At a Glance
Sonoma State University partners with North Bay community colleges, via the School of Business and Economics (SBE) and School of Extended and International Education (SEIE), to provide a pathway for students to earn a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Management.
Pre-selected courses are taught by Sonoma State University (SSU) faculty during scheduled evenings, typically offered Monday to Thursday. We are a semester institution offering courses during the fall and spring; with additional intersessions (both during the summer and winter break). Currently enrolled students are able to complete their business major courses during the fall & spring semester and are highly encouraged to complete their Seawolf Graduation requirements during the intersessions options. To view an example of current fall or spring schedules please click on the course chart.
The program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and is designed specifically for students with work, family or other commitments who are not able to join the traditional business degree programs on the main SSU campus in Rohnert Park. Save time and money studying online!
The BS Business Administration is a self-supporting program administered by SEIE and is receiving no State funding. Fees are collected on a per-unit basis, currently $435 per unit (subject to change).
Students pay only for the courses they take each semester, so a student taking 12 units will pay $5220; a student taking 8 units will pay $3480.
Students will be admitted to the program each Fall semester based on fulfilling both the general education CSU transfer pattern and Business Administration pre-requisites. Because there are numerous pre-requisites, we strongly recommend getting a pre-admissions assessment to determine where you stand in terms of entrance requirements (see Application Criteria for the full list).
Prospective applicants should contact Nina Mendia, email@example.com, to arrange a pre-admission assessment.
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