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Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business

On-Campus Degree Overview

Online Degree Available

Today’s marketplace needs leaders and innovators who approach business decisions from a principled foundation. Regent University’s bachelor’s degree in business develops individuals who know how to blend modern business theory and real-world experience with Christian values. Be prepared for careers in management, banking, marketing, human resources and more. You will also learn to develop business plans and marketing strategies, and advance your entrepreneurial skills. You may pursue your bachelor of science in business in Virginia on our beautiful campus, or enjoy the convenience of online coursework.

Career Opportunities

  • Marketing, sales or account manager
  • Communications professional
  • Purchasing, manufacturing or materials associate
  • Human resources specialist
  • Training and development consultant
  • Accountant or financial analyst
  • Non-profit manager
  • Business owner

Program at a Glance

Concentrations Accounting | Economics | General Management | Human Resource Management | Marketing
Curriculum: View course requirements.
Length: 120 credit hours (includes 49 general education, 33 business core, 12 concentration, 6 business electives and 20 additional electives)
Format: This degree is offered entirely online or on campus.
Results: Bachelor of Science in Business
Important Links: Apply Now | Tuition & Financial Aid | Department & Faculty
Contact: Dr. Joseph Bucci, Assistant Professor, Department Chair, Business, Leadership and Management: phone: 757-352-4553; email:

Program Outcomes

  • Develop skills in accounting, economics, marketing, human resources and management.
  • Make valid data-driven recommendations.
  • Demonstrate core business knowledge and skills within simulated and actual work experiences.
  • Articulate and integrate Christian values, ethical principles, and a contemporary global perspective into managerial decision-making.
  • Explore small business and entrepreneurial opportunities as well as corporate careers, government assignments and nonprofit positions.
  • Collaborate with other future business leaders through Enactus, a student organization formerly known as SIFE.

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