Bachelor of Business Administration

Looking for a program that will jump-start your career? Whether you're a working professional seeking a degree to improve your career prospects or a recent high school graduate interested in degree options that don't require a commute, LeTourneau University's Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program is designed to fit your needs.

If your plans also include later pursuing an MBA, a Bachelor of Business Administration degree also offers ideal preparation for graduate studies.

LETU's BBA offers a flexible, well-rounded course sequence designed to give you the knowledge-base necessary to develop strong business leadership skills. Classes are offered completely online or on-ground at LETU's Houston Education Center.


Interesting Classes You'll Take

  • Business Ethics
  • Project Management
  • Principles of Economics
  • Strategic Management

Courses are generally taken one at a time and last from three to seven weeks. Coursework begins on Monday each week, with most assignments due by Sunday at midnight.


What can you do with this degree?

Ready to become part of a field with diverse career opportunities?

Many who receive their BBA degrees go on to receive jobs similar to the listed below:

  • Operations Manager
  • Office Manager
  • Executive Assistant
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Account Manager
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Financial Analyst
  • Project Manager


Transferring Credits

If you have earned college credit from an institution accredited by one of the six U.S. regional accrediting associations, you may transfer that credit to LETU. The unit of credit at LETU is the semester hour. Quarter hours will transfer at the ratio of two semester hours for every three quarter hours earned.

LETU only accepts courses that carry a grade of at least a C or its equivalent for transfer credit. If transferred courses are applicable to your LETU degree program, they will be accepted as credits that help meet graduation requirements.

LeTourneau University participates in the Texas common course numbering, which makes finding comparable courses easy. Keep in mind that a course may transfer even if it does not have a common course number, so contact your academic advisor with questions.