B.S. in Business Administration, General Business Specialization
Complete Your Business Administration Program Requirements Entirely Online
We offer you the flexibility to customize your B.S. in Business Administration coursework and never step foot on campus. The General Business specialization can help you meet your goals. It’s designed specifically for those who lead busy lives or live and work far from the Baltimore campus. Don’t worry: If you change your mind and want to take a class on campus, you have the flexibility to do so.
Just think: You may have more than five careers in your lifetime. It’s no longer enough to become competent in just one area of business.
Successful business leaders must understand the varied factors that act upon, and within, any organization. The undergraduate business administration general business specialization allows you to customize your studies and prepares you for work in the public, private or nonprofit sectors.
Business AT UB
At UB, believe that the practical application of knowledge is as important as its discovery. And for business students that's backup up with the world’s largest business education alliance and the hallmark of business schools accreditation standards—AACSB International.
What Our ALUMNI Say
"The caliber of the professors at UB inspires students to be curious, continue with your education, find what you're interested and make it your life." - Tatiana Jimenez, B.S '12 and MBA '16.
Careers in Business
When you choose to specialize in general business your career path is wide open. Check out somecareers paths in business.
Many business students benefit from the Helen P. Denit Business Honors Program'senriched curriculum, enhanced interactions with faculty and alumni, employer site visits, and exceptional internships.
Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's
Save time and money: Begin graduate school before you finish your bachelor’s degree by applying to the Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's Option.
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Did You Know?
According to the Maryland Department of Commerce, biohealth and life sciences, IT and cybersecurity, advanced manufacturing, military and federal, aerospace and defense, energy and sustainability, and agribusiness are key industries where there is strength and growth in the state.