The UC Online Bachelor of Business Administration program can be completed at your own pace and schedule. Our students are provided with the skills to take their careers to the next level or make sure they are better prepared when they begin their professional careers.
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This course aims to develop a conceptual framework for strategic planning and introduce a handful of analytical tools. Importantly, strategy involves wrestling with knotty problems and testing solutions in a group context. Therefore, we develop descriptive familiarity and some analytical prowess around real problems and develop vital points of reference we can utilize in future, analogous circumstances. We analyze marketing cases that pivot on substantial, contemporary issues involving branding, market selection, business definition, program development and management, among others.
Students complete four required finance courses and twelve hours of approved electives. Students may not double count courses between Lindner majors, minors, and certificates.
Natural Sciences Students complete six hours of NS coursework.
Students complete 12 hours of finance electives from this approved list. A minimum of 2 courses must be FIN. Students must meet all pre-requisites for the courses they wish to take. Pre-requisites vary by course. Students may not double count courses between Lindner majors, minors, and certificates.
Students must complete 12 hours of free electives
Students complete six hours of approved coursework.
Most colleges allow you to order copies of transcripts online, by mail, or in person via the office of admissions or registrar’s office. You’ll complete a transcript request form, you may pay a small fee, and have to provide proof of identification.
If you don’t know where to start when requesting transcripts, usually, the easiest way to locate your previous college transcripts is to conduct an online search for “(your previous school name here) transcript request.”
*Please note that international transcripts must be evaluated from a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).
Official transfer credit evaluations are completed when a student is offered admission and has confirmed. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor about completing a course planning guide.
Yes. You will need to work with a program advisor to understand what credits will apply and meet the minimum requirement for credit hours completed at the University of Cincinnati.
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