Cumberland University’s Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) will be the first undergraduate program to be offered fully-online beginning in the Fall of 2022.
Cumberland’s fully-online B.B.A. creates opportunities for freshmen, transfers and nontraditional students including adult learners and veterans. In a recently announced articulation agreement, Nashville State Community College’s associate degree graduates can transfer up to 70 credits to Cumberland University’s B.B.A. program.
With scholarships like the Cumberland Promise, associate degree holders are eligible to earn up to $16,000 in scholarship funds toward their bachelor’s degree. Additionally, the TN Reconnect Grant allows adult learners to earn a Cumberland associate degree tuition-free.
“At Cumberland, we recognize the importance of making degrees accessible and affordable,” said University President Dr. Paul C. Stumb. “Our decision to offer Cumberland’s B.B.A. program fully-online opens the door for many types of students, including working adults, to advance their knowledge and careers in a way that is conducive to their lifestyles.”
In April, Cumberland announced two new business programs also set to launch in August including a Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Project Management.
Students can begin online or on-campus in the Fall 2022 semester by applying to the B.B.A program at no cost using the application waiver code CUBUSINESS.