About Business Administration General Plan II
If you have already completed a business-related program in a country outside the U.S. or Canada, you may select this Business Administration degree program as a direct path to earning a recognized bachelor's degree. This plan allows you to build on your previous education to become a business generalist, familiar with many aspects of international business and qualified for a variety of opportunities. International credentials considered for approval—from China, India, Singapore, and the United Kingdom, among others—include higher national diplomas, three-year bachelor's degrees, and the equivalent.
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).
(in Ohio, Bachelor of Business Administration; in New York, Bachelor of Professional Studies in Business Administration)
Many Ways to Learn
Course Areas & Hours
Communication Skills - 7 hours
Humanities - 6 hours
Social Sciences - 6 hours
Personal and Professional Development - 2 hours
Mathematics and Sciences - 8 hours
Business Core - 12 hours
Qualifying Degree General Transfer Credit - 83 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.
As a student at DeVry University, you have opportunities to take advantage of many ways to learn. Whether you take courses on campus (with an F1 visa), online (from any location around the globe) or in one of our innovative new extended classrooms; our faculty will be there to support you.
Note: Program availability varies by location.