2019-2020 Southeastern University - Unrestricted Education Catalog 
    
    Sep 15, 2019  
2019-2020 Southeastern University - Unrestricted Education Catalog

Bachelor of Business Administration - Business Leadership Track - Online


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Program Description

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a concentration in Leadership is an undergraduate business degree built around a common core of business courses, with 12 hours of advance courses in organizational leadership. The BBA is the recognized industry standard online business degree offered by Southeastern.

The curriculum covers the Common Professional Components (CPC) and General Knowledge and Skills as prescribed by Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and industry best-practices. Students select from a variety of advanced leadership courses that emphasize soft-skills and the understanding of leadership in a variety of contexts.

The BBA with an emphasis in Leadership is understood in the marketplace as a comprehensive business degree for graduates wishing to start or advanced their careers as leaders in business organizations.

Bachelor of Business Administration - Business Leadership Track - Online - Four-Year Plan   

Foundational Core - 56 Hours


Intellectual and Practical Skills - 15 Hours


Engaging Human Culture and the Natural World - 19 Hours


Humanities Elective (select one):


Behavioral Science Elective (select one):


Leadership Core - 12 Credit Hours


Leadership Electives - 12 Hours


* 12 credit hours of any LDRS courses

General Electives - 6 Credit Hours


General Electives are any courses that do not satisfy any specific course requirements of your program and which you have not previously taken.  

Total Program Hours - 120 Credit Hours


NOTE: It is the responsibility of the student to read, review, and fulfill the requirements and total hours of this degree audit for their applicable degree.

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