Weekend/Evening & Online College’s Business Administration program develops leaders who can make complex decisions while valuing the responsibility they hold to the global community.
At Weekend/Evening & Online College, you’ll discover a Business Administration educational environment characterized by four key themes: global business, management communications, business ethics, and innovations in contemporary business management. Our curriculum is a blending of in-person sessions at our Doheny campus near downtown Los Angeles and online coursework.
Choose from one of four Business Administration programs now available:
If you’re looking to advance your career in business, consider the BS in Business Administration degree program from Weekend/Evening & Online College at Mount Saint Mary’s University.
Available Program Formats
Learn more about our program formats and hear from our students about their unique experiences.
Weekend, Evening & Online
Choose your own schedule. Instruction takes place on select weekends, evenings, in-person or online. Combine all formats, or choose the one that works for you.
Complete your degree 100% online with the support of our distinguished faculty.
Low Residency Pathways
Attend classes one evening a week with supplemental online coursework.
You’ll focus on a wealth of subjects as part of the dynamic curriculum:
- Information Systems
- Organizational Behavior
- Business Law
- and much more!
Best of all, you’ll incorporate your own workplace experience into the fabric of the classroom. Every Weekend/Evening & Online College course emphasizes discussion, group projects and written communication, so you’ll learn in a collaborative and effective manner.
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The following is a complete listing of degree requirements for those seeking to earn a BS in Business Administration from Weekend/Evening & Online College at Mount Saint Mary’s University. For more information, please consult a Mount advisor.
Lower Division Core Requirements
27 units total
- BUS 5: Business Law I (3 units)
- BUS 15A: Accounting Principles I (3 units)
- BUS 15B: Accounting Principles II (3 units)
- BUS 21: Essentials of Business Writing and Preparation (3 units)
- ECO 1: Microeconomics (3 units)
- ECO 2: Macroeconomics (3 units)
- MTH 28: Mathematical Analysis for Business (3 units)
- MTH 38: Elements of Probability and Statistics (3 units)
- PHI 92/PHI 192: Business Ethics (3 units)
Upper Division Core Requirements
21 units total
- BUS 122: Managerial Communications (3 units)
BUS 106: Business Law II (3 units)
- BUS 130: Principles of Finance (3 units)
- BUS 160: Principles of Marketing (3 units)
- BUS 177: Management Information Systems (3 units)
- BUS 184: Organizational Behavior (3 units)
- BUS 185: Principles of Management (3 units)
- BUS 192: Business Policy & Strategy (3 units)
In addition to core requirements, eighteen (18) upper division business units are required for the major in Business Administration.
Students who wish to pursue a specific business area concentration may do so by completing 12 units from the following lists below:
- BUS 157: Human Resources Development (3 units)
- BUS 181: Global Businesses (3 units)
- BUS 187: Management Seminar (3 units)
And any one of the following courses:
International Business Concentration
- BUS 181: Global Business (3 units)
- BUS 195: International Marketing (3 units)
- ECO/HIS 112: World Economic History (3 units)
And three units from the following:
Total Units for Major: 48 units
48 Units Required for Basic Major Degree Program
Total Units for Major with Concentration: 60 units
For those who choose to include a concentration in their studies
Total Units for Degree: 124 units
At least 45 units must be from Upper Division courses, and at least 30 of the last 39 taken in residency