Bachelor of Business Administration at MSC receives recognition! at SUNY








Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) receives recognition from Accreditation Council 

for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)!

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) at Morrisville State College (MSC) has received recognition from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)! This makes studying at ONCAMPUS SUNY for a BBA a fantastic option for Business-focused students.

The biggest advantage you can have is a quality education – the kind of education that meets the highest standards and focuses on student learning outcomes, the kind of education that is relevant to the marketplace you will be entering, the kind of education that prepares you to solve today’s multi-disciplinary problems. Choosing to attend an ACBSP-accredited college or university ensures you’re getting the kind of education that prepares you to be an effective leader, the kind of education employer’s want.

What does this mean for BBA students?

Hao-Hsuan Ueng, a current ONCAMPUS SUNY student had this to say about the new accreditation of BBA:

“It is nice to know that the business program is accredited because it shows that Morrisville State College has strong and reputable courses.”

And this is on top of the other fantastic reasons

for studying at ONCAMPUS SUNY

  • BBAs give students much more time (90 credit hours) on Business-focused learning. MSC’s BBA has 30 credit hours of General Education the rest is focused on Business. BA’s (Bachelor of Arts) have 90 credits of General Education and BS’s (Bachelor of Science) have 60 credit hours in General Education.
  • MSC teaches a balance between theory and application – students learn the skills they need to be successful business practitioners and not just theory
  • There are 3 avenues to a complete Master’s degree via agreements with SUNY Oswego, Clarkson University and SUNY Polytechnic
  • All Bachelor’s degrees have internships
  • Students work with outside customers to build their experience of real work projects

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