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Undergraduate Programs

Business Administration - Distance Education

The course of study for the Business Administration degree prepares students to demonstrate knowledge, skills, integrity, a sense of social responsibility, and individual qualities that influence successful outcomes in the business world.  Successful completion of the curriculum prepares students to perform various tasks and demonstrate leadership abilities, technological awareness, and intellectual capacity. The Business program further encourages building a sense of purpose and an attitude of service in a leadership capacity.

Martin University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Distance Education will be taught in an asynchronous model. Students will access all courses and coursework through the CANVAS learning management system Martin currently has in place.

This program is delivered entirely online in a cohort format which allows students to study at their own pace and learn with a group of peers who share their interests and goals, students will take two classes each 8-week session.

Business Administration Course Requirements

  • ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 200 Business Communications (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 201 Introduction to Business (3 cr hours)

  • BUS250 Principles of Project Management (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 301 Supervisory Techniques (3 cr hours)

  • BUS361 Workplace Diversity (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 416 Business Ethics & Social Responsibilities (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 461 Organizational Behavior (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 499 Capstone/Final Project (3 cr hours)

  • MGT201 Principles of Management(3 cr hours)

  • CTE 200 Advanced Microcomputer Applications (3 cr hours)

  • ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics (3 cr hours)

  • FIN307 Managerial Finance (3 cr hours)

  • INT 267 Statistical Methods (3 cr hours)

  • MKT 201 Principles of Marketing (3 cr hours)


Students must complete all course requirements as well as the general education core. Any elective hours will also be required to reach the 120-hour minimum graduation requirement. Please refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalog for all course descriptions.

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