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Business Administration - Adult/Evening

Our business administration degree is designed to prepare students for a broad range of roles in business operations. Our all-online program is intended to give students a comprehensive understanding of how the parts of a company work together to fulfill the company’s mission. While providing a range of courses selected to give students an extensive understanding of the inner workings of businesses, our program also provides an unusually strong grounding in communication skills that are much desired by employers and may provide a competitive advantage to our graduates. In addition to learning about business principles (business fundamentals, business ethics, business law, organization and management, and professional and intercultural communication), students will get a grounding in economics, accounting, finance, marketing, and human resources.

The Value of a Bachelor's Degree

Completing your Bachelor’s in Business Administration degree provides increased...

  • Satisfaction
  • Stability
  • Salary. 


A bachelors degree can allow students to stand out from other candidates in competitive job markets.

A bachelors degree is a 4-year program (120 credits) where students focus on a specific subject or concentration. This degree will prepare students with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to pursue the next steps in their career. 

Some students take the option of pursuing a bachelors degree right after high school, but Stritch does offer an associates degree program for students with busier life schedules.

Additional benefits of a bachelors degree...

  1. Increases job opportunities
  2. Prepares for a specialized career
  3. Increases earning potential
  4. Personal growth
  5. Advances career

 

The combination of education and experience is the single best way to ensure that your career continues to flourish.

In addition to learning about business principles (business fundamentals, business ethics, business law, organization and management, and professional and intercultural communication), students will get a grounding in 

  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources

 

A bachelors degree can unlock opportunities to further your career and education. 

Bachelor's degree holders earn about $32,000 more annually than those whose highest degree is a high school diploma.

High School Diploma Averages

Median Weekly Earnings: $746

Median Annual Earnings: $38,792

Average Unemployment Rate: 3.7%

Bachelor Degree Averages

Median Weekly Earnings: $1,248

Median Annual Earnings: $64,896

Average Unemployment Rate: 2.2%

Accredited by Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)

ACBSP is the leading specialized accreditation association for business education that supports, celebrates, and rewards teaching excellence.

Accreditation Information

Franciscan Values

Our four Franciscan values of creating a caring community, reverencing all of creation, making peace, and showing compassion are a fundamental part to who we are and to everything we do.

We capture how we share our values through a saying from Saint Francis, “Preach the Gospel at all times. When necessary, use words.” This captures quite well how we share our Franciscan values.

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration offers you an opportunity to blend your personal and professional experiences with quantitative and qualitative coursework. The program is designed to support you in your quest to work effectively in an increasingly complex business environment, including gaining the essential skills necessary for the successful administration of a business.

Program Concentrations

This program is made up of the following concentrations. Learn more about concentrations.

Concentration Overview

This concentration provides students with the concepts and theories that are foundational to any business program.

Concentration Overview

This concentration expands student understanding of business concepts in relation to law, management, and marketing.

Concentration Overview

This concentration addresses the human element of business administration through an examination of the employee and the consumer and a focus on strategies to effectively communicate with both audiences.

Concentration Overview

This concentration focuses on the economics, accounting, and finance elements of successful business administration.

Concentrations on this page are required for this program. Additional courses or concentrations may need to be added to meet program or credit requirements.

Adult Courses

Experiential Learning

Students in the Adult/Evening (Online) program take the following courses:

  • BU 403 (Practicum / Small Business Cases, 1-3 credits)
  • BU 444 (Capstone: Research and Consulting, 6 credits).

Both of these courses give extensive experiential learning opportunities that allow students to incorporate what they have learned throughout their program into real-world use

For more information please contact admissions or the program faculty.

Carl D. Mueller

Chair - Honors Program|Associate Dean - College of Undergraduate Studies

College of Undergraduate StudiesCollege of Undergraduate Studies

cd2mueller@stritch.edu

(414) 410-4376

Elizabeth M. Roy

Senior Admissions Counselor

Enrollment Management - Admissions Graduate

emroy@stritch.edu

(414) 410-4621