Finish Your Bachelor's in Two Years or Less
Did you start your bachelor’s degree but life got in the way? Do you have an associate’s degree already? You can earn an affordable bachelor’s degree in just two years through our business degree completion program.
Findlay’s B.S. in Business Management degree completion program is offered completely online and is designed just for you – a working adult with a busy life. All courses are offered in an asynchronous format, meaning you can study when it is convenient for you.
Choose Your Emphasis
Customize your degree with coursework that focuses on the subject that interests you most. Findlay offers emphases within the B.S. in business management in: business management, health administration, environmental, safety & health, and emergency operations.
BSLA 270 – Power in Society: Use and Abuse
BSLA 280 – Enduring Issues in World Religions
BSLA 320 – Communication for Professionals
BSAD 320 – Marketing Management
BSAD 425 – Business Law and Regulations
HCMG 375 – Healthcare Information Management
BSEM 425 – Environmental Risk Assessment
BSAD 414 – Corporate Social Responsibility
How it Works
The credits you’ve already earned count toward your degree. Our admissions team will review your transcripts and let you know which credits will transfer and which courses you need to take at Findlay.
61 transferable credits you’ve already earned
63 credits taken at Findlay
124 total credits
The degree completion program consists of 63 credit hours. A minimum of 124 total credit hours is required for the Bachelor of Science. You must take at least 30 credit hours at the University of Findlay. To complete the program in two years, you will need to have already earned at least 61 credit hours that can transfer to Findlay.
- 2.0 minimum cumulative grade point average for all previous post-secondary courses.
- Good financial and social standing at your most recently attended post-secondary institution. Good social standing generally implies that you have not been suspended or dismissed due to a non-academic disciplinary action.
If your native language is not English and you have not graduated from an English speaking university in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland or Canada, you must also submit an English language test score. You will be either directly admitted or conditionally admitted based on your English language test score. Visit the international admissions website for more information.