Bsc. Business Administration

The Bachelor of Science in business administration online degree program provides students with a comprehensive knowledge of business theories and models and their application to real-world problems, with a focus on:

  • Analysis of business problems and opportunities
  • Key business functions, such as leadership and entrepreneurship
  • Analysis and implementation of business decisions and theories

Students learn to connect business concepts to the larger global society, with preparation for a clear career path within the field of business. They are provided a solid preparation to continue to graduate studies in business administration or related fields.

It’s important to note that each student will be connected with a personal Program Advisor at the commencement of their studies, who will remain with them until graduation. The student’s personal Program Advisor acts as his/her support system throughout their studies. The personal Program Advisor will be happy to answer any questions the student may have, offer academic advice, discuss course selection, and offer encouragement throughout the student’s studies

Within the context of each, students are provided with the opportunity to acquire relevant skills and knowledge.

The program has three overarching goals:

1. Provides a framework for applying appropriate business models in decision-making situations.

  • Interpret and analyze accounting information for efficiency and continuous performance improvement
  • Apply concepts and principles for marketing resources, goods and services
  • Understand the basic principles of corporate finance and how capital markets operate
  • Understand how and when to use basic statistical analysis
  • Will understand (A.S. level)/ analyze (B.S. level) fundamental principles of economics and how they apply to business decisions
  • Identify and analyze business problems and opportunities and formulate recommendations for courses of action (B.S. level)
  • Identify opportunities for new business ventures, and evaluate their potential for success (B.S. level)

2. Covers the knowledge and skills needed to perform effectively within a team environment.

  • Lead and/or co-lead collaborative projects using team-building skills to accomplish group goals apply their knowledge of basic components and interactions between hardware and software to create programs to solve computing problems
  • Understand the basic principles of organizational theory and the relationship between employees and organizations
  • Understand the principles of setting performance goals, and monitoring, mentoring, and motivating employees (B.S. level)

3. Enhances a command of applying ethical reasoning to business situations

  • Demonstrate how business behavior and policies can leave a lasting effect on society, and how some portions of society may be affected differently
  • Develop self-awareness with respect to management style, time management, and sensitivity to diversity in the workplace
  • Recognize the need to respond to ethical and legal concerns relating to human resource and organizational management (B.S. level)

To be Updated

Level 100
First Semester
SNo Code Course Name Credits Remark
1 BUS1301 Introduction to Business I 3 Core
2 BUS1303 Business Mathematics I 3 Core
3 SMS 1201 Introduction to Social Sciences Methods 2 Core
4 SMS 1203 Basic Computer Studies 2 Core
5 GSP 1201 Use of English 2 Core
6 ACC 1305 Principles of Accounting I 3 Core
7 ECO1201 Principles of Economics I 2 Core
Second Semester    
1 BUS1302 Introduction to Business II 3 Core
2 BUS1204 Elements of Business Ethics 2 Core
3 BUS1306 Business Mathematics II 3 Core
4 SMS 1202 Mathematics for Social Sciences


2 Core
5 GSP 1204 Science Technology & Society 2 Core
6 GSP 1206 Library Skills 2
7 ACC 1306 Principles of Accounting II 3
8 ECO  1202 Principles  of Economics II 2




Level 200
First Semester
SNo Code Course Name Credits Remark
1 BUS2201 Quantitative Techniques 2 Core
2 BUS2303 Principles and Practice of Management. 3 Core
3 BUS 2205 Business Law I 2 Core
4 BUS2207 Risk Management and Insurance 2 Core
5 BUS2209 e-Business 2 Core
6 ACC 2203 Cost Accounting I 2 Core
7 ECO 2301 Economic Theory I (Micro) 3 Core
8 GSP 2207 Peace & Conflict Resolution 2 Core
Second Semester
1 BUS2202 Business Statistics 2 Core
2 BUS2304 Leadership and Corporate Governance 3 Core
3 BUS2206 Business Law II 2 Core
4 BUS 2308 Elements of Marketing 3 Core
5 BUS 2210 Consumer Behaviour 2 Core
6 ACC 2204 Cost Accounting II 2 Core
7 ECO 2302 Economic Theory II (Macro) 3 Core
8 GSP 2202 Foundation of Nigerian Culture 2 Core




Level 300
First Semester
S.No Code Title Credits Remark
1 BUS3301 Research Method 3 Core
2 BUS3303 Organizational Behaviour 3 Core
3 BUS 3305 Marketing Management 3 Core
4 BUS 3207 Security Analysis and Nigerian Capital Market 2 Core
5 BUS 3209 Industrial Learning & Tour 2 Core
6 BUS 3311 Management Accounting 3 Core
Second Semester
1 BUS3202 Business Communication Skills 2 Core
2 BUS3304 Financial Management I 3 Core
3 BUS 3306 Human Resource Management 3 Core
4 BUS 3208 Entrepreneurship Development 2 Core
5 BUS 3310 Management Theories 3 Core
6 BUS 3312 Production Management 3 Core
7 BUS 3214 Small Business Management 2 Core




Level 400
First Semester
SNo Code Title Credits Remark
1 BUS4301 Financial Management II 3 Core
2 BUS4303 Business policy & Strategy 1 3 Core
3 BUS 4305 Analysis for Business Decision 2 Core
4 BUS 4307 International Economics 3 Core
5 BUS 4309 Management Information System 2 Core
6 GSP 4201 Entrepreneurship Educational Skills 2 Core
Second Semester
1 BUS4302 Corporate Planning` 3 Core
2 BUS4304 Business Policy & Strategy II 3 Core
3 BUS 4306 Comparative Management 3 Core
4 BUS 4308 International Business 3 Core
5 BUS 4410 Research Project 4 Core