Walden’s B.S. in Business Administration program puts working professionals like you on a clear path to lifelong learning and success.

Maximizing your career options, making important contributions to your profession, reaching your potential—you define success, and Walden will help you achieve it. As a student in our online business administration degree program, you can:

  • Engage in coursework comprised of 70% business topics. This helps ensure that you gain practical, relevant skills that can be applied in a variety of roles, functions, and industries.
  • Gain insight into key business functions—such as accounting, finance, operations, and marketing—and how they work together to keep an organization running smoothly.
  • Analyze issues that impact business decisions from economic, political, legal, ethical, and social change perspectives.
  • Examine how technology and innovation can help organizations develop a sustainable competitive advantage.

With more than 40 years serving the needs of adult learners, Walden understands the challenges of maintaining a balance among work, school, and personal commitments. Our comprehensive student support services feature an array of resources dedicated to your success and well-being. From the moment you express interest in our bachelor of business administration program until graduation day, our team is here to help you navigate your journey and attain your educational and professional goals.

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ACBSP LogoWalden University’s B.S. in Business Administration program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Among other benefits, ACBSP accreditation provides:

  • Validation that your online business administration degree program meets nationally recognized standards of quality endorsed by businesses, government, and other organizations.
  • Assurance that your business administration degree program can provide you with the skills you need to compete in today’s global marketplace.
  • Recognition by employers, graduate schools, and regulatory organizations.


"Getting a degree from Walden has a deeper meaning that just getting a degree for a degree's sake." - Paul Satryb

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Walden’s B.S. in Business Administration program offers a variety of concentrations to help you meet your personal and professional goals:

You also have the option to pursue an undergraduate minor. Your minor must be in a discipline outside your bachelor’s degree program area. Adding a minor to your program of study allows you to gain multidisciplinary skills that can help you advance toward your professional goals.

 

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General Program

The diverse curriculum of this program is ideal for those who want to focus on the areas of business administration that interest you. This program is designed for those who want to develop skills in written and oral communication, quantitative analysis, and computer usage for today’s most sought-after occupations. With this option, you can advance your skills and build on the knowledge you acquired in the core business courses. Select courses from any B.S. in Business Administration concentration for an even greater opportunity to gain an understanding of business topics that include accounting, finance, information systems, management, and marketing.

Completion Requirements*

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Elective courses (80 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

Note: This concentration is not available to all students. Contact an enrollment advisor for more information.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Business Courses

Elective Courses

Choose 16 courses from any concentration or general education category.

Accounting

Recent changes in financial laws and regulations call for higher standards in bookkeeping and accounting practices. With this intensive concentration, you can gain a solid understanding of accounting principles and financial analysis. You can learn how to manage a company’s books and records; prepare and read financial statements; and strengthen your knowledge of taxation, auditing, and managerial accounting.

In the Accounting concentration, you can gain valuable skills, whether you are in an accounting or bookkeeping position or pursuing an accounting career in the private, government, or nonprofit sector.

Completion Requirements†*

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet your program requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements for this online business administration degree. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a six-course minor.

†*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Finance

In this concentration, you can learn how to effectively assess and guide the operation of an organization. The curriculum can help you gain insights into the key financial levers of an organization and, as a result, help management direct the organization to optimize its value to both its employees and other shareholders.

Completion Requirements†*

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Walden recognizes the professional development efforts you’ve already made. By applying your CPCU courses toward your bachelor’s degree, you can save time and money when earning your degree. Speak to your enrollment advisor for details.

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet our online business administration degree requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a 6-course minor.

Healthcare Management

With recent sweeping changes to healthcare laws and regulations, the healthcare environment is undergoing a transformational shift. In this concentration, you will examine the various functions, roles, and responsibilities associated with healthcare management. Coursework explores the timely topics of healthcare access, equity, affordability, and social justice; long-term healthcare policy; and safety and technology in healthcare delivery. Examine legislative, regulatory, and financial processes relevant to the organization and provision of healthcare services and study how these processes affect quality and safety in the practice environment and disparities in the healthcare system.

Completion Requirements*

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet your program requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements for this online business administration degree. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a six-course minor.

Human Resource Management

Human resource management plays an essential role in modern business, enabling organizations to be more innovative and competitive in a challenging marketplace. In this concentration, you will explore how a proactive approach to human resources can facilitate success with respect to product development, talent acquisition, quality, and other areas. Gain valuable insights into recruitment and selection, performance evaluation, compensation and benefits, job design, training, retention, and turnover. In addition, you can discover how economic, social, psychological, legal, and cultural forces influence employment relations.

Completion Requirements†*

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet your program requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements for this online business administration degree. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a six-course minor.

Information Systems

In the Information Systems concentration, you can learn how to leverage technology to meet your organization’s strategic goals by evaluating technology options, developing methods for transferring and assimilating new technology, and managing large, complex projects.

This concentration can help you develop insights into an organization’s marketing effort by learning not only the traditional disciplines of alternate marketing channels, sales management, advertising, and research but also emerging marketing approaches related to consumer motivation, global customer management, customer relationship management, and marketing on the Internet.

Completion Requirements

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet your program requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements for this online business administration degree. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a 6-course minor.

Management

In this concentration, you will explore the concepts of human and organizational functioning while examining issues and challenges inherent with the managerial role. Study the topics of career development, employee motivation, and effective decision making as well as ethical issues faced by domestic and transitional organizations and managers. Coursework also explores the basics of finance and how strategic human resources approaches can be used to address key business challenges such as talent acquisition, innovation, and customer service.

Completion Requirements*

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Walden recognizes the professional development efforts you’ve already made. By applying your CPCU courses toward your bachelor’s degree, you can save time and money when earning your degree. Speak to your enrollment advisor for details.

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet your program requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements for this online business administration degree. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a six-course minor.

Marketing

Today’s business organizations need savvy leaders who can design and implement high return, cost-effective marketing strategies. In this concentration, you can gain the creative decision-making skills needed to manage marketing resources and activities within both a domestic and global context. Explore the fundamental theories and concepts of marketing such as consumer behavior, customer relationship management, channels of distribution, and the marketing mix. Coursework also examines the fundamentals of service marketing including total quality management, customer perception, and services pricing.

Completion Requirements*

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet your program requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements for this online business administration degree. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a six-course minor.

Multicultural Marketing Communication

Continued expansion into markets across the globe call for a higher understanding of implementing marketing strategies with an emphasis on business environments that incorporate multicultural perspectives into the marketing mix. In this concentration, you will explore how to develop targeted communication media that supports marketing initiatives in a global context. You will also examine various research and forecasting approaches, competitive analysis, how marketing strategies are implemented, and the importance of aligning marketing strategy with organizational strategy.

Completion Requirements*

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet your program requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements for this online business administration degree. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a six-course minor.

Project Management

Given the global nature and inherent complexity of today’s business environment, organizational leaders face significant challenges in meeting strategic objectives. Project managers play an increasingly vital role in addressing these challenges by ensuring that projects are executed on time, within budget, and with the most efficient use of resources.

This concentration explores the four key areas of project management: scope, time, cost risk, and quality management. You will examine strategic project management practices, organizational support systems that support project success, and project authority while also taking a look at the issue of ethics in project execution. This concentration can prepare you to sit for the certified Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam offered through the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.*

Completion Requirements

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet your program requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements for this online business administration degree. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a 6-course minor.

PMI is a registered trademark and service mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

"PMP is a registered certification mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc."

*Eligibility for the PMP® credential requires individuals to first attain specific educational and project management experience, including 35 contact hours of project management education and a minimum of three years, or 36 months, of project management experience, during which at least 4,500 hours were spent leading and directing project tasks. The final step in earning the PMP credential is passing the PMP exam. For more information, visit the Project Management Institute (PMI) website at www.pmi.org.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Small Business Ventures

Running a small business can be exciting and rewarding if you are prepared for the challenges. Drawing from real-world successes and failures, this concentration can help you acquire management skills to grow your existing small business or face the demands of launching a new one. Take the opportunity to gain valuable insights into the importance of customer relations and strategic marketing and begin applying new tactics immediately in your current business or in the planning phases of a new venture. In this concentration, you will analyze actual business plans and case studies that encompass various small business models, including franchises, start-ups, e-commerce, or family businesses. 

Completion Requirements*

  • 181 total quarter credits
    • General education courses (46 cr.)
    • Business courses (55 cr.)
    • Concentration courses (15 cr.)
    • Elective courses (65 cr.)

Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

*If you are currently enrolled or have recently attended a community college or are a CPCU, you may be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your bachelor’s program at Walden.

Business Courses

Concentration Courses

Elective Courses

Choose 13 courses from general education, B.S. in Business Administration, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. Your elective credits should total 65 to meet your program requirements. You may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet your elective requirements for this online business administration degree. Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a silx-course minor.

Curriculum Component Requirements  Cost  Total* 
Tuition 181 total quarter credit hours  $310 per quarter hour  $56,110
Books and Materials Estimated costs  $5,393 $5,393
Technology Fee  Per quarter $120 $1,920
   

Total

$63,423

   

Transfer up to 135 credits 

$47,645

   

Total with Transfer Credits

$15,778

*Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

Transfer credit total includes reduction in technology fee and books and supplies as related to reduced number of courses over time.

Tuition and fees are subject to change.

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We want to make your education as affordable as possible. Explore our limited-time tuition savings options available for some of our most popular programs. You may also be able to save depending on your affiliation with Walden. Find out.

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Accelerate Your Degree Completion

Find a Meaningful Career

Your B.S. in Business Administration degree from Walden can open the door to a lifetime of career and earnings growth. It can also enhance your ability to find a meaningful career in which you can truly make a difference.

Earnings and unemployment rates by educational attainment

For 13 of the 30 fastest-growing occupations for 2012–2022, a bachelor’s degree or higher is required.*

Increase Your Earnings Potential

With your Walden business administration degree in hand, you can expect to dramatically raise your earnings potential over the course of your career. The earnings gap between those who have four-year college degrees and those who do not has widened throughout the last four decades.

  • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, adults with bachelor’s degrees earned an average of $57,616 in 2013, while those with high school diplomas earned $33,852.
  • According to a study conducted by Georgetown University, a bachelor's degree holder can expect to earn 84% more over their lifetime than someone with only a high school diploma.

Stay Competitive

To remain competitive in the job market of the future, a bachelor’s degree is critical as more and more individuals pursue higher education.

  • In the most recent decade, total undergraduate enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions increased from 13.2 million students in fall 2000 to 17.6 million in fall 2009.§
  • Between 2011 and 2021, undergraduate enrollment is expected to increase by 16% to 20.3 million students.§

Reach Your Potential

With a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Walden, you’re giving yourself the greatest possible chance for success. Take this first step in your career path and prepare yourself for additional study that can lead to a master’s and then a doctoral degree.

Develop skills for success in:

  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving
  • Communication
  • Leadership

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, “Employment Projections 2012–2022,” on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/ecopro.pdf (viewed online April 24, 2014). National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth.

†Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, “Earnings and unemployment rates by educational attainment,” on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_chart_001.htm (viewed online April 24, 2014).

‡Georgetown University, The College Payoff,” on the Internet at https://www2.ed.gov/policy/highered/reg/hearulemaking/2011/collegepayoff.pdf (viewed online April 24, 2014).

§U.S. Department of Education, “The Condition of Education 2013,” on the Internet at http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2013/2013037.pdf (viewed April 24, 2014).

Program Highlights

40+ Years Teaching Adult Learners
Walden is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), a mark of excellence in education. For more than 40 years, we have been meeting the higher education needs of adult learners who want to improve their own lives and make the world a better place for others.

Robust Student Support
Our proactive Student Support Team is dedicated to your success and here to support you at every step of your business administration degree program. From our expansive online library to our Career Services Center, many resources are offered to help you navigate your studies and reach your goals.

Business Acumen for the Real World
This Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program can prepare you to make valuable contributions to your current or future organization by providing you with a solid foundation in business theory and practice across an array of operational areas. Your final capstone course allows you to develop a real-world example of your efforts in addressing a problem in your field.

High-Quality Faculty
At Walden, you are taught and supported by faculty chosen for their academic and professional qualifications as well as their ability to help you apply what you learn in our B.S. in Business Administration program.

Convenient Learning That Fits Your Life
Our challenging yet manageable online business administration degree programs are designed for working professionals, enabling you to strike a balance between your job, studies, and family life.

A Global Community of Like-Minded Professionals
Join a diverse and friendly community of adult learners who are achieving their personal and professional goals while making a difference. Explore new perspectives by collaborating with students around the world who are passionate about learning.

Save Time and Money While Earning Your Degree
Walden enables you to maximize transfer of credit using prior completed courses/college experience, Prior Learning Assessments (PLAs), and professional experience. You may also be eligible to transfer courses and accelerate your business administration degree if you hold one of these certifications:

Find out more about what defines Walden’s B.S. in Business Administration degree program:

Today’s job market is constantly evolving, and a career management strategy is critical to remain competitive and successful. Career advancers and job seekers alike must know how to network, develop strong professional relationships, know your value proposition, and find ways to market your value in different mediums. Walden’s Career Services Center offers:

  • Resources for job opportunities and career information.
  • Résumé and curriculum vitae tips.
  • Guidance on networking and branding.
  • Strategies to help you prepare for interviews and land the job.

"Proactive career management is vital in today’s economic climate. Through assessing your qualifications, researching job opportunities early in your academic career, and building connections with professionals in your field, you will capitalize on opportunities to strengthen and market your qualifications and build your professional network.”

Lisa J. Cook, J.D., M.Ed.
Director of Career Services
Walden University

 

When you graduate, Walden will still be here to help you excel in your career. By joining our alumni network of more than 63,000 people all over the world, you will have opportunities to connect with fellow alumni who share your interests as well as access to Career Insider.

    • Chris Rey

      “I knew if I had the opportunity to complete my degree, other opportunities would follow in my life. And here I am, the youngest mayor in the state of North Carolina. Walden gave me that opportunity.”

      Chris Rey
      B.S. in Business Administration Graduate

    • Angelo Orlanes

      “The decision to return to school was a pivotal point in my life. My associate degree in accounting had taken me as far as it could both financially and professionally. As a responsible man with obligations to the family, I wanted college to be something they counted on in life. I was determined to be an example for them, show them if I could do it with all the responsibilities a father and husband carries, it is obtainable in their futures.”

      Angelo Orlanes
      B.S. in Business Administration Graduate

    • André Lynch

      “The mentorship at Walden has been the greatest value. It’s consistent, ongoing, empowering, and encouraging. It’s a network that has provided a wealth of resources.”

      André Lynch
      B.S. in Business Administration and Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Graduate and Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) Student

    • Bryan Ortiz

      “When I have a goal, I do anything to accomplish it. I moved to Charlotte to pursue my career as a NASCAR driver. Walden University gave me a great opportunity to continue my education in an accredited university even when I am traveling all over the country to race.”

      Bryan Ortiz
      B.S. in Business Administration Graduate

    • Robert Gray

      “Professors at Walden always talk about real enterprises. Real firms, real companies that are successful right now. That’s why I like it. The coursework is supported by examples from the real world.”

      Jair Vilchis Loranca
      B.S. in Business Administration Graduate

    • Robert Gray

      “What has changed since getting my degree at Walden is my confidence and ability to influence people. My degree from Walden helped me grow personally, and it expanded my opportunities.”

      Paul Satryb
      B.S. in Business Administration and M.S. in Management Graduate

    • Robert Gray

      “Everyone at Walden is a strong advocate of social change. Seeing what other alumni were doing made me start to think about what I could do.”

      Ralphfiel Farrar
      B.S. in Business Administration Graduate

    • Robert Gray

      “I was inspired to go back to school for my four boys. I am a single mother. I decided that the salary I was receiving was not enough to support my family and a change was needed.”

      Regine Choute
      B.S. in Business Administration Graduate

    • Robert Gray

      “I transferred credits to Walden. It was a very positive experience. They accepted credits and made it much easier to obtain my degree.”

      Shawndel D. Smith
      B.S. in Business Administration Graduate and M.S. in Management Student

    • Robert Gray

      “Starting my own business and being enrolled at Walden at the same time was a great fit. I could apply what I was learning in my marketing and business concepts courses while building my business.”

      Willie F. Jones
      B.S. in Business Administration and Master of Information Systems Management (M.I.S.M.) Graduate and Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) Student

    • “Walden’s study abroad trip was one of the greatest memories of my life.”

      Geneva Hayes
      B.S. in Business Administration Student

    • “I came back to Walden to earn my master’s degree because the university is such a good match for me as a student.”

      “I think the best thing Walden does is structure its classrooms to allow flexibility for people like me who are married with kids and work full time. I still have the flexibility within the week to get my work done.”

      Paul Trupia
      B.S. in Business Administration, Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), and Graduate Certificate in College Teaching and Learning Graduate

Core Faculty

Shannon M. Lynch-McClure

Shannon M. Lynch-McClure
Ed.D., University of Sarasota; M.S., Walden University; M.A., Webster University; B.S., University of Central Florida

 

 


Michael Blagg, M.B.A., B.S., Eastern Illinois University

Sherri Braxton-Lieber, Ph.D., The George Washington University; M.S., North Carolina State University; B.S., Wake Forest University

Jacqueline Awadzi Calloway, Ph.D., Capella University; M.B.A., Texas A&M University; B.S., Louisiana State University

Charlotte Carlstrom, Ph.D., Argosy University, Sarasota; M.S., B.S., Kent State University

Russell A. Casey, D.B.A., Delaware State University; M.B.A., Nova Southeastern University; B.S., Wesley College

John L. Craddock, Ph.D., Walden University; M.B.A., Pepperdine University

Michael Cutchen, J.D., University of the Pacific; B.S., Brigham Young University

James E. Fletcher, Ph.D., Michigan State University; M.S., Texas Tech University; B.S., Texas A&M University

Gerald R. Griffin, Ed.D., B.S., The University of Tulsa; M.B.A., Southern Methodist University

Swinton Hudson, M.A., B.S., Liberty University

Robert H. Jenks, M.B.A., Harvard University

Arthur H. Johnson, Ed.D., Florida Atlantic University; M.S., B.S., University of Florida

Kelley A. Lovati, M.S., B.A., Central Michigan University

Marc E. Lyncheski, M.A., Marquette University; M.B.A., University of Phoenix; B.S., Allegheny College

Shannon M. Lynch-McClure, Ed.D., University of Sarasota; M.S., Walden University; M.A., Webster University; B.S., University of Central Florida

Larry P. Palur, M.S., M.S.E., Ohio University; B.S., The Ohio State University

Albert B. Salinas, M.B.A., Harvard University; B.S., New Mexico State University

Grace Shore, M.S., Central Michigan University; B.S., Northwood University

Charles Smith Jr., Ph.D., Capella University; M.B.A., Dallas Baptist University; B.S., Texas Wesleyan University

Jenny J. Swearingen, D.B.A., M.B.A., Nova Southeastern University; B.A., University of South Florida

Jennifer Tallow, M.B.A., Pace University; B.A., SUNY Cortland

Nickey D. Turner, M.S., National Louis University; B.S., Bowling Green State University

Daren W. Upham, M.B.A., American InterContinental University; B.S., The University of Utah

Stanley Warrick, J.D., University of Arkansas; M.S.M., Lake Forest Graduate School of Management; B.S., U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Sandra M. White, M.S., Clemson University; M.A., Webster University; B.S., Southern Wesleyan University

Rita Williams-Bogar, M.B.A., Walden University; B.S., Bryant University

Why Choose Walden

Why Busy Professionals Choose Walden

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Graduates of this program will be prepared to:

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in the fundamental business principles and practices that enable firms to operate in both domestic and global environments.
  2. Employ critical-thinking and analysis skills to solve business problems in a real-world context.
  3. Analyze ethical issues that impact business decisions from economic, political, legal, and social perspectives.
  4. Describe the ways in which diversity influences a company’s ability to achieve its goals.
  5. Evaluate the application of technology as a strategy for competitive advantage in business.
  6. Conduct basic research using scholarly sources to acquire new knowledge in the business domain.

For assistance in deciding which concentration fits your goals, request information or speak with an enrollment advisor by calling 1-866-492-5336. A list of international toll-free phone numbers is available for students outside the United States.

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