A Top Business Administration Degree in Ohio Helps You Earn More

Our Business Administration degree opens doors to lucrative careers in Ohio and beyond. Available in-person or online, this major can help you increase your earning potential.

Business Administration is offered in-person and online.

Unlock a lucrative future with a Business Administration major at Malone University

Kickstart your career with a business administration degree that empowers you with the skills to lead, manage, and innovate. Whether you’re a high school senior with ambitious dreams or the parent of a high schooler (who’s eager to see your child thriving in a meaningful career!), our business administration major checks all the boxes.

What sets Malone’s Business Administration major apart?

Malone’s business administration program offers more than just a degree. Here are several reasons to be excited about joining us:

1) Build versatile and in-demand skills

Our business administration major is perfect for students who want flexibility in their career path. You’ll gain a wide variety of skills that give you the versatility you need to become a standout in any business field.

2) Lucrative career options

Your career possibilities are nearly endless after graduating with Malone’s business administration major. You’ll be prepared to jump into fields like marketing, finance, management, and more. All of these fields can be high-earning, and you’ll be set up for a meaningful income as soon as you graduate (maybe even before you graduate!).

If you’re inclined to run your own business, you’ll be equipped with a wealth of beneficial knowledge to stand out, enjoy all the rewards of ownership, and make a positive impact on the world.

3) Exceptional internship opportunities

Internships are essential in the business administration major, as they’re fundamental to building your resume and real-world know-how. Malone’s reputation and strong ties with local and regional businesses mean you’ll have ample opportunities to apply your learning so you’re more marketable on the open job market.

When you’re being interviewed, you’ll be able to pull from these experiences to showcase your talents to future employers.

4) A quality education with Christian values

Malone is known for nurturing not just sharp business minds, but also ethical and purposeful leaders. You’ll find strong Christian values underpinning everything we do, ensuring you graduate with a stronger faith, integrity, and empathy; qualities every employer seeks and appreciates.

5) Business Administration majors are ideal for student-athletes

If you’re a student-athlete, you’ll love the flexibility our program offers. In fact, many of our business students are athletes! Every athlete appreciates the built-in balance we provide for academic and athletic commitments within this major. Essentially, we’re excited to help you celebrate and thrive both in the classroom and on the field.

Online business administration degree program is also available

If you’d prefer a digital option on your own time, we’ve got great news! Our online business administration degree program is built to be flexible for demanding schedules. You get the perks of earning your education your way and can stop in to talk to your professors at any time.

Add on a minor or double major to build on your specific interests

Many students striving for a B.A. degree in Business Administration choose to add a relevant minor or secondary major because several classes naturally overlap.

Popular minors and secondary majors within a business administration major include:

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Data Analytics

No matter your business aspirations, you’ll appreciate the well-rounded education you’ll receive at Malone!

Or - see how you could add a Business Administration minor to widen your opportunities in another field.

Students who are majoring in another program may choose to take a Business Administration minor in addition to their primary course of study. A minor normally consists of a minimum of 15 semester hours, 6 of which must be taken at the 300/400 level. Each academic department must approve the student and curriculum to be used in the completion of each minor for the Office of the Registrar to verify at the point of graduation.

In Ohio and beyond

Located in the heart of Ohio, Malone University is a hub for business students. Whether you’re exploring internships in Canton (or nearby cities), another spot in Ohio, or you’d prefer to explore a career in another state, Malone’s connections and resources have you covered.

Our career development team is always looking to assist you find a career, even if you’re looking to switch careers several years down the road.

Apply to Malone’s Business Administration major today

Ready to secure your future and serve Christ's Kingdom? Apply to Malone University’s business administration program today, and let’s set you on the path to success!

Program Distinctives

  • Prepare for a wide range of career opportunities in the business world by easily completing the business administration major with a second major or minor in finance, accounting, marketing, or data analytics.
  • Gain a fuller sense of ethical business with a degree that emphasizes Christian ethics.
  • Experience your learning with an internship with one of our long-standing partners and practical experiences in our student organizations like Student Managed Investment Fund Club or Sport Management Association. 

View course curriculum

The business administration major curriculum is listed in the official Academic Catalog

catalog buttonsOnce in the catalog, you can use the buttons (pictured left) located at the upper right of the page to plan your courses, save courses to your own personalized catalog, print them, and more! 

Jalen Turner '22

Before ever graduating from high school, Jalen Turner '22 created a nonprofit organization because he wanted to make a difference in his community. Restoration Community Care Center was launched in 2014…

“I chose Malone because I knew being in a Christian environment I could grow and be challenged in my faith, which is something I have not had the opportunity to do in the past.”

Bryan Almestica '22
Business Administration and Sport Management