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Online BBA Degree


The Online BBA degree from the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston is a fully online program available in the following majors: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing and Supply Chain Management. Our mission is to offer leading-edge, student-centered education that is accessible and affordable, founded on research and grounded in the real world.

Learn to analyze financial information by applying generally accepted accounting principles and proceed to communicate findings in common terms. Acquire the knowledge required to value organizations based on income, costs, sources, and uses of funds, while considering regularly changing accounting procedures.
Learn all aspects of entrepreneurship from this nationally ranked program: evaluating the feasibility of a business idea, developing a business plan, bringing products, services, and technologies to market, managing the people side of business, managing the money side of business, and personal development. In this 100% online program, entrepreneurship students prepare to start their own businesses or to work for an existing entrepreneur.
Learn to apply financial principles and methodologies while exploring the world of financial systems with real-world learning experiences and curriculum developed by our award-winning faculty. Gain knowledge in both theory and application of activities related to the financing and investment decisions of individuals, corporations and non-profit entities. Our program focuses on understanding decision processes, related financial markets and fostering optimal decisions. Develop the knowledge, technical skills, and job market relevance to succeed in the lucrative, dynamic and challenging world of finance.
Learn to apply management and leadership principles while preparing for positions in general management. Gain knowledge in administrative sciences and choose from elective courses in leadership, human resources and strategic management. Our program focuses on the behavior of individuals and groups within formal organizations, with particular emphasis upon the application of theory and research to management practice. Gain knowledge in topic areas including leadership and motivation of personnel, decision making, the adaptation of organizations to their environment and the planning for and use of human resources in both the public and private sectors.
Learn to design, develop, and implement information systems to solve organizational problems effectively while preparing for in-demand positions in data analysis, project management, database and information technologies. Gain the knowledge and skills needed to provide informational support for decision-making in organizations. Develop tools to recognize and analyze business problems and opportunities. Our program curriculum covers the skills needed to analyze customer requirements and propose information systems-based solutions in emerging dynamic and complex business environments.
Learn how to conduct market research and analyze buyers, how to price goods and services, how to sell, how to advertise and promote, and how to develop a marketing plan. Our program curriculum covers several interest areas in Marketing, including selling and sales management, retailing, market research and analysis and marketing communications. Develop the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to be successful within various careers in Marketing.
Learn the critical business functions that enable companies to create, produce, and deliver products and services. Our program curriculum covers both the critical aspects of Supply Chain Management used by every company and the innovative methodologies and techniques that are increasingly being pursued by leading organizations. Develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to be successful within any role in Supply Chain Management. Supply chain management professionals focus on operations planning, procurement and sourcing, production of goods and services, demand fulfillment, transportation and logistics, and the various customer support and return processes (including retail returns, recycling, and reconditioning).