Virscend University plans to offer a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Program (2-year completion program) starting in the fall of 2021. The program is designed for business-oriented individuals that have completed at minimum 60 units at either a community college or 4-year university. Students enrolled in the program must complete 20 courses at Virscend in order to obtain a Bachelor’s degree. The program may be completed within 2 years for full-time students. For students enrolled part-time the length of time to finish the program will be longer.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
20 courses, 60 units
|Course #||Course Name|
|Courses offered in Fall semester Year One|
|BA 300||Introduction to Economics|
|BA 301||Introduction to Business Communications|
|BA 302||Introduction to Business Statistics|
|BA 303||Introduction to Management|
|BA 304||Introduction to Management Information Systems|
|Courses offered in Spring semester Year One|
|BA 305||Introduction to Accounting|
|BA 306||Introduction to Finance|
|BA 307||Introduction to Marketing|
|BA 308||Introduction to International Business|
|BA 309||Business Law|
|Courses offered in the Fall semester Year Two|
|BA 310||Introduction to Human Resources Management|
|BA 401||Database Management Systems|
|BA 403||Cost Accounting|
|BA 404||Investment Principles|
|BA 405||International Marketing|
|Courses offered in Spring semester Year Two|
|BA 406||Leadership and Motivation in Organizations|
|BA 407||Operations Planning and Control|
|BA 408||Supply Chain Management|
|BA 409||Intermediate Financial Management|
|BA 410||Project Management|
This program is designed to help students obtain business administration knowledge and skills. Students develop competencies in the rapidly changing economy with new opportunities arising daily in the business world. The students will acquire tools to prepare them to meet the challenges of a global market place in a wide variety of industries.
Our mission is to inspire business professionals to be intellectually prepared for the fast-changing global business environment.
After completing the Business Administration program, students will be able to:
Demonstrate knowledge of the strategic management process and an ability to assess industry attractiveness and the competitive environment.
Explain how effective leaders use their interpersonal skills to promote change, communicate vision, provide a sense of direction, and inspire employees.
Successfully utilize the tools and techniques of managerial accounting to make decisions about both day-to-day operations and long-term tactics and strategies.
Utilize the tools and methodologies needed to solve marketing problems, including developing marketing plans and the use of various marketing strategies.
Identify and analyze the pertinent concepts and theories of law, ethical issues that arise, and the principles of legal reasoning.
Apply fundamental processes, theories, and methods to business communication in the workplace and the overall writing initiative.
Demonstrate proficiency in English composition, including the ability to use appropriate style, grammar, and mechanics in writing assignments and to conduct academic research.
Demonstrate an understanding of computer applications and proficiency in the managerial applications of Internet technology, including the application of management principles to business-to-consumer, business-to-business, and intra-business commercial ventures.
Identify and apply fundamental math concepts for operations and problem solving and apply basic statistical concepts and tools in order to correctly interpret the results of statistical analyses.
Critical Thinking: Students will demonstrate conceptual learning, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Business Ethics: Students will demonstrate awareness and knowledge of social responsibility, ethical leadership and citizenship issues in the local, rational and world communities.
Team Skills: Students will demonstrate interpersonal skills for working in a dynamic and diverse world including in a team.
Communication Skills: Students will demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills in English.
Business Functions: Students will demonstrate an understanding of all business functions, practices and related theories and integrate this functional knowledge to address business problems.
Quantitative & Technical Skills: Students will demonstrate quantitative and technology
ical skills enabling them to analyze and interpret business data effectively and to improve business performance.
60 semester units
Is an Externship or Internship Required?
To complete this program a student must complete all prescribed courses and earn a cumulative 2.5 grade point average.
Final Tests or Exams
Yes. Students are evaluated through written and performance
assessments in each course taken in this program of study.
Required Internship or Externship