Total requirements for degree: 122–124 hours*
Major requirements available online: 54 hours
*Includes previous credits earned and Palmetto College courses (60-68 hours, depending on degree program)
Get down to business
The University of South Carolina Aiken's Business Administration program, with a concentration in Management, gives you the knowledge and skills you need to succeed in the business world and achieve your personal and professional goals. We'll also help you develop the professional values and leadership skills that will serve you well in any organization.
The program prepares students to meet the dynamic global, technological and ethical challenges of a business and society. Our business curriculum has been developed with the assistance of the Business Advisory Council for the School of Business Administration to reflect today's employers' real-world needs.
Students are expected to develop strong oral and written communication skills, an appreciation for diversity and the global nature of business, the ability to work well in teams, a strong ethical appreciation, modern business skills and the ability to use appropriate business technology.
|Course Start Date||Application Deadline||Missing Documents Deadline||Registration Deadline||Tuition Deadline|
|January 12, 2015||December 1, 2014||December 15, 2014||January 5, 2015||January 6, 2015|
|August 20, 2015||July 15, 2015||July 30, 2015||August 7, 2015||August 12, 2015|
The University of South Carolina Aiken's Business Administration program is the only online business degree completion program in South Carolina to be fully accredited by AACSB International.
AACSB accreditation is the gold standard for business programs worldwide, and is held by fewer than 10 percent of all business schools around the world. Having an AACSB undergraduate business degree facilitates admission to an AACSB-accredited MBA program in the future. AACSB accreditation also ensures that a business school's curriculum is up-to-date, that business courses are taught by qualified faculty and that student learning is regularly assessed within a culture of continuous improvement.February 10, 2015