Online Business Degrees with Lindenwood University

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Build Business Acumen, Make Bigger Assets

Business is the greatest platform for change – geographic, economic, social, and political – so it makes sense to pursue an online degree that can lead to upward career mobility and movement between fields. And when you consider that a business administration or business management degree is a primary route to a lucrative career1, then it’s easy to understand why it’s the most popular undergraduate major and accounts for nearly 20 percent of all degrees awarded2. However, cutting through the clutter to find a respected online business program that meets your needs can be challenging. That’s why Lindenwood leads with a strong value proposition – convenient, flexible, quality degrees with unbeatable affordability and unparalleled support.

Lindenwood’s online, flexible degrees enable you to balance your personal and professional responsibilities while gaining the analysis skills and valuable insights to create positive change for organizations in business, health care, education, and more.

Business Degrees for Your Career Goals

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120 Credit Hours; 4 Years; ACBSP Accreditation

Gain effective leadership skills as you learn the fundamentals of running a modern business.

Areas of Emphasis: Accounting; Finance; Health Management; Management; Marketing; Supply Chain Management.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Develop competencies in key areas such as recruiting, hiring, performance management, benefits, and more through practical, real-life situational experiences.

Curriculum topics include managerial accounting, organizational behavior, employment law, talent management, and career development.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years; ACBSP Accreditation

Build a strong foundation in core business and marketing principles to effectively market goods and services.

Curriculum topics include social media marketing and creative advertising concepts.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Enter the fashion industry with a deep understanding of the principles and concepts in fashion design and business that enable you to run your own business.

Curriculum topics include fashion marketing, fashion design, the history of costume, and pricing strategy.

30 Credit Hours; 2 Years; ACBSP Accreditation

Understand the organizational changes that can occur as a business progresses while gaining the skills to lead small and large organizations.

Curriculum topics include personnel law, organizational communication, financial policy, and organizational change and development.

37 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Excel with effective leadership skills to guide nonprofit organizations through fundraising, community service efforts, and more.

Curriculum topics include fundraising, marketing, grant writing, and financial management.

30 Credit Hours; 2 Years; ACBSP Accreditation

Prepare for the CPA exam by exploring key accounting theories and their practical application.

Curriculum topics include accounting ethics, professional research, fraud examination, and international accounting.

33 Credit Hours; 2.5 Years*; ACBSP Accreditation

Examine case studies and contemporary issues while gaining the skills, concepts, and management practices to make you an effective business leader.

Areas of Emphasis: Accounting; Healthcare Administration; Human Resource Management; International Business; Leadership; Management; Marketing; Nonprofit Administration; Project Management; Supply Chain Management.

*Accelerated option – complete your degree in 1.75 years.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years*

Prepare to serve as a manager in the executive arm of local, state, and federal/national government.

Curriculum topics include public finance, governmental budgeting, and economic analysis.

*Accelerated option – complete your degree in 1.5 years.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Network with other fashion professionals as you explore business and fashion concepts that enable you to succeed as an entrepreneur in the industry.

Curriculum topics include fashion design and technology, global apparel buying and trend forecasting, small business management, and advertising and promotional strategy.

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For nearly 200 years, Lindenwood University has been committed to enhancing lives through quality education and professional preparatory experiences. Our values – integrity, dedication, excellence, creativity, and community – are core to this mission and inform every aspect of our academic programs. Explore more and find out why we believe real experience brings real success.

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Love Online Learning with Lindenwood

Lindenwood brings the best of the on-campus experience – affordable, academic programs, unparalleled faculty support, and a community of diverse learners – to your online learning program. Flexible classes mean you can study when and where it’s best for you and your academic advisors, library services, the career center, military student services, and other support systems are never more than a click or a call away. Regardless of the reason for your online degree, we’ll make sure you have everything you need along the way.

Online Business Curricula As Versatile As You

Every aspect of Lindenwood’s online business degrees was developed with the student in mind; i.e., ensuring the real experience you’ll gain translates to real success in the years following graduation. From flexible schedules that let you study when and where it’s best for you to courses and workshops with industry leaders that enable you to network while you learn, each degree balances theory with the practical application skills that enable you to make learning come to life. Our faculty, staff, and advisors also guide you through developing the soft skills that employers value most, including strategic thinking, creative problem solving, leadership skills, communication skills, analytical thinking, and the ability to work collaboratively.

Make Your Career Recession-Proof

Look around – everything is business! Even businesses that aren’t designed to make money (nonprofits) need highly trained professionals to bring in the money (fundraising), manage the money (accounting), and spend the money (marketing). A background in business prepares you to make an impact in nearly any environment – private sector, government, nonprofit organizations, and more. Industries including high tech, manufacturing, fashion, and others rely on the skills and knowledge that business majors bring, which means there should be plenty of opportunities to find the work environment that’s right for you. And with the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicting positive job growth in business and financial operations through the end of the decade, now is the right time to get started with your degree.

Top 10 Highest-Paying Business Degrees, 20216

  1. Economics
  2. Statistics
  3. Finance
  4. Management
  5. Accounting
  6. Entrepreneurship
  7. Logistics/Supply Chain Management
  8. Labor Relations
  9. Marketing
  10. Human Resources

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