Jumpstart your career in business with a premier online bachelor’s in business management.
Jessup’s online bachelor’s degree in business management will teach you how to be an effective leader in today’s dynamic business climate. The pragmatic program provides insight on the practical and theoretical elements of leadership and management while integrating a biblical perspective. Christian principles are integrated throughout the curriculum, allowing you to become an ethical business leader with the knowledge of how to lead and inspire others. The degree will prepare you for any type of management career, whether it’s business or non-business, ministry or non-ministry, or public or private.
The online B.S. in business management covers broad topics, such as human resources, project management and entrepreneurship. The challenging academic experience will allow you to sharpen your leadership, marketing, accounting, finance and management skills, and you’ll be able to immediately apply your expertise in the workplace. Additionally, you’ll explore complex topics such as tax audits, macro- and microeconomics, nonprofit management and business development.
Our faculty members for this online management degree have real-world executive experiences, including backgrounds in Wall Street and Big Tech. Upon graduation, you will be able to analyze business opportunities to successfully make sound business decisions and effectively communicate and collaborate in a team environment. You will also be ready to pursue a career in banking, insurance, the service industry and other general business areas or to further your education and advance your career with an online MBA.
Courses and Requirements
Jessup’s online B.S. in business management requires a total of 128 credit hours, including 38 credits in the business major and 12 credits of management electives. As a student, you’ll learn topics including business statistics, financial accounting and marketing.
Central to each student’s course of study are the Foundational Studies, a core of classes that position students as leaders in their world. Jessup seeks to develop the whole person by developing skills in communication, quantitative reasoning, and critical thinking and by exposing students to a broad cross‐section of knowledge in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
The following courses are part of the requirement for this major and are recommended to fulfill general education requirements or must be taken as part of a student’s major elective choices.
Course Number Course Title Credits BUS 241 Microeconomics 3 BUS 290 Business Statistics 3 BUS 302 Organizational Communication 3
Course Number Course Title Credits BUS 101 Foundations in Business 3 BUS 140 Management and Organizational Behavior 3 BUS 210 Management Information Systems 3 BUS 240 Macroeconomics 3 BUS 242 Personal Finance 3 BUS 245 Financial Accounting 3 BUS 246 Managerial Accounting 3 BUS 260 Business Law 3 BUS 320 Marketing 3 BUS 342 Financial Management 3 BUS 372 International Business 3 BUS 381 Operations Management 3 BUS 475 Business Internship 2-3 BUS 498 Strategic Management 3
Course Number Course Title Credits BUS 382 Human Resource Management 3 BUS 384 Management Leadership 3 BUS 385 Project Management 3 BUS 388 Entrepreneurship 3
Concentrations within the major have variable unit requirements; therefore, to meet the minimum standard of 128 units for degree completion, the free electives are adjusted according to the chosen concentration.
Submit your application. Be sure to include a copy of your undergrad transcript confirming at least a 2.0 GPA, if you have one. Otherwise, submit a copy of your high school transcript and ACT or SAT scores.
|Maximum Transfer Credits||90||$425||$38,250|
|Total with transfer credits: †||$16,150|
The tuition reflects the minimum time to completion. Time to completion varies by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at (844) 224-5483 or request more information.
* Tuition and fees are subject to change. Books and materials are not included and may cost up to an additional $5,500.
† Maximum transfer credit total includes reduction in technology fee as related to reduced number of courses over time.
Online students receive the same financial aid options as those attending classes on campus. Students receive a dedicated financial aid officer who will guide them through all of their available financial aid options. There are several grants, scholarships and loans available, and undergrad students are eligible for up to $12,500 per year in federal student loans.
Learn more about financial aid options.
Undergrads also can receive up to $2,000 per year with the Church Partnership Grant, which is reserved for candidates who attend supporting churches. Additionally, California high school seniors or those transferring from a community college may apply for the Cal Grant. The grant does not need to be repaid and is funded by the state of California.
Find out more about the grants and scholarships available.
Prospective students who are transferring can complete their degree in two years with a full workload and 60 units transferred. A maximum of 90 credits may be transferred per university policy, and credits may come from other regionally accredited institutions.
Learn more about transferring your credits.
Jessup proudly participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program to fully support our nation’s veterans. Veterans with 100-percent eligibility will have all of their tuition costs and most fees completely covered. Additionally, up to $2,500 per year may be awarded to those who qualify for the U.S. Army Women’s Foundational Legacy Scholarship.
Learn more about Jessup’s military friendliness.
Jessup is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), the Association for Biblical Higher Education and the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).
Market Research Analyst
Market research analysts are responsible for examining the potential sales of a company’s products or services. They determine market demand and inform the business what consumers want and the related price.
Human Resources Specialist
A human resources specialist handles the hiring process, including recruitment, interviewing and placement. He or she also conducts training and works on various human resources tasks, such as compensation, benefits, training and employee relations.
A logistician handles a company’s supply chain, or the system that delivers a product from the supplier to the consumer. He or she controls a product’s life cycle, including how it is acquired, allocated and delivered.
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Why Choose Jessup?
Easily accessible faculty who have real-world business experience.
The highest level of quality of education.
Students get their education in a small, family-oriented environment.