Online Bachelor of Business Administration

The Online BBA Completion Program is designed for those who have completed undergraduate core curriculum and lower division business core courses and are interested in an online option for earning a business degree.  The 60-hour degree completion program is fully online and may be completed in less than two years once entry requirements are met. Online BBA majors include Accounting, Business Economics, General Business, Management, and Marketing.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants who have completed 42 hours with a GPA of 2.0 or higher may be accepted into the Online General Business BBA Completion Program.  Students may transition into the upper division course sequence as they complete the University Core Curriculum and 60 hours including the following courses or their equivalents:

  • ECON 2301 - Macroeconomics Principles 3 sem. hrs.
  • MATH 1324 - Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences 3 sem. hrs.
  • MATH 1325 - Calculus for Business & Social Sciences 3 sem. hrs.

Additionally, the following business field of study courses may be transferred (Grades of "C" or better required in business courses):

  • ECON 2302 - Microeconomics Principles 3 sem. hrs.
  • BCIS 1305 (MISY 2305) - Computer Applications in Business 3 sem. hrs.
  • ACCT 2301 - Financial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.
  • ACCT 2302 - Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.
  • BUSI 1301 - (Business Elective) Business Principles 3 sem. hrs.
  • BUSI 2305 - (ORMS 3310) Business Statistics 3 sem. hrs.

The BBA Online Completion Program is offered in 7 week terms which includes 30 upper-division hours of Business Core Requirements and 30 hours of additional Accounting, Finance, Management, and Marketing courses.  Missing entry requirements may be completed on-campus or online with TAMU-CC community college partners.



Business Economics*Beginning fall 2023

Finance*Beginning fall 2023

General Business



Degree Completion Guided Pathways

The Guided Pathways documents below provide a list of required lower division transfer courses and upper division business courses required for each degree.

 A full description of the program is provided in the TAMU-CC Undergraduate Catalog