Beginning this month, applications are being accepted into Tyndale's Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program. This will replace the Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Business Administration. Students currently enrolled in the BA in Business Administration will have the option to keep their current designation or to switch.
“The BBA program provides new opportunities for students to engage more fully with the community through specific work and service applications,” says Dr. Barry Smith, SVP Academic and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Tyndale. “We’re thrilled to offer a program that will equip students with the latest trends and developments in the industry and will set them on a path to success.”
A BBA degree from Tyndale will give students a competitive edge in the marketplace. Not only will they attain a degree that teaches lifelong skills, such as effective communication, marketing, budgeting and entrepreneurship, but they will also learn to do it all while staying true to their values and beliefs.
“Tyndale’s distinct Christian values prevail throughout the BBA program and clearly distinguish our program from other universities,” says Dr. Smith. “Throughout history, Tyndale’s commitment to culture, church and community make for a compelling reason to seriously consider this new, relevant degree offering.”
Students can take that first step toward landing their dream job as an entrepreneur, community service manager, financial analyst, or non-profit leader by enrolling in Tyndale’s BBA program. Tyndale faculty will provide students with excellent teaching, mentorship and networking opportunities throughout the journey.