You’re serious about your business degree, and so are we. A bachelor’s degree in business administration from Strayer gives you both strategic theory and hands-on professional skills. That allows you to take major steps forward in achieving your goals.
Our functional curriculum puts you in real-world problem-solving situations. Many of our students find that they are able to use the business skills and techniques they learn as part of their business administration degree in their current jobs, while our networking opportunities help prepare them for the next step in their careers.
Our BBA costs up to 15% less than selected, comparable business degrees at colleges like DeVry and Capella*. Learn more about college affordability.
Strayer University is Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, and companies like Capital One, Fed Ex and Verizon turn to us to help train their employees. Learn more why college accreditation matters.
Your academic advisor and industry-experienced professors will help you make strategic career choices along the way. Learn more about our success coaches.
A Strayer business degree opens the doors to your future. Management and leadership preparation; professional skills in areas like decision making, analysis, strategic resource management and communication — they’re all part of our broad range of business majors. Whether you pursue an online business degree, an on campus option, or a mix of both, you’ll have maximum flexibility to create a program that works just as hard as you do to deliver your educational and career objectives.
*Compare Strayer BBA program costs at http://www.strayer.edu/academic-program-disclosure/bba with the costs for DeVry’s BBA program at http://www.devry.edu/degree-programs/ge/business-administration-consumer-info.html and the costs for Capella’s Bachelor’s of Science with a Business Administration specialization program at http://www.capella.edu/online-degrees/bachelors-business-administration/cost-transfer-credits.
A Degree With a Difference
More than 79% of Strayer business bachelor’s degree recipients responding to our survey say their degree had an impact on their professional or career goals.
--OIRAE Graduates Survey, April 2013
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BUS 300-Public Relations
Survey the practice of public relations in business, non-profit organizations and governmental institutions. Examine the major forms of media used in public relations: news releases, broadcast publicity, public service announcements and institutional advertising.
BUS 302-Management Concepts
Review fundamental management concepts and techniques that contribute to effective management and provide a foundation for the development of a wide variety of business skills. Focus on the roles, the environment and the primary functions of the manager (planning, organizing, leading, controlling), as well as the skills required and various techniques used to perform these functions. Follow the development of management principles and their integration into modern management theory. Topics include the communication process, motivation and operations (production) management.
BUS 309-Business Ethics
Apply ethical principles to typical business challenges. Focus on the ethical perspectives of business decision-making and policy development in a variety of key areas including individual behavior, human resource management, work environments, marketing, property rights and international business. Analyze case situations to illustrate the application of various ethical approaches (utility, individual rights and justice) in managing organizations.
BUS 322-Organizational Behavior
Review the fundamental concepts of organizational behavior, with an emphasis on human problems and behaviors in organizations and methods of dealing with these problems. Focus on motivation, informal groups, power and politics, communication, ethics, conflict resolution, employment laws, technology and people, and managing change.
BUS 475-Business and Society
Explore the role of primary and secondary stakeholders, both within and outside organizations. Investigate ethics and social responsibility and review where organizational activities fall within different continua. Examine the broad forces in business, society and globalization and how stakeholders can influence results in both business and society.
BUS 499-Business Administration Capstone
Examine the processes by which organizations formulate strategy, implement policy, and evaluate outcomes in the highly competitive and dynamic global environment. Focus on the ethical implications of strategic choices throughout the course. Exercise your analytic, integrative, decision-making and business communications skills through the use of case analysis and decision making.
ECO 100-Principles of Economics
Get a basic overview of macro- and microeconomic principles and concepts. Understand the economic dynamics of market forces affecting competition, different economic systems, the role of government in the economy and economic aspects of international trade. Discusses the labor market, interest rates and the supply of money, and the performance of a national economy. Apply economics to business decisions, considering such principles as opportunity costs, diminishing returns and the marginal principle.
LEG 100-Business Law I
Analyze the process by which substantive rights and duties are enforced, including legal pleadings, discovery procedures, pre- and post-trial motions, jurisdiction, venue, trial by jury, equity and previous adjudication problems.
MKT 100-Principles of Marketing
Get introduced to basic marketing principles and concepts. Focus on the development of marketing strategy and the major components of the marketing mix, (product, price, promotion and distribution). Review the critical environmental factors of markets — domestic and international — and customer behavior characteristics that affect marketing operations. Understand how marketing integrates with other functions in a business organization.