The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) is offered by Drexel University Online through its LeBow College of Business. Designed to help students develop solid business capabilities while cultivating leadership skills, this degree completion program holds accreditation from AACSB International. The courses included in the curriculum seek to accomplish the effective communication of ideas as well as the comprehensive understanding of the various systems in which businesses operate.
Students need to earn one hundred eighty (180) quarter credits for the degree with at least eighty-eight (88) of which should have been earned in business. General education requirements are comprised of Business Communications, Persuasive Writing and Reading, Analytical Writing and Reading, US History, Mathematical Analysis, Critical Reasoning and General Psychology, totaling thirty-six (36) credits at a tuition rate of $ 620.00 per credit. Science requirements are equivalent to six (6) credits, also at $ 620.00 per credit. Electives either in Society and Culture, Social Science, or Math and Science have a total of twenty-one (21) credits, again at $ 620.00 per credit.
The bulk of the curriculum is for business requirements totaling sixty-four (64) credits at $ 675.00 per credit. An additional twenty-four (24) credits for General Business Concentration is likewise required at $ 675.00 per credit. Free electives complete the curriculum at twenty-nine (29) credits. The cost per credit is $ 675.00 when taken from the LeBow College of Business or $ 600.00 per credit when taken outside.
Admissions requirements include a completed application, official transcripts from all universities, colleges and other post-secondary educational institutions and a minimum of twenty-four (24) college credits with at least a GPA of 2.5. A provisional acceptance status is given to students invited into the program who are required to complete two (2) online courses which are non-business in nature at Drexel University before being allowed to formally petition for admission to the program.