- Course Delivery
- Fully Online
- Total Credits
- In-State Tuition Per Credit
- Out of State Tuition Per Credit
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The online Business Administration Comprehensive, BS degree with Management Emphasis equips students with the knowledge and skills to manage projects and people effectively and efficiently.
Students choose this program to:
- Gain insight from industry-focused faculty and experiential learning.
- Become prepared for leading in a changing global economy.
- Enhance skill and knowledge development.
Students benefit from this program by gaining a solid foundation in the various aspects of business that may move them ahead in their field or push them forward in a new career path.
Core courses in this program provide students with comprehensive skills directly applicable to the field. Courses are offered completely online.
Career Outlook: Over 90% of recent graduates who were surveyed reported they found a full-time job in-field or that they had enrolled in graduate school.
Graduates of this program find careers in a variety of areas, including
- Human Resources
- Operations and Management
- Customer Service
- Project Management
University of Nebraska online courses are taught by expert faculty who embody the qualities resulting from research experience and professional/field experience. Students learn from faculty with a variety of backgrounds, many of whom are published researchers in their fields. NU faculty who teach online do so in a way that enables maximum learning and because technology provides students with maximum access to education.
To be accepted to this program, you must have:
High School Diploma
To apply to this program:
- Complete and submit the online application for admissions.
- Pay the $45 non-refundable application fee.
Rolling admissions. Application review will begin upon receipt of all required application materials.
Program of Study
- 45 credit hours General Studies requirement
- 35 credit hours major core courses
- 21 credit hours Management Emphasis requirement
- 6 credit hours economics, information systems and math requirement
- 9 credit hours unrestricted electives
Request information to be connected with an online program specialst who can help answer questions about transfer credit.
|Choose 3 credit hours from the following:||3|
CBYR 306 Introduction to Predictive Modeling, ECON 365 Business Analytics and Decision Making, MGT 334 Applied Business Analytics
|Choose 3 credit hours from the following:||3|
MGT 485 Seminar in Human Resource Management OR MGT 490 Seminar in Organizational Behavior
|Select 4 courses from the following:||12|
MGT 330 International Management, MGT 400 Entrepreneurship, MGT 401 Small Business Management, MGT 405 Creativity and Innovation, MGT 409 Leadership: Skills, Applications, Research, MGT 410 Compensation Management, MGT 411 Labor Relations, MGT 415 Quality Management Concepts and Practice, MGT 425 Operations Research, MGT 440 Health Care Management I – Managing People Effectively, MGT 441 Health Care Management II – Managing Processes Effectively, MGT 450 Health Care Delivery: Systems and Policies, MGT 474 International Experiential Learning: Management, MGT 475 Management Internship, MGT 498 – Management Topics OR ACCT 412 Employment Law
|Principles of Accounting I||3|
Course Number: ACCT 250
The basic accounting cycle; current assets, current liabilities, and plant assets. Focuses on financial reporting for service businesses or merchandising businesses which have one owner.
|Principles of Accounting II||3|
Course Number: ACCT 251
Continuation of the basic accounting cycle with particular attention given to development of special procedures for control, partnerships, and corporations. Analysis of financial information used within the organization by manufacturing and service businesses.
Course Number: ACCT 311
A study of the legal environment of business. Topics include legal theory, and resources, ethics, the court system, torts, contracts, government regulation, property law and international law considerations.
Course Number: BSAD 100
The goal of this course is to help the student make a successful transition from high school the College of Business and Technology by providing the opportunity to explore the various business disciplines and associated campus and career opportunities. The student will be asked to take an active involvement in academic issues and topics such as the facilities and offerings provided by the College of Business and Technology, requirements for successful course and program completion and the values and skills that lead to professional and personal success.
Course Number: BSAD 295
Current trends in written and oral business communications are covered in this course. Students will learn strategies for developing effective written communications including business letters, e-mail messages, memos, reports, and proposals. Oral communications skills including working in teams, listening, and nonverbal communications are discussed. Techniques for giving effective oral presentations are a part of the course.
Course Number: BSAD 400
The goal of this course is to help the student make a successful transition from the College of Business & Technology to future professional success. Student leadership will be required in various forms in order to determine accomplishment of designated learning goals. Students will also be expected to take an active involvement in activities designed to further enhance professional readiness and help establish positive future connections with the College and business communities.
|Principles of Economics, Macroeconomics||3|
Course Number: ECON 270
A study of the economic system of the U.S. and the underlying principles of production, labor relations, national income, prices, money and banking, and economic policy.
|Principles of Economics, Microeconomics||3|
Course Number: ECON 271
This course provides students an introduction to the economic principles and theories which have been developed to explain how firms make decisions on production and input use, how consumers make purchasing decisions, and how firms and consumers interact in the marketplace under differing market conditions. The course prepares students for further study in the field of economics.
|Principles of Finance||3|
Course Number: FIN 308
Concepts of firm valuation and capital budgeting, capital structure and cost of capital and analysis of financial statements.
Course Number: MATH 102
A college level algebra course which includes a study of linear equations and inequalities, relations and functions, graphing of linear and quadratic functions, polynomial and rational functions, logarithmic and exponential functions, systems of equations, matrices, sequences and series and other selected topics all of which are necessary for the study of calculus.
Course Number: MGT 233
A study of basic statistical analysis of business and economic data demonstrating its use in making sound business decisions.
|Operations and Supply Management||3|
Course Number: MGT 314
Operations management is concerned with the execution of strategy. It involves the systematic design, operation, control and improvement of business processes to achieve organizational goals and create economic value. Successfully managing operations is vital to the long-term viability of every type of organization. This course provides a broad overview of issues in operations and supply chain management emphasizing a strategic orientation toward design and improvement issues. Specific topics include competitiveness; operations strategy; quality management; statistical process control; design of products, services, processes and facilities; project management; forecasting; supply chain management; inventory management; lean production; and scheduling.
Course Number: MGT 355
This course is designed to develop an understanding of and appreciation for the complex interrelationships of people in formal organizations. The course focuses on both individual and group behavior, with emphases on motivation, leadership, conflict and other aspects of organizational dynamics. Some sections use basic statistics and computer applications.
|Social Responsibilities of Business: Issues and Ethics||3|
Course Number: MGT 493
A study of the societal challenge of business and organizations; how business and society interface; micro and macro publics of business and organization, environment, consumerism, employee rights, equality/diversity, international business and future corporate ethos. This course covers legal, ethical and social responsibility issues of business and organizations.
|Administrative Strategy and Policy||3|
Course Number: MGT 495
As the capstone course in business, the course is designed (1) to integrate the knowledge acquired in other courses in business administration and (2) to emphasize analysis and decision-making.
|Principles of Marketing||3|
Course Number: MKT 300
The course will inform students of the theories, principles, and methods involved in the transaction and organized exchange of goods and services. Discussion of the history and evolution of marketing, its present-day challenges, and strategies connected with developing, pricing, promoting and distributing goods and/or services.
|Principles of Management||3|
Course Number: MKT 301
An integrated study of the functions of a manager: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. An in-depth look at various management theories.
9 credit hours needed to meet 120 credit hour minimum.
Cost for Nebraska Residents
Per Credit Hour
- Tuition: $259.00
- Fees: $57.25
- Total: $316.25
3 Credit Hours
- Tuition: $777.00
- Fees: $171.75
- Total: $948.75
Cost for Out of State Residents
Per Credit Hour
- Tuition: $396.00
- Fees: $57.25
- Total: $453.25
3 Credit Hours
- Tuition: $1188.00
- Fees: $171.75
- Total: $1359.75
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What's it like to take a program online?
Quality learning experience
The University of Nebraska has offered distance education courses for more than 100 years so you can expect a quality, rigorous experience. Online courses are often highly interactive with faculty and students communicating through e-mail, discussion forums and chat groups. You’ll have direct access to world-class faculty – researchers who are experts in their fields or practitioners with real-world experience. Also, you’ll be part of a community of learners and can benefit from the perspectives of students from across the globe.
Online learning gives you the flexibility and freedom to attend your classes wherever is convenient to you. You can save time and money by being able to continue to work and by avoiding relocation or travel costs. You will be required to complete assignments in a certain timeframe, but in most instances, you can log in and complete coursework during the time of day that works best for you. You aren’t tied to a specific class time.
Service you expect from a leading University
Online learners at the University of Nebraska have access to the same student services available to on-campus students. An academic adviser will guide you along your journey, library services are available to help you excel in your program and career services are available when you are ready to take your next step. These are just a few of the services in place to help you succeed.