Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Available at Massachusetts Locations

By earning your Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration at Eastern Nazarene, you’ll gain the critical skills necessary to develop business solutions and successfully manage business operations.

Within this Business Administration program, you’ll gain the skills needed to evaluate intern and external business environments, organize business strategy, and construct and implement solutions in the business world.

With Eastern Nazarene College, you’ll be able to earn the degree and credential you need, without changing your schedule. From work to family and life in general, we know that you need a program that works with you, that’s why we’ve designed our program for busy adults, like you.

  • One night a week
  • As little as 20 months to completion
  • Cohort model of instruction
  • 42 credits to completion
  • $417 per credit (Tuition: $407 per credit; Student Fees: $10 per credit)
  • Concierge textbook service ($85 per course or opt-out to make your own book arrangements)

Earning your Bachelor’s in Business Administration will equip you with the critical skills to stand out in the business world. From accounting and economics to financial management, students within this program gain a wealth of knowledge on how to define, describe and apply business concepts directly to their careers.

The business field is a growing work force and now, more than ever; this field needs individuals who are not only skilled educationally but also ethically. With Eastern Nazarene’s Business Administration program, you’ll be able to grow your knowledge of business in an environment that is faith based, and morally grounded. Classes focused on Biblical studies and traditions, moral tension and communication, and multicultural community, allow you to feel confident in your business skills and supported in your faith and integrity.

Managerial Accounting (3 credits)
Global Business (3 credits)
Business Ethics (3 credits)
Management Information Systems (3 credits)
Entrepreneurship & Business Plan Development (3 credits)
Business Law (3 credits)
Seminar in Leadership (3 credits)
Financial Management (3 credits)
Advanced Managerial Finance (3 credits)
Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
Principles of Management (3 credit)
Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
Operations Management (3 credits)
Strategic Management (3 credits)

Accounting I and II are prerequisites for this program.

2018-2019 BSBA Curriculum Information [PDF]