One of the great things about earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) in Spanish* is that a business administration degree opens the door to a vast array of career opportunities. At Nexus University, our online BSBA in Spanish prepares graduates with the necessary knowledge, skills, and values to become effective and ethical business leaders.

We do this by teaching business best practices, as well as relevant research and technological skills. Our BSBA turns theories into real-world applications in the areas of finance, marketing, information systems, research methodologies, economics, business law, management, and accounting.

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Relevant skills that can be immediately applied to your career.

Highly qualified faculty with relevant career experience.

Online theory classes that let you study at your own pace.

Education priced around the needs of our student population.

Flexibility that lets you maintain a work-life balance.

Small class size for personalized communications with faculty.

What Will You Learn How to Do?

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) prepares students for best business practices and relevant technological and research skills. Our program converts theories into practical, real-world applications in finance, marketing,
information, research methodologies, economics, law business, management, and accounting.


Why Choose Nexus University

for Your BSBA Degree?

  • We have deep experience with online higher education.
  • Higher education that is more accessible than ever.
  • We provide you with the tools to become a true professional leader.
  • You learn important communication, critical thinking and leadership skills.
  • All qualified applicants are accepted.
  • Transfer up to 90 general education credits.

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Business Administration program, the students will to:

1. Apply theoretical principles of business administration to promote organizational productivity in local, regional, and global business environments.

2. Apply critical thinking and problem-solving strategies to guide business decisions.

3. Communicate in a professional manner to promote teamwork and development of interpersonal relationships.

4. Apply foundational concepts of leadership skills to encourage innovation and organizational change within a global business environment.

5. Apply various management, marketing, economic, financial, accounting, legal, international business and information system concepts to the global business environment.





    A higher education degree can elevate your career prospects, but a Business Administration degree opens the door to all types of opportunities. Entry-level jobs include financial/budget analyst, human resources assistant, marketing coordinator and more, while advanced careers include management consulting, where you help businesses grow by identifying weaknesses and developing solutions.

    You could also be an effective project manager, where you plan and coordinate a project from idea to implementation. These are in-demand roles that exist across nearly every industry. Other sectors that need professionals with a business administration background include customer service, sales, operations, marketing, HR and more.



    • As of May 2019, the median annual wage for management analysts is $85,260.1
    • The highest 10 percent in the field earned more than $154,310.2
    • Demand for business and management analysts is expected to be particularly strong in the healthcare and health insurance industries.3



    Below is just a small sampling of exciting and lucrative careers that you can pursue with a Spanish-language BS in Business Administration from Nexus University:


    Sales Manager – 2019 Median Annual Salary $126,6404

    A sales manager is in charge of a company’s sales team, from hiring and managing reps to setting goals, developing training programs and helping staff meet those goals. You might also be asked to analyze data about customers and their buying habits in an effort to capture new leads.


    Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Managers – 2019 Mean Annual Salary $103,3205         

    A business administration degree can help you get into a range of management positions, including becoming the type of manager that directs transportation or storage activities. You could also be a logistics manager and oversee things like purchasing, warehousing and distribution.


    Marketing Manager – 2019 Mean Annual Salary $149,2006

    Marketing managers direct and coordinate a company’s marketing policies and programs, which might include identifying potential customers, working with creative teams on marketing campaigns, and monitoring competitor and industry trends in an effort to shape your company’s business strategy.


    Human Resources Manager – 2019 Median Annual Salary $116,7207

    Just about every medium and large-sized company needs human resources support, and a business administration degree can help you get into a management role. Human Resources Managers do things like run the company’s personnel policies, resolve workplace issues, ensure legal compliance and more.


    Finance Manager – 2019 Median Annual Salary $129,890 per year8 

    If you havea higher education degree in business and are good with numbers, you might consider a career as a finance manager. Finance managers coordinate and direct the ancial activities of a company and its employees, including cost analyses and budget planning.

    Credit Requirements

    In order to be awarded a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a student must have a total of 120 credits. This is broken down into 60 lower division credit hours, which includes 42 general education credit hours, plus 60 upper division credit hours.

    The Admissions Process

    Applying to a degree program at the Nexus University School of Business is fast and easy. Applications are reviewed within 48 hours and all qualified applicants are accepted. Upon reviewing your application, your admission representative will contact you to follow up with the admission process.

    If you need more details, please visit our Admission page. If you’re ready to take the first step, you can:

    Course Descriptions

    BIS 124 Computer and Internet Literacy
    This is an introductory course in basic computer and internet use. It covers computer hardware and software fundamentals (including the use of Windows), key productivity applications (including word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation systems), and living in an online world (including network fundamentals, e-mails, and the effective use of the Internet as a communication tool and information resource). Students will develop basic computer skills to aid them with college studies and workforce readiness. Hands-on use of a personal computer is required.
    BUS 214 Introduction to Business
    Introduction to business, including business functions and management. Consideration of the free enterprise system forms of business ownership and the role of business in society.
    MAT 111 College Algebra
    This course contains topics such as solving and graphing linear, absolute value and quadratic inequalities; properties of exponents and logarithms; solving radical, absolute value, exponential and logarithmic equations; properties and graphs of quadratic, absolute value, square root, cubic, and cube root functions; and systems of linear equations and inequalities. Applications appear throughout the course.
    ENG 112 English Composition I
    This course is designed to introduce students to the writing, reading, and thinking skills necessary for success at the college level.
    STA 121 Statistics
    A first course in statistical methods including such topics as collecting, grouping, and presenting data; measures of central tendency, position, and variation; theoretical distributions; probability; test of hypotheses; estimation of parameters; and regression and correlation. Use of statistical computer software will be required. Prerequisite: MAT 111
    ENG 122 English Composition II
    This course is a writing intensive course designed to improve critical thinking, reading, and writing skills. Students develop strategies for turning their experience, observations, and analyses into evidence suitable for writing in a variety of academic disciplines. Prerequisite: ENG 112
    ACC 223 Accounting I
    This course explores the role of accounting in providing financial information about an enterprise to decision-making. Emphasis is placed on understanding financial accounting from a user perspective. Course covers the reporting of financial position including coverage of assets, liabilities, equity accounts, the results of operations and cash flows. Prerequisite: MAT 111
    ART 113 Art Appreciation
    Art Appreciation is a course for non-art majors that introduces a chronological history of art including style, form, media, and meaning. This is a writing credit course with international/ intercultural content.
    STA 231 Business Statistics
    This course introduces the techniques used for the visualization of numerical data and descriptive statistics in business. After completion of this course, students will be able to explain how to obtain a suitable sample of business data and evaluate its validity and reliability for statistical inferences, produce tables and charts to organize and display qualitative and quantitative business data, interpret numerical business data using measures of central tendency and dispersion, apply fundamental concepts probability theory for inferential decision making for business, and perform a linear regression for trend analysis. Prerequisites: MAT 111, STA 121
    ACC 332 Accounting II
    This course is an introduction to managerial accounting. Topics include various products costing techniques, analysis of cost behavior patterns, budgeting, and the use of accounting information to solve problems. The course is taught from a managerial perspective. Prerequisite: ACC 223
    BIS 133 Introduction to Information System
    This course introduces students to the general purpose of information systems in organizations and their use of personal productivity software. Students will demonstrate tasks in common application software to include word processing, web browsing, spreadsheet modeling, database management, and presentation graphics.
    PSY 134 Psychology
    This course employs a scientific approach to the basic principles of human behavior, focusing on learning, motivation, perception, feeling emotion, intelligence, personality formation, and social interaction.
    BUS 341 Business Law
    Introduction to law and legal procedure. Topics include contracts (nature and, requisites, formation, operations, interpretation, discharge, and remedies) and sales (Uniform Commercial Code, transfer of title, warranties, rights, and remedies of buyer and seller).
    HRM 342 Human Resource Management
    The study of theory and practice of human resource management and its relation to other management functions in business. Attention is focused on the needs of the need of the line managers as well as those in staff positions. Prerequisite: BUS 341
    FIN 243 Finance
    Serves as a foundation course in business finance. Provides a conceptual framework for the financial decision-making process and introduces tools and techniques of finance including financial mathematics, capital budgeting, sources of funds and financial analysis. Topics include acquisition and use of short-term and long-term capital; financial markets, institutions and instruments; financial control; time value of money; cash, operation and long-range budgeting; and cost of capital. Prerequisite: ACC 223
    BIO 144 Biology
    A study of the biological principles that apply to all living systems. The course is a survey of living organisms with an emphasis on the human species and its environment.
    MGT 351 Project Management
    This course examines methodologies for evaluating large-scale, long-term projects involving numerous economic, financial, social, and environmental factors. Topics covered include basic net present value analysis, life cycle costing, cost-benefit analysis, and other approaches to project evaluation. Prerequisites: ACC 223, ACC 332, FIN 243
    ECO 352 Microeconomics
    Foundation course devoted to the development and application of basic analytical tools and principles required for an understanding of major economic problems and policy alternatives leading toward solutions. Emphasis is placed on microeconomics analysis. Students will study markets under varying degrees of competition, which include market deficiencies, pollution, distribution of income, and international economics relations. Prerequisite: MAT 111
    SPC 153 Speech
    This course is designed to provide students with fundamental training and practical experience for speaking in public, business, and professional situations. Topics include: audience analysis, speech anxiety, critical listening, and preparation and delivery of speeches in various cultural contexts. Students will also learn to effectively incorporate audio and visual aids/ technologies for effective speeches.
    DAT 343 Introduction to Business Analytics
    This course will introduce students to data discovery, data analytics, and data visualization with contemporary business tools. Students will learn to differentiate data analytics from statistical analysis and use the power of informatics in shaping decision-making in the modern business context. The course will address analytics as a tool for business processimprovement and present data acquisition and formatting, metric creation, data discovery, and data visualization with real-world examples and exercises for students to work through in class. Prerequisite: STA 121
    MGT 361 International Business
    Introduction to theories relevant to conducting business internationally. The course includes an overview of current business patterns and their historical origins; analysis of different social systems as they affect the conduct of business from one country to another; basic assessment of international activities that fall within functional disciplines; and the analysis of alternative ways in which international business may evolve in the future.
    ECO 362 Macroeconomics
    This course emphasis is placed on macroeconomic analysis. Areas covered include national income and employment analysis, money and banking, economic growth, and comparison different economic systems, both within developing and developed world economies. Prerequisite: ECO 352
    HLP 163 Total Wellness
    This course emphasizes the importance of knowledge, attitudes, and practices relating to personal wellness. It is a course designed to expose students to a broad range of issues and information relating to the various aspects of personal wellness including physical, social and environmental wellness. This course integrates personal wellness and fitness in a classroom environment. Evolving current topics such as nutrition, disease prevention, stress reduction, exercise prescription, and environmental responsibility are integrated to enable the student to understand the lifelong effects of healthy lifestyle choices.
    SCI 164 Earth Science*
    An integration of the three classic disciplines of the earth sciences, geology, meteorology, and oceanography. Course will focus on the basic principles governing these disciplines, and the effect of each on man. Corequisite: SCIL 164
    MKT 404 Marketing
    Understanding and satisfying consumer needs through product planning, pricing, promotion, and distribution. Students identify and analyze marketing problems. Discovery and application of marketing skills are developed by marketing planning assignments, computer simulation, and case analysis.
    MGT 372 Operations Management
    The study of the problems and methods in planning the efficient utilization of capital, labor, equipment, and materials. Sales forecasting, production planning, production control, scheduling, routing, dispatching, expediting, materials planning, inventory control, capital budgets, and costing are discussed. The application of quantitative techniques in problem solving and decision-making and used to solve case studies.
    PHI 173 Introduction to Logic
    The principles and evaluation of critical thinking including identification and analysis of fallacious, as well as valid reasoning. Traditional and symbolic logic will be considered, and foundations will be laid for further study in each area. This is a writing credit course.
    ETH 274 Business Ethics
    The course of business ethics presents several concepts and studies that allow the student to discern which practices are best for the performance of an entire group and organization in a business setting.
    MGT 381 Innovation Management
    The emphasis of this course is to give the student a modern perspective to new styles of management. This course tries to nurture a systematic practice in an organization to find and, 85 | Nexus University Catalog 2021-2022 Volume 4 apply creativity; knowledge, and technology when it comes to managing an organization’s resources.
    MGT 282 Organizational Behavior for Managers
    This course prepares students to understand the influence that behavior has on leading and managing organizations. After completion of this course, students will be able to describe the role of a manager within an organization, summarize key concepts and terminology related to organizational behavior, explain the influence of leadership styles on individual performance, examine the roles and interaction of group and team members, describe the relationship between job fit, job satisfaction, and job performance, and the relationship between the human resource function and organizational development.
    SOC 183 Sociology
    This course is designed to introduce students to the basic terminology, theories, research and topics studied by sociologists. More specifically, students will be introduced to the relationship between the individual and society; how social structures, such as organizations, family, the mass media, etc., shape views, perceptions, and behaviors; and to society’s issues and problems. This is a writing credit course with International/Intercultural content. Students must earn a minimum grade of C to meet the requirements of the Gordon Rule for writing.
    MGT 491 Small Business Management
    Provides the basic principles of operating and managing a small business. Topics include buying, merchandising, pricing, promotions, inventory management, customer service, location decisions, and planning. Reviews strategic planning considerations relative to operating a small business. Prerequisite: BUS 214
    MKT 491 Social Media Marketing
    Examines how social media marketing is used to build relationships with customers, enhance company branding, and increase sales. Topics include social networks, blogs, blogs, microblogging, and other social media technologies. Prerequisite: MKT 404
    MKT 492 Consumer Behavior
    The course introduces behavioral concepts and explores the strategic implications of customer behavior for marketers. The course challenges students to explore the realities and implications of buyer behavior in traditional and e-commerce markets. The course provides information on understanding of how buyer behavior can help to improve strategic decision making and development of creative marketing strategy. Prerequisite: MKT 404
    COM 493 Business Communication
    Introduces students to the expectations of writing in the workplace and explores the ways in which technology and media help shape professional communication. Students will hone their writing skills and study audience analysis, persuasion strategies, ethics, and working collaboratively. While students will practice communicating using traditional business genres such as memos, employment correspondence, reports, and proposals, they will also develop skills in document design, effective use of graphics, and oral presentation. Assignments topics are based on the students’ major, career goals, and interests.
    PHI 494 Critical Thinking and Decision Making in Business
    This course addresses foundational skills in the analysis, synthesis, prescription, and application of critical thinking and decision making in business environments. Emphasis is placed on thinking critically, creatively, and ethically, and decision-making outcomes.
    HRM 493 Labor Relations
    This course is a survey of the historical, legal, social, and economic framework of labor relations. The theories and practices of collective bargaining will be studied so that the students will develop a better understanding of contemporary issues in labor relation’s management. Prerequisites: BUS 341, HRM 342
    MGT 495 Sales Management
    This course is an introduction that presents the student with the basic concepts and knowledge that shape the practice of managing sales efforts. The student will be able to explore how sales shape the organization of a business and its established goals.
    HRM 491 Recruiting and Staffing
    This course will provide an overview of the Human Resource Manager’s role in initial staffing for organizations. Topics discussed include the legal implications of equal opportunity standards, determining recruiting needs, identifying selection criteria, internal and external sourcing, evaluating recruiting effectiveness, application review, interviewing and selection procedures. Prerequisites: BUS 341, HRM 342
    BUS 499 Capstone Course
    This course is designed to integrate the knowledge and skills learned in the program. Students will demonstrate their understanding of the core program learning outcomes through the completion of a Capstone Project. Students must be in their last semester when enrolling.

    1Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Management Analysts, at (visited December 02, 2020).

    2Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Management Analysts,
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    3Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Management Analysts,
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    4Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Sales Managers, on the Internet at (visited August 09, 2020).



    7Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Human Resources Managers, on the Internet at (visited August 24, 2020).

    8Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Financial Managers, on the Internet at (visited August 08, 2020)

    * Note: The Spanish version of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is only available online.  Therefore, I-20 students are not eligible. Moreover, the English version is only offered on-ground and not online. Completing a course or program in a language other than English may reduce employability where English is required.