Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
California InterContinental University
CalUniversity teaches the latest theories, principles, and concepts needed to successfully apply the knowledge to the individual’s field of choice.
This Bachelor program requires the completion of 10 General Education Courses, 10 Business Core Courses, five Business Administration Courses, and five Emphasis or Elective Courses focusing on managerial tools. Additionally, one Comprehensive Competency Examination (CCA) is to be completed in order to be recommended for graduation. The General Courses give students a wide range of variety and preliminary knowledge. The Business Administration and Core Courses provide inpiduals with business fundamentals and managerial ethics. The Emphasis and Elective Courses provide advanced information on business processes, health care ethics, computer information systems, and managerial functions.
The Bachelor’s Degree is awarded to those who have successfully completed the required General Education and Emphasis Courses, achieved at least a 2.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average for all courses taken at CalUniversity, passed the CCA exams, and be recommended for graduation by the Faculty, Dean of Academic Affairs, President or Executive Chairman.
Degree Level: Bachelor
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
Distance Education Accrediting Commission
California InterContinental University is a distance education and learning university that strives to help students become successful business managers, executives, leaders, researchers, and consultants. CalUniversity is dedicated to the teaching principles of integrity, ethical standards, fairness, and academic excellence. CalUniversity began in 2005 in the city of Covina, California after California State gave approval for the college to grant three undergraduate and two graduate programs.
CalUniversity mainly focuses on adults in their mid-life stages who are studying part-time. The school offers bachelor’s programs, master’s programs, and doctoral programs. Because students do not ever have to step foot on campus if they don’t wish to do so, there are several academic tools to support students, including: an assigned faculty mentor, the Dean of the program, an online library, a student advisor who you may contact by phone, email, or Skype, and your course instructor.
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