Business Administration - ​Online Degree Completion Program

Degree: B.S.

Further your associate degree in business administration with Millersville University’s fully-online degree completion program. This program is flexible with courses that can be taken throughout the year.

Why Study this Program?

This innovative degree completion program allows students to earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration by adding MU’s fully-online business courses to an associate degree or college credits they’ve already earned. This degree completion program is ideal for busy students who need the flexibility of online coursework. Students with an associate degree are able to achieve their bachelor’s degree in just two years.

Students must have earned 60 credits in order to apply for this program. Cohorts begin every May, August and January. Courses are offered year-round.

After completing this program, students will be able to effectively analyze foreign markets and apply international competition strategies, segment and market to groups of consumers using psychological models, manage teams of employees in domestic and global firms, make strategic business decisions through rigorous analysis of quantitative data, and communicate effectively with various business stakeholders.

Graduates will be prepared for employment in any business, for-profit, nonprofit or public-sector organization. The curriculum also provides excellent preparation for graduate and professional studies leading to degrees such as the M.B.A., M.S., Ph.D. and the J.D.

Millersville University’s business administration program is internationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to offer a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in business administration.

What Will You Learn?

Applicants to this program are expected to have completed coursework in the following areas as part of their associate degree: Principles of Accounting, Principles of Marketing, Principles of Management, Legal Environment of Business, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Applied Calculus for Business and Introduction to Statistics.

With those prerequisites, students will dive deeper into the broad aspects of business administration including: Business Research Methods, Management Information Systems, Consumer Behavior, Business & Society, International Management, Web Development and more.