• Course Delivery
    100% Online
  • Total Credits
    120
  • In-State Tuition Per Credit
    $282.00
  • Out of State Tuition Per Credit
    $362.10

This bachelor's completion program was designed with your busy lifestyle and your future career success in mind. It's 100-percent online but still has built-in professional development experiences created by the Trulaske College of Business that will increase your network and exposure to the complicated challenges facing business today.

Course work will help you acquire the tools you need to:

  • Plan, organize, staff and direct a business, project or department
  • Create and manage customers
  • Connect consumers to goods
  • Navigate the decision-making process in organizations
  • Understand how financial markets work
The program is designed for those who have completed at least 54 credit hours of applicable college course work before applying. There are some specific classes that you made need to take before you begin your business-specific core course work. How long it take you to complete your degree depends on how many credit hours you currently have and how many courses you take per semester. If you take classes on a part-time basis, e.g. two classes per semester, you could finish in four to five years.

Admissions & Requirements

To be accepted to this program, you must have:

  1. Completed at least 54 credit hours of applicable college course work, including the equivalent of MATH 1100 or ENGLSH 1000 with a grade of C- or better.
  2. Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 in your transfer college course work.
  3. If English is not your native language, please submit a TOEFL score of at least 80 (internet-based test) or an IELTS score of at least 6.5.
NOTE: This program is authorized, exempt, or not subject to state regulatory compliance and may enroll students from all 50 states, U.S. territories and the District of Columbia.

To apply to this program:

You may apply to the online bachelor of business administration program as a transfer student if you have at least 54 credit hours of course work from a regionally accredited college or university.

Courses

Core
  • ACCTCY 2026Accounting I3 Credits

    ACCOUNTING 1

  • ACCTCY 2027Accounting II (self-paced)3 Credits

    ACCOUNTING 2

  • ACCTCY 2258Computer-Based Data Systems3 Credits

    COMP-BASED DATA SYSTEMS

  • BUS_AD 1500Foundations of Business and Professional Development Principles (2 credit hours)2 Credits

    This course will provide students the opportunity to learn how to be successful in the Trulaske College of Business (TCoB) as they prepare for a career in business. Students will be led through an exploration of opportunities in our college as well as their personal strengths and how those strengths match with various business academic and career paths. Further, students will learn competencies that are necessary for both academic and professional success. This course is offered as a component of the college's unique Professional Development Program. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Restricted to freshman and sophomore students during early registration.

  • BUS_AD 2500Intermediate Professional Development Principles (2 credit hours)2 Credits

    Introduction to Professional Development in Business, will provide students the opportunity to learn about professional interpersonal dynamics - understanding and working with others. Students will learn skills imperative to forming and nurturing professional relationships and will have the opportunity to practice these skills via field experience. Throughout the course, students will continue to develop the professional competencies necessary for career success. This course is offered as a component of the college's unique Professional Development Program. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: 27 credit hours. Corequisites: BUS_AD 1500 or MNGMT 1050.

  • BUS_AD 3500Advanced Professional Development Principles (2 credit hours)2 Credits

    Provides an introduction to professional competencies important for success as a business professional. Includes the assessment, communication and development of competencies valued by employers. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Must be a BSBA or ACCT_BSACC major.

  • BUS_AD 4500Professional Development Program - Internship3 Credits

    This course is designed to help students practice professional core competencies in the workplace. Students will secure a professional-level work experience and apply classroom knowledge and interpersonal skills. This course is a graduation requirement for students seeking the BSBA degree. Graded on S/U basis only. Prerequisites: BUS_AD 3500; Restricted to Upper Level Business Majors who have had their internship approved by the Professional Development Program.

  • FINANC 3000Corporate Finance3 Credits

    Financial decision-making in a corporate environment. Time value of money, capital budgeting, cost of capital, working capital management and financial instruments issued by the firm. Prerequisites: Completed 45 semester hours; Stat 2500 (or Stat 2200 and Stat 1200 or Stat 1300 or Stat 1400); Acctcy 2027 or Acctcy 2037 or Acctcy 2137H; Econom 1014 or Econom 1024; Econom 1015 or Econom 1051 or 1051H.

  • FINANC 4500Principles of Real Estate3 Credits

    Principle factors influencing land use, practices in real estate business. Recommended: FINANC 3000.

  • FINANC 4630Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance3 Credits

    Basic principles of risk management and insurance focusing on operational risks faced by organizations. Covers terminology, sources, dimensions, characteristics, measurement, and assessment of risk along with design and implementation of techniques to mitigate and control risk. Prerequisites or Corequisites: FINANC 2000 or FINANC 3000.

  • MANGMT 3000Principles of Management3 Credits

    Introduction to the basic concepts of management and organization; their application to operations and personnel management. Prerequisites: Completion of 45 semester hours.

  • MANGMT 3300Introduction to Business Processes and Technologies3 Credits

    Introduces students to cross-functional business processes including both transactional and decision making forms. Current and emerging technologies used to facilitate efficient and effective action in these processes are explored. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: 30 credit hours. Restricted to students in the College of Business during early registration. Other students may register after early registration.

  • MANGMT 3540Introduction to Business Law3 Credits

    The legal aspects of business related to society--introduction to the legal system; constitutional, criminal, tort law; contracts and sales law cases and problems; administrative regulation of business and consumer issues. Prerequisites: Completion of 30 semester hours. May be restricted to CoB students only w/30 credit hours during early registration. Other students may register after early registration, provided there is space available. NO OVERRIDES/PERMISSIONS will be given for this class once the lectures/labs fill.

  • MANGMT 4010Operations Management3 Credits

    (cross-leveled with MANGMT 7010). Managerial analysis of operating problems, with emphasis on planning and control systems. Math Reasoning Proficiency Course. Corequisites: MANGMT 3000.

  • MANGMT 4020Human Resource Management3 Credits

    (cross-leveled with MANGMT 7020) Introduction to strategies and best practices in attracting, retaining, developing, and compensating employees. Corequisites: MANGMT 3000.

  • MANGMT 4030Organizational Behavior3 Credits

    (cross-leveled with MANGMT 7030). Examines theoretical constructs and research findings on human behavior in work organizations such as businesses, especially individual differences, dyadic relations and small group behavior. Corequisites: MANGMT 3000.

  • MANGMT 4140W Business Communication - Writing Intensive3 Credits

    The course provides the fundamentals of business communication skills, including written, oral communication, listening, multicultural communication, and teamwork skills, with an emphasis on written communication skills as a method to communicate with important stakeholders. Prerequisites: Restricted to Trulaske College of Business students admitted to professional degree program. Prerequisites or Corequisites: MANGMT 3000.

  • MANGMT 4420Collective Bargaining (self-paced)3 Credits

    Content, negotiation, administration of collective labor agreements and settlement of disputes. Corequisites: MANGMT 3000.

  • MANGMT 4700Principles of Entrepreneurship3 Credits

    An introductory course designed to provide a solid foundation of the role of entrepreneurship. The focus is on the creation of new ventures, the decisions leading to their development, and the factors that lead to their success. Prerequisites or Corequisites: MANGMT 3000. Restricted to Business students ONLY during early registration. Other students may register after early registration, provided there is space available. NO PERMISSIONS/OVERRIDES will be given for this class once it fills.

  • MANGMT 4970Strategic Management3 Credits

    Enterprise-level case studies, simulations, similar exercises to integrate business functional decisions; assessment of environmental influences on business. Development, implementation of company strategies. Prerequisites: MANGMT 3000, MRKTNG 3000, FINANC 3000 and 93 credit hours earned. Open only to seniors admitted to a professional program in the CoB.

  • MRKTNG 3000Principles of Marketing3 Credits

    Institutions, processes, and problems involved in producing and transferring goods and services from producer to consumers; emphasis on economics and social aspects. Prerequisites: 45 semester hours. Prerequisites or Corequisites: ECONOM 1014, ECONOM 1024, ECONOM 1051, or AG_EC 1041.

  • MRKTNG 4000Marketing Management3 Credits

    Further examination of marketing issues: market analysis, market research, positioning, products, pricing, promotion, distribution, relationship management, other topics. Prerequisites: MRKTNG 3000, and ACCTCY 2010 or ACCTCY 2026, or ACCTCY 2036 or ACCTCY 2136H. During early registration, some sections may be restricted to College of Business students with emphasis in Marketing, or International Business with emphasis in Marketing.

  • MRKTNG 4220Consumer Behavior3 Credits

    Dimensions of the consumer market and decision-making process of consumers; analyzing economic, psychological and socio-psychological influences on consumer market and buying behavior. Prerequisites: MRKTNG 3000. During early registration, some sections may be restricted to College of Business students with emphasis in Marketing, or International Business with emphasis in Marketing.

Tuition & Fees

Missouri Resident Fee Rates
  • Per Credit Hour
  • Tuition: $282.00
  • Fees: $13.49
  • Total: $295.49
  • 3 Credit Hours
  • Tuition: $846.00
  • Fees: $40.47
  • Total: $886.47
Missouri Non-Resident Fee Rates
  • Per Credit Hour
  • Tuition: $362.10
  • Fees: $13.49
  • Total: $375.59
  • 3 Credit Hours
  • Tuition: $1086.30
  • Fees: $40.47
  • Total: $1126.77
Tuition rates are subject to change.

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