If a full-time program doesn’t work for you, contact the Program Advisor to discuss how to meet program requirements in the time that you do have.
Typically, a full-time student completes this program in four semesters by taking five to six courses per semester. With careful planning, you can complete the program in six semesters by taking three to four courses per semester. You can, however, take as little as one course per semester if that is all that will work for you. If you are accessing government student loans, make sure that you are taking the minimum number of courses to remain eligible for funding.
Most Business Administration courses are offered once per year. We will work with you to plan a pathway through the course offerings to match them with your interests and goals, educational level, and available time.
Highly Respected Skills.
Capable accounting and finance professionals are highly respected in the global business world and are in high demand. We give you a solid financial understanding and management background to secure your career potential in this high-paying and diverse field.
Our Accounting and Finance concentration allows you to start working right away or receive advance credit towards earning your Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), or other professional designations.
The Accounting and Finance concentration provides students with a solid background in the financial structure of business. Students develop skills in such areas as: financial and managerial accounting, systems analysis and design, auditing, taxation, and computer systems.
Our comprehensive course offerings train you to be successful in a variety of respected careers, such as:
- Management accounting
- Financial planning
- Business analyst
- Financial accounting
PLEASE NOTE: This following is one example of a part-time plan for completing the Business Administration program. To develop a part-time plan that meets your individual needs, please contact the Program Advisor.
Tuition and Fees will vary depending on how many courses you take at one time.