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Business Programs Online

The School of Business Administration at the University of Houston - Victoria offers quality online courses and degrees. We have accessible and affordable options for students who want to pursue a career in high-demand fields. See why you should consider taking online courses or your entire degree with us.

Fully Online Programs

We offer two graduate programs that can be completed 100% online:

The Global MBA is an online program that people with recent business degrees can complete in as little as 30 hours*.

The MSEDE is a Master’s program that combines Economic Development with Entrepreneurship. It can be completed in 36 hours.

Degrees with Online Options

These programs can be taken online, but include some required face-to-face interaction.

The Strategic MBA is a Program that can be completed by people with recent business degrees in as little as 30 hours*. All students taking the capstone course are required to participate in the MBA case competition which takes place in West Houston near the end of the semester.

Undergraduate programs

Business students have to cover three levels of courses to get one of our undergraduate degrees: University core, Business core and Concentration coursework. University core can be satisfied at our Victoria campus or at a community college/university and then transferred to UHV.

All the upper-division business core courses are offered online; however, students taking the capstone course are required to participate in the BBA case competition which takes place in West Houston near the end of the semester.

The following concentrations can also be completed online:

*Students without a business degree could require up to 54 hours in the Global MBA or up to 48 hours in the Strategic MBA

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