Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Get your business degree with a personalized plan and flexible course schedules

Become qualified for
management positions

Develop skills in finance, operations management, marketing, business communication, accounting, economics, and other areas needed to make sound business decisions

Apply your knowledge to a wide range of business environments and situations

Prepare for a management career in business or the nonprofit sector

Credit transfers from other colleges and universities

Apply, enroll, and start courses at any time

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Business Administration Degree Overview

Get ready a successful career in management, marketing, finance, or business administration. At LIC, you will develop the knowledge and skills you need to tackle contemporary business problems.

Our curriculum draws from a broad base of business concepts. We integrate every field of knowledge needed to develop successful business strategies. Our courses will help you expand your thinking to look at the elements that impact organizational performance in the short, medium, and long terms.

What You Learn:

How to apply ethical and legal principles to a business environment

Economics, accounting, finance, operations management, and other areas of knowledge

How to apply your knowledge to a wide range of business situations

How to work effectively in team-based environments to accomplish a common goal

How to apply your knowledge to analyze strengths, weaknesses, and potential improvements in a business

The written, presentation, and research skills expected of a business-school graduate

A global business perspective based on knowledge of foreign business environments and cultures

How We Support You:

LIC gives students personal support and attention from day one.

With a personalized learning plan, courses that fit around your schedule, 24/7 access to your online classroom, great professors, and more helpful learning resources along the way, you will have everything you need to reach your goals.

Our courses offer opportunities to work with fellow students in team-based environments and practice your communication skills.

Our degree program will help you develop both the technical knowledge and soft skills to succeed.

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Why LIC For Your Business Degree?

Committed to helping.

At Louisiana International College, your professors are committed to helping each individual student reach their personal and professional goals. We will help you develop essential skills for a career in management, marketing, sales, finance, or another area of business.

An Education Designed For You

Our professors and staff will meet you where you are.

If you have accumulated transfer credit from previously completed college courses, examinations, military training, or professional course work, we will work to maximize your transfer credits into LIC programs. We don’t want you to pay multiple times for credits you’ve already earned.
As an LIC student, you’re not just a number. We will work with you one-on-one to develop a fully personalized learning plan and give you our undivided attention. Your education will be tailored to your schedule, circumstances, and individual career goals.

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Business Administration Curriculum and Courses

LIC’s business administration curriculum prepares students for specialized positions and leadership in a variety of industries and sectors, including the nonprofit sector. Courses provide both a foundational background and higher-level knowledge of a broad base of business concepts. Students also learn to apply their knowledge to create solutions to contemporary business problems.

Throughout the degree program, students will become familiar with critical concepts from management, marketing, accounting, finance, and other areas of business. They will practice developing strategies to improve short, medium, and long term organizational performance.

Our curriculum emphasizes practical applications, from business finances to marketing challenges. As an LIC student, you will have opportunities to work on real-world projects as you practice your skills and problem-solving abilities.

Degree-Specific Requirements

Lower Division Courses — 21 credits from the following:
BSA 1001 Introduction to Management (3 credits)
BSA 1002 Principals of Accounting (3 credits)
BSA 1003 Microeconomics (3 credits)
MAT 1012 Statistics (3 credits)
BSA 1007 Mathematical Finance (3 credits)
BSA 1004 Macroeconomics (3 credits)
BSA 1005 Quantitative Methods & Analysis (3 credits)
COM 1011 Visual Communication (3 credits)
General Education Requirements
3 basic life skills courses (9 credits)
2 communication courses (6 credits)
2 mathematics courses (6 credits)
3 social science courses (9 credits)
2 arts and humanities courses (6 credits)
8 elective courses (24 credits)
Upper Division Courses — 39 credits from the following:
BSA 2001 Sales Management (3 credits)
BSA 2004 Marketing (3 credits)
BSA 2003 Financial Analysis (3 credits)
BSA 2002 Cost Management (3 credits)
BSA 2007 Advertising (3 credits)
BSA 2008 Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
BSA 2010 Quality Management (3 credits)
BSA 2011 Project Management (3 credits)
BSA 3001 Marketing Research (3 credits)
BSA 2005 Operations Management (3 credits)
BSA 2012 Logistics and Supply Chain Management (3 credits)
BSA 2014 E-Commerce (3 credits)
BSA 3003 Global Business (3 credits)
BSA 3005 Business Strategy (3 credits)
BSA 3007 Business and Society (3 credits)

View Full Curriculum in the LIC Catalog

Admission Requirements

Our goal is to remove as many barriers as possible between you and your degree. You can apply for admission at any time and get in touch with a professor within days of submitting all required materials:

Your completed application

Prior transcripts so we can evaluate how previously earned credits may transfer to your LIC degree program (including a credit evaluation fee)

A non-refundable registration fee of $150

We have a continuous enrollment process, so you can start your education with us whenever you’re ready.

Test scores are not required as part of your application.

How to apply

If you’re ready to apply, follow these steps to get started:


Complete your application.


Submit any additional documents required, including prior transcripts


Work with our staff to explore financial options and develop a customized degree plan.

If you have questions or need help filling out your application, email

Tuition & Fees

LIC’s tuition rates are subject to change and are reviewed annually. For the 2022-23 school year, our tuition rates are as follows:

  • Per credit hour:
  • Per 3-credit course:
  • Annual cost for full-time students (30 credits):

Additional Costs:

$150 Registration Fee

$150 Graduation Fee

Course Materials ($ varies by course)

Recommended Minimum System Requirements for Computer Science Students


Processor: 850MHz or faster processor (or above)

Operating System: Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2000/10

Memory: 512MB of RAM (or above)

Screen Resolution: 1024 x 768 (or above)

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 (or higher) or Mozilla Firefox 1.5

Microsoft Office, Adobe Flash Player 8 (or higher) and Adobe Acrobat 6 (or higher)


Processor: G3 500MHz or faster processor (or above)

Operating System: OS 10.3 (or above)

Memory: 512MB of RAM (or above)

Screen Resolution: 1024 x 768 (or above)

Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or Safari 1.2.2 browser supported for Mac OS X 10.3 or higher

Microsoft Office, Adobe Flash Player 8 (or higher) and Adobe Acrobat 6 (or higher)

Business Career Outlook

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook1, jobs in management occupations are projected to grow 9% in the 2020s. The median annual wage for management occupations is $102,450, the highest wage of all the major occupational groups.

Earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration will help prepare you for jobs across a number of different industries and organizations, such as:

Management Analyst (median pay: $93,000)

Financial Analyst (median pay: $81,410)

Logistician (median pay: $77,030)

Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialist (median pay: $64,120)

Market Research Analyst (median pay: $63,920)

Fundraiser (median pay: $60,660)

When combined with additional experience, your bachelor’s degree can help you prepare for an even higher-paying role, such as:

Advertising, Promotions, or Marketing Manager (median pay: $133,380)

Financial Manager (median pay: $131,710)

Sales Manager (median pay: $127,490)

Public Relations and Fundraising Manager (median pay: $119,860)

Getting on track to degree completion has never been easier.


Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, on the internet, at: (viewed Aug 26, 2022) (viewed Aug 26, 2022)

Cited projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth.