Bachelor of Business Administration
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Baker's small classes and even smaller study groups mean you’ll connect with your fellow students and our supportive faculty and staff.
Gaining an Edge
During classes, students discuss how they’ve applied what they’ve learned in the classroom to their job.
Learn From Experienced Professionals
Baker instructors are leaders in their fields and have years of first-hand professional experience.
Degree Programs for Where You Are Now
Baker offers associate, bachelor's and master's degrees.
21 credit hours from the following areas:
15 additional credit hours
Choose courses from various disciplines or opt for a concentration in one of seven areas.
MLA Concentration Areas
Creative arts – Explore film, music, theatre, literature and art courses designed to expand your knowledge of and appreciation for the creative arts.
History and ideas – Explore a variety of historical events to gain a better understanding of the impact of the past on today’s society, study fundamental issues in philosophy or culture, and delve into various religions to examine the traditions, beliefs and impact of religion on people and society.
Natural and social sciences – Study an array of courses from the sciences, including psychology, politics, criminal justice and natural science, reflecting on the impact one has on the other in our society.
Gender studies – Gain an understanding of how gender dynamics affect your world as well as the greater world in which you live.
Management and leadership – Strengthen your leadership skills, gain a better understanding of group dynamics and behaviors involved in organizations and examine current leadership challenges and trends.
Education – Examine various issues and topics in education (designed for K-12 teachers).
Online teaching and learning – Enhance your online teaching skills by exploring innovative tools, implementing active learning and assessment strategies, and using cybergogy best practices.
Your capstone project is a portfolio that assesses your growth and development throughout the program. Portfolios are required and must be submitted to the faculty before graduation.