Online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
General Business Online
The Online Business Program provides the final two years of a four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with a major in General Business. The program is designed to fit seamlessly with an Associates of Arts degree from a Florida community or state college.
Students enrolled in the Online Business Program are taught by the same outstanding faculty as UF’s on-campus business students. Live lectures recorded on campus are delivered over the Internet via streaming audio and video, allowing students from all over Florida to feel like they’re a part of the university classroom. Lectures can be viewed any time of the day or night. Students receive support from professors, teaching assistants, and academic advisors through e-mail, discussion boards, and chat rooms.
Although students can view lectures with a 56K modem, video motion is much smoother with higher speed connections such as those provided by DSL, cable, or satellite services. To view a 6-minute lecture demonstration from Dr. Richard Lutz in his Principles of Marketing course view the following:
The online business degree consists of 60 upper division credit hours, broken down into 15 four-credit courses. Eight or more courses are offered per term, as indicated below. Students must complete all 15 courses at UF; junior/senior-level business courses taken at other schools will not count toward the degree. Find current syllabi on the College's Course Syllabi page.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credits||Terms Offered|
|BUL 4310||The Legal Environment of Business||4||Spring/Summer|
|FIN 3403||Business Finance||4||Summer/Fall|
|GEB 3373||International Business||4||Spring/Fall|
|MAN 3025||Principles of Management||4||Summer/Fall|
|MAN 4504||Operations & Supply Chain Management||4||Spring/Summer/Fall|
|MAR 3023||Principles of Marketing||4||Summer/Fall|
|QMB 3250||Statistics for Business Decisions||4||Spring/Fall|
Organizations: Structure and Behavior
|ENT 3003||Principles of Entrepreneurship||4||Spring/Summer|
|MAN 4301||Human Resource Management||4||Fall only|
|MAR 3231||Introduction to Retailing Systems & Management||4||Summer only|
|REE 3043||Real Estate Analysis||4||Fall only|
|Professional Development Courses|
|GEB 3035||Effective Career Management||4||Spring/Fall|
|GEB 3219||Speaking and Writing in Business||4||Summer only|
|ISM 3004||Computing in the Business Environment||4||Spring/Fall|
*MAN 3240 will not be offered after Fall 2012. Students who have taken MAN 3240 have completed this requirement and do not have to take ECO 3713.