Daemen University BS in Business Administration - Total Testing

Pathway to a BA in Business Administration

Foundations of your Business Career

The business world is constantly changing and success requires essential business skills. A Bachelors in Business Administration provides practical business knowledge and the critical skills needed for the workforce. The Total Testing Education pathway to a Bachelors in Business Administration from Daemen University, allows students to explore key topics such as accounting, finance, marketing, management, business structures, business writing, and communications as well as human resources and leadership development.

Students pursuing this degree are required to complete a credit-earning internship once enrolled at Daemen University. With Daemen University’s range of flexibility, students may even complete this internship in their current workplace.

Future Opportunities

Your Business Administration degree can pave the way to working in:

  • Non-profit organizations
  • Real estate
  • Commercial businesses
  • Banking
  • Manufacturing
  • Insurance
  • E-commerce
  • Healthcare industries

Degree Breakdown

120 credits are required to earn a Business Administration degree from Daemen University.

Total Testing Education Courses

Total Testing Education students will take 30 approved courses using the Total Testing Education platform.
These include:

Business and Finance12 courses
English, Math and Science5 courses
Psychology and Sociology3 courses
Economics2 courses
Accounting2 courses
Communication and Technology2 courses
Fitness and Nutrition2 courses
Political Science1 course

Daemen University Credits

Upon completion of Total Testing Education courses, enroll at Daemen University and complete 30 credits with Daemen University online.

Business and Communications12 credits
Foreign Language6 credits
English and Literature6 credits
Finance3 credits
Philosophy3 credits
Technology3 credits
Internship3 credits

Degree pathway courses offered by Total Testing Education are recommended for credit by the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS), a program of the Board of Regents of the university of the State of New York, and are administered by our testing partners Consortium for International Studies (CIS) and Coopersmith Consulting Company (CCC). Courses meeting degree requirements are approved for credit transfer by our partner colleges.