Online Bachelor of Business Administration

Become a leader in a competitive business landscape.


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Online Bachelor of Business Administration

Become a leader in a competitive business landscape.

A Versatile Degree for Nearly Any Industry—Finish in as Little as 15 Months.

Get the flexibility you need during your studies and beyond. The core curriculum focuses on essentials like accounting, economics, business software and management to help you thrive in the career path you choose. You’ll also learn real-world business fundamentals and strategies to prepare you for any challenges you face in the field.

Learn from the same faculty who teach on-campus courses at the AACSB-accredited W. Frank Barton School of Business. Our expert professors will help you expand your professional and educational network through guest speakers and small-group discussion forums. You’ll be encouraged to develop your collaboration and leadership skills while setting yourself up for success in a range of fields.

Specialize in specific areas, including:

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Human Resources Management
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing

120 Credit Hours

$263.88 per credit hour

*Does not include college and department fees, as these vary based on major and credits enrolled. The tuition and fees listed are subject to change by action of the Kansas Board of Regents.

100% Online Program

Complete Your Degree Faster

Transfer your credits from accredited institutions to finish faster.

8-Week Courses

AACSB Accredited


Project Manager


Management Analyst


Marketing Executive


Market Research Analyst


Human Resources Manager

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Faculty Highlights

Usha Haley

Usha Haley is W. Frank Barton's Distinguished Chair in International Business & Professor of Management. She is Director of the Center for International Business Advancement and Chair for the World Trade Council of Wichita. She has lived and worked on five continents. Haley’s research has been directly incorporated into federal regulation around the world, and she has provided numerous Congressional testimonies: she testified before the US Senate on Shuanghui’s takeover of Smithfield Foods, considered the most important case on FDI in a decade; she also testified on federal legislation, including the Non-market Economy Trade Remedy Act whose findings were incorporated into US regulation (HR 1229). Her research on Chinese subsidies has supported three pieces of anti-dumping regulation in the European Commission.

Kate Kung-McIntyre

Kate Kung-McIntyre is a senior educator in the W. Frank Barton School of Business. She is the founder and director of the Barton International Group (BIG), a student run consulting organization, which offers specialized services to local and international corporations through innovative and competitive business strategies. Kung-McIntyre is involved in industry as a serial entrepreneur, business consultant and currently she serves on the Board of Directors as a Chief Advisor for Pinole Blue. Previously she worked with FLEXium Interconnect and Bombardier Aerospace. Kung-McIntyre is a certified Project Management Professional, Amazon AWS Cloud Practitioner and Amazon AWS Academy Accredited Educator.

Individualized Admissions Path

Create a plan with your advisor after submitting transcripts and application

Financial Aid-Eligible

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“The instructors are of the highest quality, and for the most part extremely willing to help dedicated students out in any way that they can. WSU’s online Business Program, as well as the online Advising Department are a couple of the best things to ever enter my life. Specifically speaking about my advisor, I would not be where I am and continuing on with my classes without him. He is always available to help me, and is always encouraging to me. He made a hopeless situation for me feel full of hope, and that I can do this. WSU’s online Business Program changed my life.”

Chelsey Horney, BBA in Management


Candidates for the Bachelor of Business Administration degree must satisfy the following Barton School of Business requirements:

Note: If a minimum grade is required, it is listed after the course, example: (C-)

1. Complete WSU foundation, general education and any additional university graduation requirements. Business majors need either one of the following:

  • MATH 111 College Algebra (C-)* [3-5 Credit Hours]
  • MATH 112 Precalculus Mathematics (C-)* [3-5 Credit Hours]

2. Complete advanced standing requirements:

  • BADM 100 Exploring the World of Business [3 Credit Hours]

Select one of the following:

  • MATH 144 Business Calculus*
  • MATH 242 Calculus I*
  • ECON 231 Introductory Business Statistics [3 Credit Hours]
  • ECON 232 Statistical Software Applications for Business [1 Credit Hour]
  • BADM 162 Business Software: Excel (C-) [1 Credit Hour]
  • ACCT 210 Financial Accounting [3 Credit Hours]
  • ACCT 220 Managerial Accounting** [3 Credit Hours]
  • ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics* [3 Credit Hours]
  • ECON 202 Principles of Microeconomics* [3 Credit Hours]

3. Complete business core requirements for the Bachelor of Business Administration degree:

  • MKT 300 Marketing** [3 Credit Hours]
  • ENTR 310 The Entrepreneurial Experience [3 Credit Hours]
  • IB 333 International Business* [3 Credit Hours]
  • FIN 340 Financial Management – Fundamental Valuation Analysis** [3 Credit Hours]
  • DS 350 Operations Management [3 Credit Hours]
  • MGMT 360 Principles of Management [3 Credit Hours]
  • MIS 395 Management Information Systems (MIS majors are not required to complete MIS 395) [3 Credit Hours]
  • BLAW 431 Legal Environment of Business [3 Credit Hours]
  • MGMT 681 Strategic Management (capstone) [3 Credit Hours]

4.Complete at least 50 percent of the total upper-division business credit hours at Wichita State University.

5. Achieve a grade point average of 2.250 or better on:

  • All college work,
  • All work taken at Wichita State, and
  • All business core and current major(s) courses taken at Wichita State.

6. Submit an application for degree through the myWSU portal before the deadline: October 1 for fall graduates, March 1 for spring and summer graduates. See — Business Advising Center website.

7. Complete the Barton School exit survey (in the final semester at WSU).

*Note: These courses may count towards the general education requirements.

**Some majors may have minimum grade requirements — see specific major courses.

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