College of Business & Management
Business Administration Degree Program
In a rapidly changing economy, new opportunities arise every day for those individuals with specific business administration knowledge and skills. A bachelor's degree in Business Administration can help you obtain those particular abilities and master the latest methods. DeVry University's Business Administration degree program was developed with the help of top business leaders, so our graduates leave with the competencies employers seek. You'll not only be prepared to meet the challenges of a global marketplace in a wide variety of industries, you'll hold a Business Administration degree valued by companies nationwide.
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (In Ohio, degree is Bachelor of Business Administration; in New York, degree is Bachelor of Professional Studies in Business Administration.)
Graduation Requirements: 8 full-time semesters, 124 credit hours
Flexible Study: Take your classes at a DeVry campus location, through a mix of online and on campus classes, or via our online degree programs. Each term you can choose the mix of classes that helps you balance personal priorities and keeps you moving toward your goals. Please note that program and course availability varies by location.
Related Programs: Consider our other bachelor's degree programs in business:
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We offer 13 specializations within the Business Administration degree program. Students dedicate at least 30 credit hours of their coursework to their preferred specialization.
At DeVry University, everything we do is focused on your career success. The proof is in the numbers. For the year ending with the October '11 graduates, 91% of U.S. and Canadian DeVry Business Administration graduates were employed in their field at an average salary of $38,180 (Of graduates who actively pursued and obtained employment and those who were already employed in education-related careers within 180 days of graduation.)
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