BBA in Business Administration
Take Your First Step Toward Your BBA.
Strike the balance in work and life.
Flexibility. It’s what we’re all looking for, especially when it comes to finding work/life balance. That’s why we created a BBA in Business Administration that offers classes online, on campus or a blend of both. Now you can choose what works best for your schedule. We’ve created a detailed path to graduation and a plan that you can follow. Now it’s up to you to take the next step.
When you graduate with a BBA in Business Administration from Queens, you’ll be more than prepared for today’s business world; you’ll be ready for tomorrow or next year. And that’s not just talk. In fact, U.S. News & World Report ranked McColl School of Business among the top 1% of small, private business schools. And with the integral support of our Vandiver Center for Career Development, you’ll be connected with career opportunities throughout Charlotte and beyond.
Value of Being a Business Administration Major
- Leadership Focus - You will explore and develop your own individual leadership abilities based on our guiding principles: competence, character and commitment to community
- Charlotte Location - Our campus and faculty are well-connected to the Charlotte business community, which is home to nearly 300 Fortune 500 companies and the country’s third largest banking center
- Career Readiness - Along with organizational and strategic skills, you will develop critical thinking skills and effective communication abilities—all valued by future employers.
- Explore our adult undergraduate program to determine if this program is the best fit for you.
- Submit your application and supporting documents.
- Reach out to our admissions team with any questions you may have. They can be reached at email@example.com or 704-337-2212.
"Queens provides me with the flexibility I need to be a mom, wife, and student. The online classes have been wonderful and there are several class times and days that I can choose from when enrolling in a new course."—Nathalie '20