About Business Administration General Plan I
In lieu of choosing a specialization, you may select to customize your studies within your Business Administration degree program to align more closely with your personal interests. General Plan I provides a solid base in business fundamentals and general education, as well as in-depth skill instruction through a coherent series of interrelated courses. Upon graduation, this comprehensive method qualifies graduates to find employment in a wide variety of areas.
After you earn your bachelor's degree, take the next step in your career and continue your education at DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management to earn your master's degree in Business Administration (MBA).
DeVry Career Advantage
DeVry University helps prepare you to advance in your chosen career. In 2013, 90% of DeVry University graduates actively seeking employment obtained careers in their field within six months of graduation, or were already employed in their field when they graduated.
1 Based on self-reported data from bachelor’s and associate degree graduates. Does not include graduates not actively seeking employment, as determined by DeVry University Career Services, or graduates who did not report data on employment status to DeVry University Career Services.
(in Ohio, Bachelor of Business Administration; in New York, Bachelor of Professional Studies in Business Administration) Note: Program availability varies by location.
On Campus, Online or Both
Course Areas & Hours
Communication Skills - 15 hours
Humanities - 9 hours
Social Sciences - 9 hours
Personal and Professional Development - 5 hours
Mathematics and Sciences - 12 hours
Business Core - 36 hours
Electives - 9 hours
General Plan I - Custom Sequence - 30 hours
To learn more about required and elective courses for the Business Administration bachelor's degree program, as well as to view individual course descriptions and requirements for each major/concentration, please see the undergraduate academic catalog.