Bachelor of Applied Science: Business

As with the law of supply and demand, today's business graduates are experiencing a resurgence of job opportunities reflective of a growing economy. From ownership of a small business to employment at national and international businesses, eVersity will help you obtain the skills needed to succeed in today's business environment.

Career Highlights

Job Outlook

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, business professions are expected to grow 7% by 2022.

Potential Occupations

  • Marketing Researcher
  • Human Resources
  • General and Operations Managers

Earning Potential

On average, employees with bachelor's degrees make nearly $24,000 more per year than high school graduates. -U.S. Census Bureau




  • ACCT 2003: Principles of Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 2013: Principles of Managerial Accounting

Business Law

  • BLAW 2003: Business Law


  • BUSI 1013: Intro to Business
  • BUSI 2003: Administrative Office Procedures
  • BUSI 2013: Business and Professional Communications
  • BUSI 2113: Spreadsheets
  • BUSI 3203: Business Logistics

Computer Science

  • CPSI 1003: Intro to Computers
  • CPSI 3313: Management Information Systems


  • ECON 2203: Microeconomics


  • FINC 2013: Personal Finance
  • FINC 3013: Principles of Finance


  • LEAD 3103: Leadership Theory and Practice
  • LEAD 4103: Leadership and Change


  • MATH 2103: Statistics


  • MGMT 2003: Principles of Management
  • MGMT 3103: Organizational Behavior
  • MGMT 3113: Operations Management
  • MGMT 3123: Human Resource Management
  • MGMT 4403: Strategic Management


  • MKTG 2003: Principles of Marketing



  • BIOL 1004: Life Science I
  • BIOL 1104: Life Science II


  • ECON 2103: Macroeconomics


  • ENGL 1013: English Composition I
  • ENGL 2023: Technical Writing

eVersity Engage

  • EVSY 1001: eVersity Engage


  • MATH 1113: Quantitative Literacy


  • PHIL 1003: Logic and Critical Thinking

  • PHIL 2003: Professional Ethics

Political Science

  • PLSC 2003: US Government and Society


  • PSYC 1103: Intro to Psychology


  • SOCI 1013: Intro to Sociology

In addition to the courses listed above, students seeking a Bachelor of Applied Science in Business will also complete 18 elective hours.

The eVersity Difference

Balanced Schedule

By focusing on one course at a time, for six weeks, and taking a week off before starting the next course, you can easily clock out of your job and log in to your career. With seven start dates per year, back to school can happen in any season.

Affordable Quality

As a not-for-profit institution, we work hard to keep our operating costs low so we can keep your tuition low. In fact, we offer one of the lowest per-credit-hour tuition costs in the U.S. Where we invest our resources is in your education. Our University of Arkansas System faculty have a wealth of experience specializing in our areas of study.

Transferable Credits

We accept college-level courses in transfer from all accredited colleges and universities recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Appropriate college-level credit earned at international universities may also be eligible for transfer. Talk to an enrollment specialist for details.

  • Ready to rethink college?

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