Bachelor of Science in Business

With an emphasis in the quantitative skills needed in the business environment, the bachelor of science in business provides a solid foundation in the disciplines of accounting, finance, operations, management, and business analysis.


The bachelor of science in business degree is designed to prepare students for success at any level, whether they choose to go directly into the working world or pursue a master's degree.

Specialized concentration programs help hone students' skills in specific aspects of business, including accounting, finance, human resource management, information technology, international business, marketing, operations and supply chain management, and public adminisitration. With this education, our graduates are prepared for whatever path they choose to pursue after graduation.

Because many of our courses are taught by local professionals who are actively working in the field, our students also obtain a vast array of business contacts that can help them get a job and get ahead once they graduate. These connections, paired with GGU's focus on equipping students with practical skills, not just theoretical knowledge, means that our graduates are workplace-ready. That's why so many employers come to us with job openings: they know that Golden Gate University alumni are ready to come in and make a difference.

Another benefit of our BSB degree is that we offer guidance for students who wish to start their own companies. Many of our adjunct faculty are entrepreneurs who can guide students through their unique experiences of starting their own businesses. While there is no formula for success in entrepreneurship, a little guidance along the way can make all the difference, and thanks to the small teacher-to-student ratio at GGU, many of our students form bonds with professors that last far beyond their time with us.


Students who complete the BS in Business, including the General Education program, will be able to:
  • Analyze data and argument, as informed by interdisciplinary approaches to business management and organizational leadership.
  • Demonstrate advanced communication skills.
  • Recognize the need for information in professional and business contexts and to responsibly access, evaluate and apply information using a wide variety of research tools.
  • Develop strategies for organizational challenges using management theory, principles, ethical reasoning and innovative approaches.



Undergraduate Courses: $1,890 per 3-unit course.

Tuition varies for other courses. See Tuition & Fees for details.


This program is offered at the following locations: