Davis College offers online completion of Bachelor of Business Administration degree


If you have an associate degree or earned college credits and are exploring options for completing a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics offers an online degree completion program that provides the skills needed to thrive in today’s rapidly changing global business environment.

The online Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree from Radford University will open the doors to opportunities in the private, public and non-profit sectors, said Davis College Dean Joy Bhadury, Ph.D.

The B.B.A. Online Degree Completion (O.D.C.) program is 100 percent online and is designed for adult learners with work, family and other commitments. Students enrolling in the program must have either completed a transferrable associate degree or are within six credit hours of completing all general education requirements.

The ultimate goal for of the Davis College online B.B.A. O.D.C. program is to allow students to complete a degree without sacrificing their personal and professional responsibilities. The academic program provides students with the access, support and customizable options needed to complete a degree.

The program’s flexibility, and the fact that it is entirely online, are ideal for students during this time when many people are taking courses and working from home in order to suppress the spread of the coronavirus, Bhadury said.

“While an AACSB-accredited college degree in business has always been a passport to a successful career, the importance of such a degree will be significantly increased because of the unprecedented times we are going through, said  Dean Bhadury.

The undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered by Davis College are accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), which places the Davis College among the select American business schools - only 25% of the baccalaureate business programs in the United States have AACSB accreditation.

“Increasingly, a bachelor’s in business administration will be a crucial differentiator in the tight labor market we expect,” Bhadury said. “The anticipated changes in the work lives of our citizens further underscore the importance of accessible online education for working adults who have some college credits but not a complete degree.”

Against this backdrop, Bhadury said, “I am pleased that we are able to provide this opportunity through our Online Degree Completion program to obtain this vital credential for their future careers.”

To learn more about the program, contact Davis College of Business and Economics Associate Dean Angela Stanton, Ph.D., at (540) 831-5187 or onlinebba@radford.edu

Apr 24, 2020
Chad Osborne