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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Online Program

LSUA's Bachelor of Science in Business Administration online degree program gives you the skills to understand the workings of businesses, and the tools to help them succeed. When you earn your B.S. in Business Administration degree, you will be prepared to manage (or own) a small business or work in various business fields, such as banking, manufacturing, marketing, and more.

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$249.40 per credit hour

There is always a demand for qualified, educated business managers. This 100% online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree will give you the skills to evaluate and improve business practices with sound scientific and financial knowledge.

In LSUA's B.S. in Business Administration online degree program, you will learn to:

  • Recognize and analyze ethical problems, as well as defend resolutions for practical situations in accounting, management, and marketing.
  • Evaluate the financial position of organizations through examination of balance sheets, cash flow statements, and corporate budgets.
  • Understand the creation of value through the integrated production and distribution of goods, services, and information as they relate to economic, financial, and marketing theory and practice.
  • Through the use of the scientific process, acquire data, develop statistical procedures, and provide interpretative information for decision-making processes.
  • Recognize how domestic and global variables may impact organizational decision-making.

Online Courses

Coursework in this 120-hour online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration focuses on a solid foundation of business knowledge, principles of marketing and management, and finance. Students must complete 39 hours of General Education Courses—ENGL (6), Social Science (6), Math (6), Natural Sciences/Electives (9), Humanities (9), Fine Arts (3), CMIS (1),* 51 hours in Foundation Courses, 24 hours in Foundation Electives and 6 hours of General Education Electives.

*Students may opt to complete the CCE (Computer Competency Exam), or transfer in a comparable credit. Must refer to LSUA for exam details.

General Education Courses
ENGL 1001 English Composition

Prerequisite: ACT score as specified in the placement section of the catalog or a grade of "C" or higher in ENGL 0092. ENGL 1001 offers an introduction to composition and analysis of the essay and its rhetorical strategies. A grade of "C" or higher required to advance to ENGL 1002.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ENGL 1002 English Composition II

Prerequisite: ACT score as specified in the placement section of the catalog or a grade of "C" or higher in English 1001. The study and practice of rhetorical strategies, critical reading and thinking, culminating in the research paper. A grade of "C" or higher is required to advance to all sophomore English courses.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
FIAR 1001 Introduction to Fine Arts

An introduction to the fundamental problems and concepts of art in the fields of design, sculpture, graphics, painting, and ceramics as they relate to the home, community, religion, commerce, and industry. Discussions, lectures, outside readings.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ENGL 2027 Poetry

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ENGL 1002. Study of the forms and uses of poetry over time and across cultures. [CENL 2313]

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ENGL 2031 The Novel

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ENGL 1002. Study of the forms and development of the novel over time and across cultures.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ENGL 2084 Myths, Legends, and Folklore

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ENGL 1002. Study of myths, legends, and folklore and their relationship to narrative patterns in literature. May include examples from non-Western cultures, such as Native American, Asian, African, and Islamic cultures.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CMST 1061 Communication Fundamentals

An introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of intrapersonal, interpersonal, and public communication, with opportunities for communication skills acquisition and practice.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CMST 2060 Public Speaking

Exploration of public communication concepts and techniques, including audience analysis, topic selection and research, organization of materials, and delivery skills. Creation and presentation of speeches and analysis of other speakers.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
HIST 1001 History of Western Civilization I

A broad survey of ideas, institutions, and societies in Western Civilization from the earliest times to the Reformation Era.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
HIST 1003 History of Western Civilization II

A broad survey of ideas, institutions, and societies of Western Civilization from the Reformation Era to the present.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
HIST 2055 American History I

Prerequisite for all advanced courses in American history. Survey of American history from the earliest times to 1865. Topics include interactions between Europeans, Indians, and Africans in America; the impact of English colonial developments; American slavery; causes and consequences of the American Revolution; development of antebellum America; foreign policy and territorial expansion in North America; and the American Civil War.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
HIST 2057 American History II

Prerequisite for all advanced courses in American history. Survey of American history from 1865 to present. Topics include Reconstruction, industrialization, immigration, Progressivism, Twentieth-Century American foreign policy and wars, the Great Depression and New Deal, the Cold War and civil rights movement, and contemporary domestic and foreign policy developments.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MATH 1021 College Algebra

Prerequisite: ACT score as specified in the placement section of the catalog, or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 0092, or permission of the department. Functions and graphs; polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; equations; and inequalities. A graphing calculator is required.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MATH 2011 General Statistics

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 1021, MATH 1023 or MATH 1313; or permission of the Department of Mathematics and Physical Sciences. Graphical display of data; descriptive statistics; probability; the normal distribution; standard scores; confidence intervals and hypothesis testing based on one sample; regression; and correlation.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MATH 1029 Contemporary Mathematics

Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 1021. A survey of practical mathematics for non-science majors. Topics can be chosen from—but not limited to—sets, logic, number systems, number theory, geometry, finance, graph theory, voting, and mathematics history.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
BIOL 1001 General Biology I

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1001 and MATH 1021. An introduction to biological principles including scientific method, basic biochemistry, cell structure and function, metabolism, genetics, and evolution. Students cannot use both this course and BIOL 1201 to meet a degree's requirement.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
BIOL 1002 General Biology II

Prerequisite: BIOL 1001. A taxonomic survey of living organisms (bacteria, protists, fungi, plants and animals) and viruses. Includes study of structure and functions of organs and systems with emphasis on advanced plants and vertebrates. Also covers basic evolutionary and ecological principles and reinforces use of the scientific process. Students cannot use both this course and BIOL 1202 to meet a degree's requirements.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
BIOL 2030 Introduction to Environmental Science

Prerequisite: ENGL 1002. Basic ecological principles related to populations, communities, and ecosystems. The scientific approach to environmental issues and society's response to these issues are emphasized.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
PHSC 1001 Physical Science I

Prerequisite: eligibility for MATH 1021. A non-technical survey course covering a broad range of topics in the field of chemistry and physics. It is not intended for students who wish to pursue further work in chemistry or physics, and may not be substituted for basic courses covering these areas of science.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
PHSC 2063 Meteorology

Prerequisite: "C" or better in MATH 1021 or MATH 1313. Atmospheric processes and how they contribute to resulting weather events; current weather observations and forecasting techniques; severe events; weather service of NOAA.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CHEM 1001 Intro Chemistry for Non-Science Majors I

Fundamentals of chemistry covering the basic topics of general, inorganic, organic, nuclear, and biochemistry. Students cannot use both this course and CHEM 1201 to meet a degree's requirements. [CCEM 1003/1103] Contact Hours: Lec. 3 Lab. 0.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
POLI 2051 American Government

A survey of the principles, structures, processes, and functions of American government with emphasis on the national government. Topics include constitutional development, federal-state relationships, electoral politics, law, public policy and civic responsibility.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
PSYC 2000 Introduction to Psychology

Prerequisite: ENGL 1001. A survey course with emphasis on introducing the student to the understanding, prediction, and control of behavior.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
PSYC 3001 Cultural Diversity

Cultural diversity and multiculturalism will be addressed from psychological and other perspectives. The course is designed to introduce the student to diverse cultures within the United States and around the world. Special attention will be devoted to the factors that have influenced and are influencing the development of American culture, changes in American culture today, and the potential consequences those changes might have for the American people. Contact Hours: Lec. 3 Lab. 0.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
SOCL 2001 Introductory Sociology

A survey of major subject areas and principles of sociology.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
General Education Electives
CMST 1061 Communication Fundamentals

An introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of intrapersonal, interpersonal, and public communication, with opportunities for communication skills acquisition and practice.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CMST 2060 Public Speaking

Exploration of public communication concepts and techniques, including audience analysis, topic selection and research, organization of materials, and delivery skills. Creation and presentation of speeches and analysis of other speakers.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
HIST 1001 History of Western Civilization I

A broad survey of ideas, institutions, and societies in Western Civilization from the earliest times to the Reformation Era.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
HIST 1003 History of Western Civilization II

A broad survey of ideas, institutions, and societies of Western Civilization from the Reformation Era to the present.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
HIST 2055 American History I

Prerequisite for all advanced courses in American history. Survey of American history from the earliest times to 1865. Topics include interactions between Europeans, Indians, and Africans in America; the impact of English colonial developments; American slavery; causes and consequences of the American Revolution; development of antebellum America; foreign policy and territorial expansion in North America; and the American Civil War.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
HIST 2057 American History II

Prerequisite for all advanced courses in American history. Survey of American history from 1865 to present. Topics include Reconstruction, industrialization, immigration, Progressivism, Twentieth-Century American foreign policy and wars, the Great Depression and New Deal, the Cold War and civil rights movement, and contemporary domestic and foreign policy developments.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ENGL 2027 Poetry

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ENGL 1002. Study of the forms and uses of poetry over time and across cultures. [CENL 2313]

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ENGL 2031 The Novel

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ENGL 1002. Study of the forms and development of the novel over time and across cultures.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ENGL 2084 Myths, Legends, and Folklore

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ENGL 1002. Study of myths, legends, and folklore and their relationship to narrative patterns in literature. May include examples from non-Western cultures, such as Native American, Asian, African, and Islamic cultures.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
BUSN 1001 Introduction to Business

A survey course designed to present an overview of the operation of the business firm and acquaint the student with phases of business organizations and operations and guide them in their occupational choice.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
PSYC 2070 Developmental Psychology

Prerequisite: ENGL 1001 and PSYC 2000 or 2060; or permission of instructor. A life span survey of psychological changes (social, emotional, & intellectual) in development from conception to death.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
PSYC 2076 Child Psychology

Prerequisite: PSYC 2000 or 2060; or permission of instructor. Study of the physical, social, intellectual, and emotional development of the child.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CJUS 1107 Introduction to Criminal Justice

Introduction to criminal justice, its historical and philosophical background; its organizations, agencies, and processes; the development of modern practices; and its role in a democratic society.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
PSYC 2070 Developmental Psychology

Prerequisite: ENGL 1001 and PSYC 2000 or 2060; or permission of instructor. A life span survey of psychological changes (social, emotional, & intellectual) in development from conception to death.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Foundation Courses
ACCT 2001 Financial Accounting

Prerequisite: MATH 1021 and a grade of "C" or higher or enrollment in BUSN 1001. Financial accounting with emphasis on knowledge required for completion of the accounting cycle, including income measurement and financial statement preparation; accounting for current and plant assets, current and long-term liabilities, stockholders' equity, and cash flows.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
BUSN 1001 Introduction to Business

A survey course designed to present an overview of the operation of the business firm and acquaint the student with phases of business organizations and operations and guide them in their occupational choice.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CMIS 1150 Personal Productivity Using IT Tools

Develops skill in using current off-the-shelf word processing, presentation, spreadsheet, and personal database software.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ECON 2020 Principles of Microeconomics

Prerequisite: MATH 1021. A study of basic economics, exploring theories of production, determination of prices in regulated and unregulated industries, functional distribution, international economics, and problems of economic development.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 3200 Principles of Management

Prerequisites: a grade of "C" or higher or enrollment in BUSN 1001. Management functions, including planning, organizing, staffing/human resource management, leading/interpersonal influence, and controlling in both domestic and international spheres.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 3401 Principles of Marketing

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher or enrollment in BUSN 1001. The field of marketing; marketing environment, functions, and institutional structure at a macro level; marketing strategy and policies at a micro level; problems of cost and productivity; viewpoints of society, consumer, and marketing manager.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ACCT 2101 Managerial Accounting

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ACCT 2001. Principles and methods of accounting primarily concerned with data gathering and presentation for purposes of internal management evaluation and decision making.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
BLAW 3201 Business Law I

A survey of general elementary law, contracts, principal and agent, employer and employees, negotiable instruments, partnerships and corporations, bailments, sales, mortgages, torts, insurance, real estate, and bankruptcy.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CMIS 2100 Fundamentals of Information Systems

Prerequisite: CMIS 1150. Systems theory, quality, decision making, and the organizational role of information systems are introduced. Information technology including computing and telecommunications are stressed. Concepts of organizations, information systems growth, and process improvement are introduced.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ECON 2010 Principles of Macroeconomics

Prerequisite: MATH 1021. An introductory study of the nature of economics, economic concepts and problems, economic system, and the role of government. Special emphasis is placed upon the accounting, analytical and policy aspects of national income and product and upon the money and banking system.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ECON 3035 Money and Banking

Prerequisite: ECON 2010 and 2020. Role of commercial banks, other financial institutions, and the central bank in affecting the performance of the economy; relationships of money and fiscal policy to prices, production, and employment; internal and external effects of U.S. fiscal and monetary policy.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ECON 2010 Principles of Macroeconomics

Prerequisite: MATH 1021. An introductory study of the nature of economics, economic concepts and problems, economic system, and the role of government. Special emphasis is placed upon the accounting, analytical and policy aspects of national income and product and upon the money and banking system.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
FINC 3715 Business Finance

Prerequisites: ECON 2020 and ACCT 2101. Finance function within the business enterprise; techniques of financial management, concepts of capital structure and dividend policy, working capital management, capital budgeting, institutional and international environment of the firm.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 3211 Business and Society

Prerequisite: MGMT 3200 and junior standing. Social roles of organizations whose primary function is the accumulation of profits; emphasis on current issues; historical development of business-society relationships.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 4830 Business Policy

Prerequisite: CMIS 2100, MGMT 3200, MKTG 3401, and FINC 3715. May be taken only during the final semester of course work. The course will integrate the many facets of the Business Curriculum. The focus is on strategic management.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 4443 International Marketing

Prerequisite: MKTG 3401 or permission of instructor. Global marketing environment and analytical process; global marketing as all-encompassing; marketing systems in various countries; strategies for multinational and international operations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 4420 Multinational Management

Prerequisite: MGMT 3200. Management concepts and philosophical bases for international management operations; environmental dynamics, multinational business organizations, cultural constraints, organizational structures and processes, and conceptual systems of international operations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Foundation Electives
ENGL 2002 Professional Writing

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ENGL 1002. Training in the communication skills required of practicing professionals in business and technical fields with an emphasis on composing written documents. Topics include professional writing style, workplace collaboration, audience analysis, usability testing, and visual design. Assignments may include the creation of resumes, instructions, brochures, grant proposals, and presentations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ENGL 3002 Technical Writing

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ENGL 1002. Training in the advanced writing and research skills required of practicing professionals in technical fields, including technical writing style, professional culture, technical definition and description, document analysis, primary and secondary research, Internet research, and document and graphic design.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 3320 Human Resource Management

Prerequisite: MGMT 3200 or permission of instructor. Human resource functions, including planning, recruitment, selection, development, maintenance, and reward of employees; relationships with environment and employee associations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 4322 Employee Selection & Placement

Prerequisite: MGMT 3320 or BLAW 4524; or permission of instructor. The specifics of employee recruitment, hiring, and placement processes will be examined.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 4420 Multinational Management

Prerequisite: MGMT 3200. Management concepts and philosophical bases for international management operations; environmental dynamics, multinational business organizations, cultural constraints, organizational structures and processes, and conceptual systems of international operations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 4620 Human Behavior in Organizations

Prerequisite: MGMT 3200. Behavioral sciences applied to understanding human dynamics in organizations; focus on individual, interpersonal, group, and intergroup behavior; impact of human behavior on organizational effectiveness.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 3411 Consumer Analysis and Behavior

Prerequisite: MKTG 3401. Dynamics of consumer markets; their significance to marketing executives; identification and measurement of market segments; analysis of their behavioral patterns as a basis for marketing strategy.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 3430 Advertising

Prerequisite: MKTG 3401 or permission of instructor. Fundamentals of advertising theory and practice; social and economic role of advertising; functions of advertising in marketing and communication.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 4423 Sales Management

Prerequisite: MKTG 3401. Principles of sales planning and control; organizing sales planning and control; organizing sales departments; developing territories; motivating sales persons; and controlling sales operations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 4440 Marketing on the Internet

Prerequisite: MKTG 3401 Appreciation of marketing principles and practices pertaining to the use of the Internet by organizations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 4443 International Marketing

Prerequisite: MKTG 3401 or permission of instructor. Global marketing environment and analytical process; global marketing as all-encompassing; marketing systems in various countries; strategies for multinational and international operations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 4451 Marketing Management

Prerequisite: MKTG 3401 or consent of instructor. Analytical principles used in development of strategies for solving marketing problems; policy areas of product, price, channels, and promotion integrated in development of the firm's total marketing effort.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ACCT 2001 Financial Accounting

Prerequisite: MATH 1021 and a grade of "C" or higher or enrollment in BUSN 1001. Financial accounting with emphasis on knowledge required for completion of the accounting cycle, including income measurement and financial statement preparation; accounting for current and plant assets, current and long-term liabilities, stockholders' equity, and cash flows.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
BUSN 1001 Introduction to Business

A survey course designed to present an overview of the operation of the business firm and acquaint the student with phases of business organizations and operations and guide them in their occupational choice.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CMIS 1150 Personal Productivity Using IT Tools

Develops skill in using current off-the-shelf word processing, presentation, spreadsheet, and personal database software.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ECON 2020 Principles of Microeconomics

Prerequisite: MATH 1021. A study of basic economics, exploring theories of production, determination of prices in regulated and unregulated industries, functional distribution, international economics, and problems of economic development.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 3200 Principles of Management

Prerequisites: a grade of "C" or higher or enrollment in BUSN 1001. Management functions, including planning, organizing, staffing/human resource management, leading/interpersonal influence, and controlling in both domestic and international spheres.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 3401 Principles of Marketing

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher or enrollment in BUSN 1001. The field of marketing; marketing environment, functions, and institutional structure at a macro level; marketing strategy and policies at a micro level; problems of cost and productivity; viewpoints of society, consumer, and marketing manager.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ACCT 2101 Managerial Accounting

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or higher in ACCT 2001. Principles and methods of accounting primarily concerned with data gathering and presentation for purposes of internal management evaluation and decision making.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
BLAW 3201 Business Law I

A survey of general elementary law, contracts, principal and agent, employer and employees, negotiable instruments, partnerships and corporations, bailments, sales, mortgages, torts, insurance, real estate, and bankruptcy.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CMIS 2100 Fundamentals of Information Systems

Prerequisite: CMIS 1150. Systems theory, quality, decision making, and the organizational role of information systems are introduced. Information technology including computing and telecommunications are stressed. Concepts of organizations, information systems growth, and process improvement are introduced.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ECON 2010 Principles of Macroeconomics

Prerequisite: MATH 1021. An introductory study of the nature of economics, economic concepts and problems, economic system, and the role of government. Special emphasis is placed upon the accounting, analytical and policy aspects of national income and product and upon the money and banking system.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ECON 3035 Money and Banking

Prerequisite: ECON 2010 and 2020. Role of commercial banks, other financial institutions, and the central bank in affecting the performance of the economy; relationships of money and fiscal policy to prices, production, and employment; internal and external effects of U.S. fiscal and monetary policy.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ECON 2010 Principles of Macroeconomics

Prerequisite: MATH 1021. An introductory study of the nature of economics, economic concepts and problems, economic system, and the role of government. Special emphasis is placed upon the accounting, analytical and policy aspects of national income and product and upon the money and banking system.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
FINC 3715 Business Finance

Prerequisites: ECON 2020 and ACCT 2101. Finance function within the business enterprise; techniques of financial management, concepts of capital structure and dividend policy, working capital management, capital budgeting, institutional and international environment of the firm.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 3211 Business and Society

Prerequisite: MGMT 3200 and junior standing. Social roles of organizations whose primary function is the accumulation of profits; emphasis on current issues; historical development of business-society relationships.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MGMT 4830 Business Policy

Prerequisite: CMIS 2100, MGMT 3200, MKTG 3401, and FINC 3715. May be taken only during the final semester of course work. The course will integrate the many facets of the Business Curriculum. The focus is on strategic management.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 4443 International Marketing

Prerequisite: MKTG 3401 or permission of instructor. Global marketing environment and analytical process; global marketing as all-encompassing; marketing systems in various countries; strategies for multinational and international operations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 4420 Multinational Management

Prerequisite: MGMT 3200. Management concepts and philosophical bases for international management operations; environmental dynamics, multinational business organizations, cultural constraints, organizational structures and processes, and conceptual systems of international operations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3

Calendar

Louisiana State University of Alexandria offers multiple start dates per year. Once you've been accepted, you can start earning your degree almost immediately.

Upcoming Start Dates:

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Tuition & Financial Aid

LSUA has some of the best tuition rates in the region to make your education affordable and accessible. LSUA staff can help you locate additional funding opportunities that can assist you with your financial needs.

Tuition Breakdown

$249.40

Per Credit Hour

$748.20

Per Three Credit Hour Course

Financial Aid

LSUA works with students to help them remove financial barriers to education, and to make sure you are comfortable. There are loans and grants available.

Admissions

Are you a first-time freshman or a transfer student? Find out what you need to be admitted.

If you are a Louisiana resident, you must:

  • Complete LA Core 4 Curriculum, or its equivalent at time of high school graduation
  • Have a high school GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • Require no Developmental Courses
  • Have either 2.0 GPA or greater in Core Courses, or ACT Composite of 20* or greater

If you are a transfer student, you must:

  • Have earned 12 non-developmental course hours from a regionally accredited college or university
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater
  • Have completed a college-level English and Math course designed to fulfill general education requirements.

Note: Students transferring with fewer than 12 non-developmental hours, or students transferring from schools not regionally accredited, must have at least a 2.0 college GPA and meet First-Time Freshmen criteria.