Online BBA in General Business
Develop your skills in any area of business. Earn a versatile degree from a top-tier, AACSB-accredited College of Business.
A Faster, More Convenient Way to Acquire Your Business Degree
Pursue a career or advance your future in nearly any area of business with this degree—including marketing, management, operations and supply chain management, accounting, economics and finance.
The Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business is a 100% online degree program from UTEP’s AACSB-accredited College of Business. You’ll get the opportunity to learn from professors who teach in the face-to-face program. And be able to take advantage of the College of Business Administration’s unique connections with companies throughout the country.
Start your career. Start a business. Or enhance your career trajectory with this versatile, flexible and affordable degree.
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- 100% online
- Most classes can be completed in 7-week periods
- Highly affordable and flexible program
- Tuition: $414.76/credit hour (in-state students) or $565/credit hour (out-of-state students)
#1 University in El Paso
Best college, best value college and best professors (Niche).
Best University for Career Outcomes in El Paso
Highest average earnings and job placement rates (U.S. Department of Education).
The flexible, fully online learning environment helps you advance your education while maintaining your current commitments.
Top 4.5% of Universities in the Country
Out of 2,800+ four-year universities, UTEP is one of 131 in the highest classification for research (R1 for top tier doctoral university with very high research activity).
Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI)
With a student body that is 83% Hispanic, UTEP stands out as an HSI — one of 569 in the country. Plus, it’s one of only 19 HSIs designated as an R1 top tier research university.
Low Out-of-Pocket Costs
Out of all U.S. doctoral research institutions, UTEP boasts one of the lowest out-of-pocket costs. More than $221 million is awarded in financial aid each year.