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.
Areas of Concentration
Students pursuing business degrees have the option to complete additional coursework in a specialized field. All courses are conducted online.
The concentration is a comprehensive exploration of accounting for organizational decision making. Students will delve into financial and managerial accounting, reporting, the audit function, accounting for information systems, research and taxation, and accounting in nonprofit and governmental environments. View Course Descriptions
The concentration offers an enhancement of financial decision-making skills in organizational systems thinking. Students will examine corporate finance, investment decision making, the role of financial institutions, and complexities of international financial markets through practical application. View Course Descriptions
The concentration focuses on the critical role of health care administration in one of the nation’s fastest growing and most challenging industries, health care. Students will develop foundational knowledge, skills, and abilities related to leadership and management roles in the American health care industry. View Course Descriptions
The concentration offers a deep exploration of issues related to effective management of human resources in an increasingly competitive business environment. Students will examine the role of the manager through staffing, employee development and retention, employee relations, and global HR management courses. View Course Descriptions
The concentration offers an integration of hard and soft IT skills focusing on emerging trends, leveraging and managing resources, and realizing the implications of information technology decisions. Students will build bridges between technical knowledge and managerial and strategic analytical skills through best practices and case studies. View Course Descriptions
The concentration offers an immersion into the challenging environment of economic, political, geographical, and governmental forces. Students will probe into international communities, assess risks, and develop potential strategies for gaining advantage in the international marketplace. View Course Descriptions
The concentration offers a competitive market analysis that successfully influences customer and consumer behavior. Students will create a brand for themselves, evaluate strategies for start-up companies, and research partnerships with advertising agencies using practical application and field studies. View Course Descriptions
The concentration consists of four courses that introduce students to instructional strategies, Web tools, learning assessment and evaluation and best practices in an online environment. This concentration prepares students to teach in a higher education online environment. View Course Descriptions