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Gain an Edge in the Global Marketplace

Point Park’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree completion program provides the academic credential required to pursue a master’s degree while preparing you for the business career you want. Offered on campus and fully online, this flexible program provides students who have been out of the classroom for more than two years the opportunity to complete their degree, using earned credits, transfer credits and experiential learning. 

When you graduate, students will have the skills necessary to achieve success in a variety of business positions, including:

  • Administrative Services Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Medical Health Services
  • Manager Insurance Sales Agent

Program Objectives

Upon successful completion of this program, a student will be able to:

  • Work well with others and with a demonstrated appreciation of individual differences and a sensitivity to diversity.
  • Clearly communicate thoughts and ideas both verbally and in writing.
  • Apply information technology tools and techniques to meet the needs and expectations of the workplace.
  • Analyze, integrate, and communicate complex information to facilitate management decision-making.
  • Apply theory and practice in solving organizational problems.

Courses Options

Courses in the business administration program include:

  • Business Law
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Communication and Research
  • The Money Thing
  • Microcomputing
  • Electronic Commerce

Faculty bring industry experience and expertise to the classroom

Learn from professors with extensive industry experience and academic expertise in business administration.

Meet the faculty
Pictured is Patrick Mulvihill. File photo.
FACULTY SPOTLIGHT
  • Co-host of Take the Hill, a leadership podcast series
  • Worked for PNC Financial Services as a technical specialist and for Fisher Scientific as a product coordinator
  • Research interests in organizational development, systems theory, leadership and qualitative studies