B.A. Business Administration

The focus of the Bachelor of Business Administration will be on foundations of business operations providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to help organizations be successful in today’s globally competitive
environment. The business administration program provides foundational, workplace-relevant management skills, organizational theory, and operational knowledge which reflect preparation in the essential areas of economics,
accounting, finance, management, organizational communications, and marketing. In addition students will develop both a broad knowledge and a capacity for reflective critical thinking through enrollment in a vibrant liberal arts curriculum as part of the Bachelor of Business Administration.

Upon completion, graduates will be equipped with the knowledge to analyze and synthesize company data and other data elements in support of business operations critical to success of the respective organization, business, or
corporation. Graduates will especially be prepared to assume entry-level positions in the areas of business operations, management, customer service, purchasing, costs estimation, finances, and marketing as well as the
positions of adjusters, public relations specialists, buyers, compensation, and benefits specialists, and other similar positions. A major in business administration prepares graduates for careers in for-profit, nonprofit, and public sector organizations.

The Bachelor of Art in Business Administration (BABA) is offered at both the Los Angeles and City of Industry Campuses.

Clock Hours
1800 hours
(1800 hours of theory)
Prerequisite
High School Diploma or GED

CourseDescriptionTheoryExternship
SOC1050Introduction to Sociology400
PSY2300Introduction to Psychology400
PHI2040Introduction to Philosophy400
MKT4060E-Commerce400
MKT4050Marketing Research & Strategy400
MKT4020Consumer Behavior and Marketing400
MKT3050Entrepreneurial Marketing400
MKT3020Advertising & Promotion400
MKT2050Fundamentals of Marketing400
MGT4100Strategic Management (Capstone)400
MGT3090Business Information Systems400
MGT3030Introductory Project Management400
MGT3010Small Business Management400
MGT2050Business Management Principles400
MAT2100Calculus for Business400
MAT2050Statistics400
MAT1010College Algebra400
LTY1500Information Literacy400
LDR3030Leadership Theory400
INB4030International Finance400
INB3030International Business400
HRM4040Labor Relations & Negotiations400
HIS2050World Civilizations since the 15th Century400
HIS2010United States History400
FIN4030Principles of Investment400
FIN4020Financial Management400
FIN3090Financial Markets and Institutions400
FIN2400Introduction to Finance400
ENG1020English Composition II/ English Literature400
ENG1010English Composition I 400
ECO2080Principles of Macroeconomics400
ECO2070Principles of Microeconomics400
COM2030Business Communication400
COM1020Communication Skills/ Public Speaking400
CIS1070Introduction to Computer Information Systems400
BUS4100Business Applications (Capstone)400
BUS3050Business Ethics400
BUS3010Organizational Behavior400
BUS2060Business Law400
BUS2050Introduction to Human Resource Management400
BUS1090Introduction to Business400
BIO1020Introduction to Biology400
ART2020Art History400
ACC2030Accounting II40 0
ACC2020Accounting I400
Total18000
DescriptionCosts
Registration Fee$100.00
Books and Equipment$3,300.00
Tuition$34,200.00
Total Amount$37,600.00

Campus : Los Angeles

Upcoming Classes : April 10 (Spring), July 10 (Summer), October 2 (Fall)

Mon-Fri (Theory)9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Campus : City of Industry

Upcoming Classes : April 10 (Spring), July 10 (Summer), October 2 (Fall)

Mon-Fri (Theory)9:00 am – 3:30 pm

We look forward to seeing you!