The University of Illinois at Chicago established its College of Business Administration in 1965. Today, the business school serves more than 2,500 undergraduate students and more than 300 graduate students through 13 business, management, and leadership programs.
UIC’s online bachelor of business administration is a degree-completion program that features a cohort format, meaning students progress through coursework with the same group of peers.
The online BBA requires 60 credits of business courses that focus on adaptability, globalization, and 21st-century technology. Students gain critical thinking, problem-solving, and leadership skills.
Courses include introduction to finance, managerial communication, and business and its external environment. Students culminate the degree with a capstone course in business strategy.
Applicants need 60 credits of prior courses with a grade of “C” or above. Distance learners gain access to online support services including academic advising, library archives, and career services.