Bachelor of Business Administration

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program is a four-year undergraduate degree that prepares students for the supervision and management of diverse business operations.

 At Acsenda, our program allows students to select a specific concentration, and garner advanced standing and experience within a specialized professional designation.

120 credits

40 courses

4-year degree program

Program Scope

The Business Administration degree (BBA) program is a four-year undergraduate degree that prepares students for the supervision and management of diverse business operations. In addition, at Acsenda, our program allows students to select a specific concentration, as well as garner advanced standing and experience within a specialized professional designation.

The concentrations we offer at Acsenda are:

  • Accounting
  • International Business Management
  • General Business Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Marketing Management

Also, the business administration degree (BBA) includes practical knowledge in the performance of business operations and decision-making, along with the efficient organization of people and resources to achieve specific goals.

At Acsenda, our business management program and course offerings part-time and full-time are designed to prepare you for these challenges and to expand your knowledge in the business administration field with business courses that emphasize on integral and tactical skills that can increase the opportunities of progress in a respective job with the management skills and experience learned in the program.

Our faculty and instructors bring expertise and up-to-date knowledge to the classes, sharing their life experiences and meaningful lectures with the students. Besides having small class sizes which lead to having more time for one-on-one teaching and personalized learning.

For more information on the types of careers for the BBA degree, please go to the article ‘What kinds of jobs can you get with a BBA degree?‘ on the campus news section.