Evening BBA - Atlanta, Douglas County, Henry County
Mercer’s Bachelor of Business Administration provides students with a strong foundation of various key business principles to understanding what takes place inside organizations and how this relates to the external environment in which they operate. Classroom learning integrates real-world experience through a collaborative class environment and projects.
Students may customize their program to align with their personal and professional goals by developing a Personal Portfolio of Study (PPS). The BBA program also offers majors in Accounting and Human Resources Management on the Atlanta campus. PPS courses may be chosen from the following disciplines:
- Business Administration
THREE CONVENIENT METRO-ATLANTA LOCATIONS
Mercer’s 300-acre Atlanta campus is located off of I-85 and I-285, inside the perimeter. The campus is accessible by public transportation via MARTA.
The Douglas Regional Academic Center is located off I-20 in Lithia Springs, west of Atlanta.
Henry County Regional Academic Center is located right off I-75 in McDonough, south of Atlanta.
FLEXIBLE DELIVERY FORMAT
Mercer understands the needs of working adults by providing a top-ranked business program, combined with small class sizes, flexible schedules and the individual attention needed to succeed in an academic setting. Students are taught by world-class professors that combine instruction with relevant business experience. Many students in the program are currently employed and find that the convenient evening class format works well with their busy schedules.
The BBA program offers classes in a traditional classroom setting, delivered one night per week, during an eight-week session. Students can comfortably take two classes per week, while maintaining a work-life balance. The BBA program also offers courses online, providing additional options and convenience when scheduling classes.
At Mercer University, we want to ensure you receive all the credits you deserve, therefore we offer a comprehensive credit transfer policy. If you have an associate degree or other previous course credits from a regionally accredited college, you can transfer qualified credits towards the BBA program.
- Once-a-week evening classes in eight-week sessions
- Five admissions entry points
- Expanded online course offerings for scheduling flexibility
- Assistance in securing internships and job placement
- Three convenient locations in metro-Atlanta
- Individual attention and small class sizes