120 Credits
8 Semesters
2 Years and 8 Months

Enrollment Options

Full-time / Part-time

Classes Offered

Onsite / Online / Hybrid

TThe Bachelor of Business Administration program at Metropolitan College of New York provides industry-relevant courses to prepare you with the skills today’s job market demands.

Learn in a cutting-edge business curriculum that incorporates global business education with an infusion of liberal arts, communications, and ways to apply technology. You’ll also focus your learning through three specialized tracks: entrepreneurship, project management, and accounting.

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Benefit from flexible schedules with online, evening, weekend and day classes designed to make earning your degree practical. This program–which is already accelerated–can be completed in just two years and eight months.

The college also offers an Associate of Science in Business degree which can be a great stepping-stone to attaining the bachelor’s degree.

Real-World Skills You’ll Learn in this Program

  • Learn how to apply primary and secondary research to understand business problems.

  • To understand major concepts in finance, marketing, and other functional management.

  • How to use computer applications for profit and non-profit management.

  • Become an effective group leader through a better understanding of group behavior.

  • Know how to plan, organize, and lead in a variety of organizations.

  • Develop the skills necessary for successful interactional communication.

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This Degree is Practical

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment in business occupations is projected to grow 8% from 2020 to 2030, adding about 750,800 new jobs.

This median annual wage was $72,250 in May 2020, which was higher than the median annual wage for other occupations.

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