The programs below, offered by the Fox School of Business, the College of Liberal Arts, and the School of Social Work respectively, can be completed fully online.
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Discover an online education that delivers outstanding flexibility while benefiting from world-class education from Temple University’s Fox School of Business. Featuring the same award-winning faculty, educational prestige and career development resources as our on-campus programs, the Fox Online BBA is designed to power your future—in a transfer-friendly format that fits your life.
The Fox School of Business is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
As an online student, you have the option to complete a degree in accounting, business management, human resource management, marketing or supply chain management. You’ll have access to the same renowned faculty that teach in the classroom and the Center for Professional Development’s (CSPD) as a resource to prepare you for any business environment.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
This 124-credit undergraduate degree provides students with a broad general education and intensive study for professional careers in public accounting, corporate financial management, consulting, government or nonprofit accounting, and tax accounting. Temple's accounting program helps prepare students to pursue professional certifications such as the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Management Accounting (CMA).
Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management
The business management degree program is ideal for both students preparing to enter the workforce and working professionals. It offers a broad curriculum, providing undergraduates with the foundational principles they need to pursue more specialized areas of business.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management
The Human Resource Management BBA coursework provides students with vital interpersonal skills for managing workplace personnel and resolving disputes. Refine your presentation and communication skills; gain an understanding of collective bargaining procedures; and acquire the tools to increase your company’s reputation, productivity and sustainable profits.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing
Study applied quantitative methods and the behavioral sciences necessary to address contemporary marketing challenges. The curriculum is built on active, experiential learning. Students will explore a wide variety of foundational marketing topics including advertising, communications, digital media, customer data analytics, market research, sales and strategy. Choose to gain a deeper understanding of a single area and increase your job readiness by choosing a specific curriculum-based course sequence. Options for specialization include
- consumer insights,
- digital marketing,
- retailing and
- salesforce effectiveness.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management is intended for students who are interested in the study of control, design, execution, monitoring and planning of supply chain activities with the objectives of
- building a competitive infrastructure,
- creating net value,
- leveraging worldwide logistics,
- measuring performance globally and
- synchronizing supply with demand.
The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies degree offered by the College of Liberal Arts allows you to design your own plan of study through flexible academic tracks in humanities or social sciences. The degree will help you meet your personal and professional goals; expand your critical thinking, research and communication skills; and take your career to the next level.
The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) in the School of Social Work at Temple’s College of Public Health prepares students for entry-level social work careers advancing social justice and working with individuals, families and communities in need. The BSW program—offered both online and in-person—focuses on societal transformation, and students learn about issues such as institutional racism, health disparities and poverty in Philadelphia’s dynamic urban setting.