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Bachelor’s Degree Programs

For working professionals, earning a bachelor’s degree through the University of La Verne is flexible and affordable. Below are a list of commonly offered degrees at our corporate partner sites.  If a program of interest is not listed here, take a look at the full list of degrees and programs offered by the University.

Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration: 52 units (13 courses)*

Today’s challenging business environment demands competent individuals with a sound foundation in business principles and current technologies, allowing them to work effectively in teams, and to operate ethically and responsibly within the dynamic global business environment.

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Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management: 40 units (10 courses)*

This major is designed to improve management, and organizational and interpersonal skills, with a focus on immediate application in the work setting.

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Bachelor of Science in Public Administration: 40 units (10 courses)*

This degree assists current and aspiring managers and administrators in gaining the skill, insight, and a wide range of technical and relational abilities in addressing current public issues.

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Bachelor of Science in Health Administration: 40 units (10 classes)**

The program provides healthcare professionals with the non-clinical skills necessary to manage a high-performance staff, as well as the financial challenges, technological advances, and other vital emerging trends within health service organizations.

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There are many ways your employees can earn and transfer their undergraduate degree credit:

  • Transfer credit from accredited community colleges/ universities
  • DANTES/CLEP standardized tests in many subject areas
  • Military service credit for basic training/courses taken during duty
  • Registered Nurses with valid California licensure awarded 70 units of transfer credit
  • Hospital transfer credit for hospital-based/health care related training
  • Company or government training may be awarded if courses are accredited by the American Council on Education

* Units required for the academic major. A bachelor’s degree requires the completion of a minimum of 128 units, including the academic major (four units per class), general education, and elective requirements. Residency requirement=40 units, the minimum number of undergraduate units a student must complete from La Verne to be awarded a degree.

** BS Health Administration offered at select locations.