Online B.S. in Business Management
Reduced Tuition for the 2022–23 Academic Year
The B.S. in Business Management will be offered at a price of $425 per credit for the 2022–23 academic year — a cost reduction of $179!
- Part-Time Cost per Trimester (6 credits) — $2,550
- Full-Time cost per Trimester (12 credits) — $5,100
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What courses will I take as a Business Management major?
The business management program offers major courses in business administration with an emphasis in management, all from a biblical perspective. You’ll gain career-relevant knowledge through courses like:
Economic Principles (BUSN 205)
Organizational Ethics (BUSN 319)
Introduction to Marketing (BUSN 230)
Bible and Theology Coursework
As part of Biola’s commitment to a biblically centered education, all undergraduate students have the opportunity to take 30 credits of biblical studies. As a business management student, 15 of these credits will be integrated directly into your business courses, with the remaining 15 offered through separate Bible and theology courses.
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Career Outlook and Preparation
What can you do with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management?
A B.S. in Business Administration can prepare you to impact the world for Jesus Christ in fields such as law, accounting, international business, finance and marketing. Career options include professions such as:
- Business analyst
- Management analyst
- Corporate auditor
- Public relations specialist
- Market research analyst
19% job growth
According the Bureau of Labor Statistics job growth for market research analysts is projected to be much faster than average between 2020 and 2030.
BLS projections are not specific to Biola University students or graduates.
The knowledge and resources I gained from this program made an immediate impact on my career. The biblical integration in my courses not only helped me open my heart to living a God-centered life, but left me with a desire to learn more.
I knew that I would learn about God and get an education, but never realized how awesome my instructors at Biola would be. Every one of them takes God seriously and demonstrates his love to students. The faculty here far exceeds other colleges — and I’ve been at five other schools.
Online Bachelor's Degrees Admissions Requirements
If you're interested in applying to one of Biola University’s online bachelor’s degree programs, see the information below to learn about admissions requirements.
Steps to Apply
Want to get started with the admissions process? See our Steps to Apply for online bachelor’s students.
- Transfer up to 70 credits of work from other accredited colleges or universities. Learn more about transferring credits.
- Earn credit for your program based on past work or volunteer experience through the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). Learn more about PLA.
If you have any questions about the admissions process or would like to have a transfer evaluation completed, contact your admissions counselor. To maximize your transfer coursework, contact our success coaches.
Prior Learning Assessment
Whether you currently work in the business world or have volunteer and other life experiences, we want to help you get credit for the knowledge you already have. Through Biola’s Prior Learning Assessment, you can earn credit towards your undergraduate degree. You can use the tool below to see how much credit you can potentially earn.
Tuition and Financial Aid
As you consider the cost of college, keep in mind that more than 80% of Biola students receive some form of financial aid. We’re here to walk alongside you as you balance tuition and costs with different scholarship and aid opportunities.
Associate Professor of Management
- M.A., Organizational Leadership, Biola University
- B.A., Economics, University of California, Los Angeles
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, Crowell School of Business
- Ph.D., Claremont Graduate University
- M.S., California State University, Fullerton
- B.S., Biola University
Associate Professor of Finance
- M.S., University of North Carolina
- B.S., University of Southern California
- Ph.D., Kansas State University
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What kind of degree is business management?
The business management degree is a bachelor of science (B.S.) from Biola University. The 48 credits of core major courses cover all areas of business, giving you a solid foundation to help launch you forward — whether your next step is in the workplace, in ministry or furthering your education.
Which agency is the program accredited by?
Biola is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC). This is the same agency that grants accreditation to other schools in California such as the University of Southern California, Stanford and local community colleges.
Who teaches in the business management program?
Biola’s online business students have access to our on-campus faculty — who are respected scholars and experienced professionals with an average of over 26 years of industry experience.