The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is designed to help you accomplish your career goals through a format that accommodates the lifestyle of busy adults. Complete your bachelor’s degree onsite or online, convert significant life experience into college credit, and experience classes taught from a Christian worldview.

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, along with all of our business programs is accredited through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).

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The next opportunity to start classes in the Bryan College School of Adult and Graduate Studies is:

February 16, 2016

For more information contact an admissions counselor.

Admission Requirements

  • Complete the online application at least one month prior to the start of the first class.

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BSBA Tuition & Fees

Tuition: $295 per credit hour

Technology Fee (Per Semester):$50

Additional Expenses*

Application Fee is $35.
Students are responsible for purchasing textbooks.
Credit for Prior Learning Assessment Fees are charged according to the hours assessed. The rate is $100 per credit hour.
$125 Graduation Fee is due two weeks before commencement exercises.
*Fees subject to change


Concentration Options

The B.S.B.A. curriculum is based on which of the following options you wish to pursue:

  • Healthcare Management – 4 courses (12 hours)
  • Human Resource Management – 4 courses (12 hours)
  • Leadership4 courses (12 hours)

*Must complete a total of 48 hours. 

Faculty Profiles

“As an educator, I see myself preparing young people to use their abilities in the service of Christ and His Kingdom. I also see myself as challenging all my students to recognize the connections between my subject and their faith.”

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“As an educator, I get to participate in the process of students figuring out who God designed them to be, and also, through history, help them see benchmarks from which they will decide how they are going to live their lives.”

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