Bachelor of Business Administration
A hands-on undergraduate degree for innovative minds
Build a strong foundation in real-world business with our affordable, accredited, 100% online BBA.
Nexford career services & development: start with the end in mind
At Nexford, you'll do more than just learn. Alongside your studies, you'll receive access to all of our career services: beginning when you enroll, and ending... well, never.
From early career planning to personal branding to job applications, we'll be alongside you every step of your program. Even after you've graduated our support doesn't stop, as we'll continue to bring you lifelong learning opportunities — including LinkedIn Learning & the Nexford Digital Library.
Your career success is at the heart of everything we do. Discover our career services, and see how you'll come away from Nexford with more than just a degree.
Ready? Get set for career progression
A Nexford Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is proof that you’ve got what it takes to hit the ground running. It tells employers that you’ve got the right skills for today’s global workplace. We analyzed more than 30 million job vacancies and surveyed industry leaders who employ more than 2.5 million people worldwide to help you develop the capabilities that top organizations want.
As well as a rock-solid grounding in business, you'll gain more than just a degree at Nexford. You'll earn valuable credentials as you go. Watch our video to find out what you get. With a strong foundation in the fundamentals, you’ll be able to draw on your knowledge and skills as you progress. If you want to pursue an BBA at Nexford, you’ll also be on the right academic track.
"My analytical skills have improved. I got a pay raise at work. I got promoted at work."
BBA graduates in the US make a median salary of $45,130 per year right after graduating
Join a global community from 80+ countries
A Nexford degree is designed for leaders, not followers. The world is going digital and opportunities are no longer limited by physical borders. Your degree should prepare you for this world, not yesterday’s. It should be fit for purpose, maximize your employability and open up future opportunities.