Business Administration, B.S.
120 Credits | Main Campus
Our business administration program equips students with a solid understanding of the various functional areas of business and the analytical and communication skills that are essential to develop and implement effective strategies in a competitive environment.
A wide range of skills are essential for success in our increasingly complex and global business environment. Trinity’s business administration program provides a solid understanding of the various functional areas of business and the analytical and communication skills that are essential to develop and implement effective strategies in a competitive environment. Trinity graduates contribute effectively to the achievement of target outcomes in business as well as in government organizations.
The business administration curriculum immerses students in an intellectually challenging field of study that develops the conceptual, analytical, functional, interpersonal, and communication skills that are essential for success in an increasingly complex and global business environment. Students develop the ability to assess and analyze complex situations, determine the relative importance of internal and external variables affecting organizational objectives, make effective and ethical decisions, and confidently implement ensuing strategies. A variety of teaching methods are employed – including case studies, lectures, class discussions, group projects, and experiential exercises – to assist students in developing a comprehensive, holistic understanding of the issues and challenges involved in organizations and their management.
What You’ll Learn
- Public Speaking
- Business Writing
- Computer Applications for Business
- Quantitative Methods of Business
- Financial and Managerial Accounting
- Business Financial Management
- Business Analyst
- Financial Analyst
- Management Trainee
- Market Analyst
- Human Resources and Labor Relations
School of Professional Studies Admissions Requirements
- Step One: Apply to Trinity
- Step Two: Submit One (1) Letter of Recommendation
- Step Three: Submit Official Final Transcript(s) or GED certificate – International Transcripts must be evaluated prior to submission
- Step Four: Submit an Essay: What unique qualities, experiences, or perspectives would you bring to the Trinity Washington University community?
- Step Five: Once your application is submitted, use your log-in credentials to check your status
- Students may apply for credit in experiential learning through program faculty.
- Transfer credits may be accepted toward a major if courses are equivalent to the program of interest.
- Highschool completion of 10 years or more with demonstrated work experience may submit diploma or GED certificate
- International Students must adhere to International Student Checklist: https://www2.trinitydc.edu/admissions/international-applicants/
- Military Students & Family members must complete Veterans Benefits Checklist: (https://discover.trinitydc.edu/enrollment/veteran-services/)
- Priority Admission Given to applicants with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale)