Top Online Business Degree Programs

On-campus and online business degree programs prepare you to enter one or more business fields. Which careers you qualify for depends largely on the specialization you choose; popular online business degrees include accounting, communications, human resources, management, marketing and several others. Top business schools have found that degrees such as a BS in Accounting and an MBA in Health Care Management are now very popular.

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University of Miami

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Jacksonville University Online

Villanova University Online

Florida Tech

University of Notre Dame

University of San Francisco


Full Sail University

Southern New Hampshire University

Michigan State University

Northeastern University

University of Maryland

Villanova University

Norwich University

Grand Canyon University

Brandeis University

New England College

New Jersey Institute of Technology

California State University

The George Washington University

Southeast Missouri State University

Northcentral University

Kettering University Online

Valparaiso University

Northeastern University D'Amore-McKim School of Business

Utica College

Boston University

The George Washington University

New England College

Marylhurst University

Lewis University

Washington State University

Benedictine University

University of Saint Mary

Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Abilene Christian University

University of Southern California

Rasmussen College

Saint Joseph’s University

Ohio University

Notre Dame de Namur University

University Of Alabama Birmingham

Colorado State University

Purdue University

Adelphi University

The University of Scranton

Institute of Technology

Queens University of Charlotte

Case Western Reserve Engineering

Online Business Degrees Can Boost Your Earnings

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects positive job growth in most business fields through 2022. For example, employment of personal financial advisors is predicted to increase by 27% during that time, while management analysts see a jump of 19%. Both rates are much faster than the average for all occupations. While a bachelors degree in business is generally enough to get you started in any business field, a master’s-level on-campus or online business degree is often necessary if you want to advance into upper management.