About The Program
The Distance Education fully online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Program at Martin University is designed to provide students with a comprehensive education in business concepts and practices. This program is delivered entirely online in a cohort format, which allows students to study and learn with a group of peers who share their interests and goals.
The BBA program covers a wide range of business disciplines, including accounting, finance, marketing, management, and economics. Through asynchronous learning methods students will develop critical thinking, analytical skills, and a deep understanding of the current business environment.
The cohort format of the program creates a supportive learning environment, where students can interact with their peers and instructors through discussion forums, group assignments, and collaborative projects. This approach fosters teamwork and encourages students to learn from each other's experiences and perspectives.
The Distance Education fully online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Program at Martin University is ideal for working professionals who want to advance their careers in the business world. With a flexible all online format and a supportive cohort learning environment, this program provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a rapidly evolving business landscape. Students will take 2 self-paced classes each 8-week session completely online.
Why Martin University's Distance Education BBA Program?
Martin University's Fully Online BBA Program
Is perfect for working adults, allowing students to take 2 classes each 8-week session completely online asynchronously
Offers a customized and up-to-date curriculum
Is affordable to eliminate the burden of debt
Accepting Students New to Martin University
Next Cohort Start Date - October 23 2023
Upcoming Cohort Dates
Spring A- January 16, 2024
Spring B - March 18, 2024
Summer - June 3, 2024
Distance education students residing in other states may contact the Indiana Commission for Higher Education concerning complaints after having completed the institution’s student complaint process.