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Tuition (Undergrad degrees)
Full-time (12-16 credits): $390 per credit
Part-time (1-11 credits):  $460 per credit

Tuition (Graduate degrees)
$560 per credit

Scholarships:
Globe University believes higher education should be accessible to those who want it. We offer a number of scholarship opportunities to help students pay for college.

A business administration degree is versatile, practical and popular with employers in all industries.

The degree can further your career, whether it’s in management, finance, marketing, administration or communications. At Globe University, we offer DBA, MBA, bachelor’s, associate and diploma programs that accommodate your professional goals.

Why a Business Administration degree?

  • Interdisciplinary degree provides a well-rounded education
  • Required for many management positions
  • Variety of career options
  • High-demand degree
  • Transferable skills
  • Become more employable

Business Administration Degrees

Globe University’s business administration degree programs and diplomas include:

At Globe University, our business administration degree programs allow you to seamlessly build upon your previous education with us so that you don’t lose credits along the way. The diploma credits can be applied toward an associate degree, the associate degree credits toward the bachelor’s, the bachelor’s credits toward the MBA, and the MBA credits toward the DBA.

All business administration degree programs are offered online and on campus, day or evening.

Not sure which degree in business administration is right for you? Call us at 1-877-303-6060 or contact admissions and an admissions representative will be happy to help you evaluate your options.

A business administration degree opens the doors to a variety of career opportunities. Business skills are valued in all industries and at all levels. Entry-level positions such as an administrative assistant can turn into a higher level position with more education and experience. Compensation and responsibilities can vary greatly, depending on the department and role. Consider these positions from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 edition.*

Customer Service Representatives handle customer questions and concerns. They record details and may handle returns and complaints. They will also provide information to customers about products and services.

Administrative Services Managers plan, direct and coordinate the support services of an organization. Responsibilities can include keeping records, managing supplies, plan budgets, and set department goals and deadlines.

Administrative Assistants and General Office Clerks are great entry points for a career. Duties may include scheduling, handling incoming calls and mail and providing support and information to customers.

Marketing Managers plan and execute promotional campaigns. They may evaluate website designs or plan an advertisement. Meeting with clients and developing pricing strategies may be part of their responsibilities.

Sales Managers direct an organization’s sales team. They may analyze sales, assign sales territories and plan and execute training programs. Sales manager positions will require experience as well as education.

Human Resource Specialists may recruit, interview and hire workers for an organization. A career in human resources can advance from an entry level to a more advanced position with experience.

Financial Analysts look at the financial data of an organization and make recommendations for improvements in processes or investments. They will study business and economic trends and prepare reports.

 * U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook at http://www.bls.gov/oco/.

Salary Title

  • Job Title(s)
  • 10th Percentile Salary
  • 25th Percentile Salary
  • 50th Percentile Salary
  • Business and Financial Operations Occupations
  • $35,110
  • $46,340
  • $62,500
  • Office & Administrative Support Occupations
  • $19,070
  • $23,940
  • $31,510
  • Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 
  • $20,230
  • $25,650
  • $32,410
  • Sales & Related Occupations
  • $17,170
  • $18,970
  • $25,120

This annual salary data is taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for this job title. The 10th percentile indicates the bottom 10 percent of earners make less than that figure annually; the 25th percentile means the bottom quarter of workers earn less than the number; and the 50th percentile shows the median income for the profession.

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