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A.A. in Business Administration Program Overview

Ashland University will work with you to fit your schedule; we offer flexible course options so you can successfully complete your associate degree.

In this online program you’ll get a general education and learn the business fundamentals you need for a position in government or another industry. You’ll even gain hands-on experience in applying business principles and problem-solving strategies to real-life scenarios. What’s more, once you have completed the coursework, you’ll have fulfilled more than half the requirements necessary to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Business!

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Delivery Format
Credit Hours
Time to Complete
2 years

How Do I Know if This Program Is Right for Me?

This program is ideal for anyone interested in business who:

  • Has a full-time job or other commitments that prevent you from pursuing a degree full time.
  • Has financial commitments you have to meet before paying for your education.
  • Is seeking better career options.
  • Is interested in advancing their existing career.
  • Is planning to build their own business.
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Sample Curriculum

For additional information about the Business Administration curriculum, view the Two-Year Curriculum Guide and Academic Catalog.

Credit for Prior Learning

Have you already earned credentials in your field of study? Credit for prior learning allows students to earn credit for previously earned, industry-recognized credentials, providing students with up to 32 credits toward their undergraduate business degree.

Can You Give Me a Glimpse of My Future?

An Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree in Business opens up a host of career, educational and personal opportunities, including further education, career advancement, better career options, and higher wages.​

Contact Information

Robert Stoll
Robert Stoll, Ph.D.
Chair, Management, International Business, Supply Chain Management, Entrepreneurship Departments, Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
206 Dauch College of Business and Economics