Up your earning potential: Finish your bachelor’s in 15 months, 100% online
Take your career to the next level completely online, in as little as 15 months, by finishing your bachelor’s in business degree at Texas Wesleyan.
Texas Wesleyan has a new 100% online pathway to a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management. The pathway is specifically designed for students already working toward a four-year degree or with an associate’s degree, who seek to further their career opportunities and education with a bachelor’s degree.
“Getting a bachelor’s degree opens career doors and increases your earning potential,” Hector Quintanilla, Ph.D., dean of the School of Business Administration, said. “Our new online bachelor’s degree was built for students who are looking for flexibility and convenience, while earning a degree from a top-tier, AACSB-accredited business school.”
With 7-week classes, covering topics including management theory, international business and project management, students who meet the core requirements can finish their degree in as little as 15 months.
Check out the program requirements and the classes you’ll take at Texas Wesleyan as part of this online pathway to a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
Small School. Big scholarships.
Students can pair the new 100% online degree pathway with Texas Wesleyan’s new bigger, better scholarships. When students apply to Texas Wesleyan and turn in paperwork, they automatically apply for scholarships up to $16,000 per year. Read about the eligibility requirements.
The Texas Wesleyan School of Business Administration offers students a front-row seat to the business world – its opportunities, complexities and skills. Students get firsthand experience that help build their network and land a great job right out of school.
In addition to undergraduate degrees, the School of Business offers a 100% online MBA. With seven sessions offered per year, students can earn their MBA in as little as 12 months, completely online, with the opportunity to choose between four MBA concentrations including supply chain management and health care administration.