Online Business Administration Bachelor’s Degree – Sustainability and Green Energy
Bachelor's of Science - Online Only
Advance your career even further after graduation by earning a Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration degree online from Virginia College, an affiliated college with Ecotech Institute.
The Ecotech Institute online bachelor's degree program in business administration is designed to take students beyond the associate's degree level and prepare them to seek positions in management at a variety of businesses and organizations. The program usually takes two academic years to complete. To enroll, you must have completed an associate's degree in Business-Sustainability at Ecotech Institute or a comparable degree. Ecotech Institute curriculum credits earned are eligible for transfer into this program.
Ecotech Institute is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
What will I learn in Ecotech's Online Business Administration bachelor's degree program?
With this degree, you'll have the opportunity to further develop critical thinking abilities, management knowledge and leadership skills.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Coursework
- Organizational Communications
- Human Resource Management
- Quality Control
- Strategic Management
Sustainability and Green Energy Careers for Business Administration Degree Recipients
Experts estimate that those who earn a bachelor's degree will make $1.1 million more during their career than those with only an associate's degree.*
The program is designed to give students an educational foundation to seek administrative and management positions requiring an understanding of sustainability issues and their impact on organizations and their stakeholders.
The flexibility of online learning makes this online bachelor's degree program ideal for those who need to work while furthering their education. That additional degree work could help you advance your career to management or more senior positions.
* Source: The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2009