Undergraduate Programs

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Online BS in Business Administration

The online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree offered by LeBow College of Business is a degree completion program with distinguished accreditation by AACSB International - the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.

The program provides a broad business education that introduces students to all functional areas of business, building quantitative knowledge and developing an understanding of skills essential to today’s global organizations. The business administration curriculum includes a wide array of courses designed to teach students to analyze information and communicate ideas effectively, while working to understand the economic, social and legal systems in which business operates.

Program Features

  • Courses are taught by the same on-campus faculty who are among the world’s most highly-respected business educators
  • The curriculum introduces students to all functional areas of business, the quantitative aspects of decision making and the behavioral factors common to all organizational structures
  • The highly-interactive online format is designed to challenge and engage students while remaining convenient for working professionals

This program is only available on a part-time basis

Degree Requirements

180 Credits

  • 64 credits (16 courses) in business administration
  • 64 credits (21 courses) of general education
  • 32 credits (8 courses) of general business electives
  • 20 credits of free electives

Currently LeBow only offers a major in general business within the BS in Business Administration online degree program. Explore the curriculum.

Required Career Management On-campus Residency (BUSN 112)

The required residency is offered once a year during spring term and will consist of course content online as of the beginning term, and throughout the term, as well as a four-day visit to our Center City campus.

The residency provides students with a practical framework for career planning through the use of career assessments, interactive exercises and personal reflections. Students will investigate viable career paths, analyze internal and external motivators, and enhance their communication, leadership and presentation skills through an online simulation, electronic portfolio and in class presentations.

Students will be eligible to take BUSN 112 either in their junior or senior year and will be notified nine months in advance to prepare to be on campus.

Admissions Criteria

A minimum of 24 previous college credits with a GPA of 2.5

Required Application Documents

  • A completed application
  • Official transcripts from all universities or colleges and other post-secondary educational institutions (including trade schools) attended
  • Additional requirements for International Students

How to submit supporting documents