics
- Managerial Finance
- Business Communication
- Labor Problems
- Money and Banking
- Managerial Economics
- International Trade
See the undergraduate catalog link under Program Resources for core requirements, general education requirements, electives and course descriptions.
This program is also available in a 100% online format. Learn more about Campbellsville University’s online BS in Business Administration.
Associate of Science in Business Administration
Our business administration degree provides a strong overview of business practices, decision-making, and general management skills. Comprised of 30 semester hours, the required business courses span Macroeconomics, Principles of Accounting, and Introduction to Finance. An additional 35 semesters of General Education courses must also be completed to receive the degree.
Take each course on this list:
- Principles of Accounting I
- Principles of Accounting II
- Introduction to Business
- Marketing I
- Introduction to Finance
- Microcomputer Applications
Choose one course from this list:
- Principles of Management
- Human Resource Management
See the undergraduate catalog link under Program Resources for general education requirements, electives and course descriptions.
This program is also available 100% online. Learn more about Campbellsville University’s online Associate of Science in Business Administration.