SDSU’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration online degree completion program is designed so that students who satisfy all eligibility requirements can graduate with as few as 49 units (18 courses) or as many as 55 units (20 courses), depending on writing proficiency.

Upon completion of the program, graduates will be awarded the same degree as on-campus students — the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. The diploma and transcript will not distinguish that the program was completed online.

Total program cost ranges from $24,500 to $28,050.

 

 

 

AACSB accredited
SDSU’s College of Business Administration is fully accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, all of its programs – both online and on-campus – are accredited.

Only students admitted to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Online Degree Completion Program may enroll in these courses. Eligible students will receive course registration links for Spring 2019 via email on Monday, December 3.

 

Course No. Course Tittle SP1 SP2 SU1 SU2 FA1 FA2
ACCTG 325 Intermediate Managerial and Tax Accounting        
BA 300 Ethical Decision Making in Business        
BA 310 Foundations of Business in a Global Environment        
BA 323 Fundamentals of Finance        
BA 350 Management and Organizational Behavior        
BA 360 Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain
Management
       
BA 370 Marketing        
BA 402 Exploration of Business Career Development        
BA 405 International Business Strategy and Integration        
FIN 327 Investments        
MGT 352 Human Resource Management        
MGT 434 Business Negotiation        
MGT 475 Leadership in Organizations        
MIS 380 Data Management Systems        
MKTG 371 Consumer Behavior        
NUTR 313 Contemporary Nutrition        
PHIL 329 Social Ethics        
RTM 404 Cross-Cultural Perspectives of Tourism        
RWS 280 Academic Reading and Writing        
RWS 390W Writing in Business Settings        

 

Courses

2018 Fall2019 Spring2019 Summer
2019 Spring
ACCTG 0325 Intermediate Managerial and Tax Accounting

Theories, practices, and concepts to provide planning and control information to decision makers; tax considerations that impact managerial planning and decision making. May not be taken for credit by accounting majors.
Prerequisites: Accountancy 202. Approved upper division business major or minor or other approved major. Not open to
accounting majors.

Course Date(s)
March 17 - May 11
March 17 - May 11
March 17 - May 11
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2019 Spring
B A 0300 Ethical Decision Making in Business

Theoretical concepts and dimensions of ethics in business decisions. Ethics of decision alternatives using different approaches and philosophies, with application of an integrative ethical decision model to cases from various business subdisciplines.

Course Date(s)
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
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2019 Spring
B A 0310 Foundations of Business in a Global Environment

Introduction to the program of study leading to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Integration of various business disciplines to accomplish strategic goals. Presentation of the concept of global awareness, one of the fundamental pillars of global competency necessary in today’s business world.

Course Date(s)
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
2019 Spring
B A 0323.02 Fundamentals of Finance

Objectives of financial management. Financing the business enterprise. Internal financial management. Introduction to the cost of capital, valuation, dividend policy, leverage, international finance, and the techniques of present value and its applications. Sources of capital.

Course Date(s)
March 17 - May 11
March 17 - May 11
2019 Spring
B A 0350.01 Management and Organizational Behavior

Human behavior at individual, interpersonal, and group levels including effect of organization structure on behavior. Emphasis on managerial roles, historical evolution of management, ethics, and behavior in multicultural contexts.

Course Date(s)
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
2019 Spring
B A 0360.02 Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management

Managerial concepts and quantitative methods associated with the design, execution, and management of operations and supply chain systems.

Course Date(s)
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
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2019 Spring
B A 0370.03 Marketing

Function of marketing in organizations and society. Strategic marketing planning in domestic and global settings to include marketing concepts, consumer behavior, market research, product planning, pricing, distribution, promotion, and influence of the external environment on marketing decisions.

Course Date(s)
March 17 - May 11
March 17 - May 11
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2019 Spring
B A 0402 Exploration of Business Career Development

Prepare students for careers after college and transition from college to career. Personal preparation and analysis of identification of best career options for each student.
Prerequisite: Upper division standing in the Fowler College of Business.

Course Date(s)
March 17 - May 11
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2019 Spring
B A 0405 International Business Strategy and Integration

Integration of business administration principles and concepts for strategy design, implementation, and control, in domestic and global markets. Establishment of top management policy emphasized through case studies, experiential exercises, and simulations.

Course Date(s)
March 17 - May 11
March 17 - May 11
2019 Spring
MGT 0352.02 Human Resource Management

Acquisition, development, maintenance, and termination of human resources in accordance to goals of the organization.

Course Date(s)
March 17 - May 11
March 17 - May 11
March 17 - May 11
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2019 Spring
MGT 0434 Business Negotiation

Origins and strategies of abstract and theoretical approaches tobargaining and negotiation in business situations faced by managers and leaders.

Course Date(s)
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
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2019 Spring
MGT 0475.01 Leadership in Organizations

Leadership, communicating vision, initiating changes and innovation, and developing leadership competencies through self-assessment.

Course Date(s)
March 17 - May 11
March 17 - May 11
2019 Spring
MIS 0380 Data Management Systems

Methodology for applying data base management systems in design of information systems. Analysis of data base applications from perspectives of system users and systems analysts.
Prerequisites: Management Information Systems 180. Approved upper division business major, business minor, or another major approved by the Fowler College of Business. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript.

Course Date(s)
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
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Instructors
Robert Brigss
2019 Spring
MKTG 0371 Consumer Behavior

Consumer behavior concepts and theories for developing, implementing, and assessing marketing strategy. Psychological, social, and environmental factors in understanding of needs, wants, preferences, and decision making related to consumption behaviors.
Prerequisite: Business Administration 370 with a minimum grade of C (2.0). Proof of completion of prerequisite required: Copy of transcript.

Course Date(s)
March 17 - May 11
March 17 - May 11
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2019 Spring
PHIL 0329 Social Ethics

Ethical issues of contemporary life. Individualism vs. collectivism; democracy vs. dictatorship; ethical problems arising in law, medicine, business, government and interpersonal relationships.

Course Date(s)
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
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Instructors
Alison Brown
2019 Spring
RWS 0280.02 Academic Reading and Writing

Academic prose, emphasizing purposes, structures, and styles of academic writing, with particular emphasis on elements of argument. Designed to improve students' ability to plan, draft, revise, and edit essays, as well as to improve their ability to read and analyze complex academic texts.

Course Date(s)
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
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2019 Spring
RWS 0390W Writing Business Settings

Composing effective texts and presentations for a wide range of audiences, business purposes, genres, and settings. Enhancing critical reading and writing skills by exploring how content contributes to meaning and effectiveness in business documents.

Course Date(s)
January 20 - March 16
January 20 - March 16
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