General Business Administration B.S. (Online)

The General Business Administration Online Degree Completion (ODC) program provides an opportunity for nontraditional students to complete upper division courses online.

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FSU’s online degree completion programs allow you to complete your upper-division (junior and senior level) courses online. To be admitted to an ODC program, you must already have completed the University College Core Curriculum (General Education Requirements) or be dual enrolled with a partnering community college. A partnering community college is a community college in which there is a signed articulation agreement between FSU and the community college.

Why Choose General Business Administration?

You should choose a BS in General Business Administration if you plan on doing an entry level business career. The basic core of business studies emphasizes the broad background needed for successful competition in the dynamic work-world as well as prepration for further study in graduate programs. Also, you will have an understanding of business for many career paths.

Based on your career path, you will take these courses and more:

  • Business ethics
  • Strategic planning
  • Business communication
  • Principles of Accounting I and II
  • Management
  • Finance
  • Microeconomics

Find more information, including course description, on General Business.

What Will You Learn?

As a general business administration major you will take required and elective courses in business. These courses will teach you to:

  • Understand basic marketing techniques
  • Analyze a business's strengths and weaknesses
  • Understand contracts and negotiations
  • Learn fundamental accounting concepts

What Will You Do?

After receiving your degree you will have the knowledge that prepares you to purse a variety of positions in fields like sales and marketing, financial services, economics, management, and more.

  • Personal Financial Adviser
  • Budget Analyst
  • Management Analyst
  • Sales Manager
  • Human Resource
Online Class Experience
  • Canvas
  • ProctorFree Student Portal
  • Discussion Groups
  • Social Rooms
  • Blogs
  • Wiki's
  • Learning Activities
Online Class Experience

Classes are laid out online like in the actual classroom. The difference between two is that the students do not have to travel to the classroom to take part in the class. When taking classes online you need to have a computer, reliable internet connection and the software required by the school. After you have these things together you can start doing your coursework.

By choosing this online degree, you will also be utilizing online applications such as:

  • Canvas
  • ProctorFree Student Portal
  • discussion groups
  • social rooms
  • blogs
  • wiki's
  • learning activities

Students will also be able to watch lectures using Youtube, Khan Academy along with many others!