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Online Business Bachelor Degree Programs

Bachelor’s degrees in business, including online business degrees, consist of several closely related fields concerned with starting and growing a business: business administration, accounting, marketing and several others. Bachelor business degree programs prepare you to enter the business field you specialize in as a trained professional, and, with a few years of experience, are usually enough to get you into mid-level management positions. You can earn your Bachelor’s degree in Business online or on-campus.



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Paul Quinn College

Kaplan University

Western Governors University

Ashford University

Patten University

Antioch University

Florida Tech University Online

New England College

University College

Full Sail University

Rasmussen College

Strayer University

Capella University

Walden University

American College in Greece
Aghia Paraskevi, Greece
Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI
Aquinas College
Grand Rapids, MI
Augsburg College
Minneapolis, MN

Earn Your Bachelor’s Degree in Business Online

In recent years, online business degrees have become more common because they allow you to advance your education while working full-time. For example, earning your Bachelor’s of Business Administration (BBA) online offers you the opportunity to keep a regular job – perhaps in a related field like retail management – while studying business administration in the evening. An online Bachelor’s degree in Business can also mean significantly improved income; the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that holding a bachelor’s degree means earning about $18,000 more each year compared to someone who holds only a high school diploma.

Business Degree Spotlight - Bachelor of Science (BS) in Accounting

A Bachelor degree in Accounting prepares you for both an accounting career and the certified accounting examinations. This degree usually leads to a career as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and perhaps a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) should you decide to enter the private sector.