How can you benefit from an online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree?
Accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE), Point Park University’s online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program serves as the gateway to professional success in diverse careers, along with an opportunity to transform previously earned credits into a completed degree. When you transfer your credits into this online bachelor’s of business administration program, you’ll pick up where you left off in your education and learn the essential skills you need for a career in business. With the support of educators with diverse business experience, you’ll become proficient in marketing, the principles of management, ecommerce and more.
Delivered in Point Park University’s digital learning platform, the online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program utilizes a curriculum designed for transfer students striving for degree completion. Focusing on career-preparedness, the program will transform you into a critical thinker with the skills needed to begin a new career or achieve advancement within your current business. As a student, you’ll benefit from flexible online course options, a fully online format, and support from application to graduation.
Transform Your Experience into College Credit
Point Park is proud to introduce a new Prior Learning Assessment and Advanced Standing/Experiential Learning Credit opportunities. Students can transfer credits from qualifying experiences including other college institutions, College Level Examination Program (CLEP), DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST exams) or UEXCEL exams, Advanced Placement (AP) credit and experiential learning assessment portfolio submissions. Experiential learning credits are not considered current coursework for financial aid and they do not fulfill any of the minimum 30 credits that must be completed at Point Park University to graduate. In addition, experiential learning credits through portfolio submissions are capped at 18 credits.
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