Villanova’s part-time business programs, one of the few part-time business programs in the area fully accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business, boasts a strong reputation for its small class size and outstanding faculty.
A Villanova Business Administration degree will provide you with a firm grasp of business and economic fundamentals and the ability to analyze business problems quantitatively, along with proficiency in written and oral communication, an awareness of moral values and responsibility.
As a Villanova business student, you will initially complete introductory accounting, economics, business law, and statistics courses and follow with an in-depth study of the fields of finance, marketing, and management.
For details on degree requirements, please review the current course curriculum for a Bachelor of Business Administration or refer to the latest edition of Villanova's Undergraduate Catalog.
Villanova's School of Business also offers a Certificate in Business Administration for individuals who already have a bachelor's degree but are seeking a solid foundation of business knowledge.
Individual Course Descriptions:
Business Administration (12 courses = 36 credits)
BA Electives (6 courses) - choose upper level Business Law, Economics, finance, Management, MIS, or Marketing courses. Must have junior or senior standing
Analytics (1 course = 3 credits)
Accounting (2 courses = 6 credits)
Business Law (1 course = 3 credits)
Economics (3 courses = 9 credits)
English (1 course = 3 credits)
Augustine and Culture: The Villanova Seminar (2 courses = 6 credits)
Mathematics (2 course = 8 credits)
Philosophy and Ethics (2 course = 6 credits)
Theology (2 course = 6 credits)
THL Elective - 2000 & above
Social/Natural Sciences (4 courses = 12 credits)
History - Choose from any course in the department
Natural Science - Choose from from Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Meteorology, Physics, GEV 1050, or GEV 1051.
Behavorial Science - Choose from Sociology or PSY 1000.
Elective - Choose from Sociology, Psychology, Natural Sciences or History.
Communications (1 course = 3 credits)
Humanities (1 course = 3 credits):
Choose from Art & Art History, Classical Studies, English, Modern Languages, Philosophy, or Theatre.
Free Electives (6 courses = 18 credits)
Transfer students-no more than 50% of the business core courses are allowed to transfer into the B.S. Accountancy Program.