Discover an online education that delivers outstanding flexibility while benefiting from world-class education from the Temple University’s Fox School of Business. Featuring the same award-winning faculty, educational prestige, and career development resources as our on-campus programs, the Fox Online BBA is designed to power your future—in a transfer-friendly format that fits your life. The Fox School of Business is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
The Fox Online BBA offers multiple start times throughout the year with courses running in multiple formats to fit your busy schedule: a traditional 15-week semester, dual accelerated seven-week sessions in the fall and spring, and dual accelerated six-week sessions in the summer. This allows you to complete your degree at the pace that works for you, either full-time or part-time.
With six majors and nine minors, you have the ability to customize your degree to your academic and professional goals. What’s more, the Fox School has a team of advisers to guide you towards your goals and our nationally-recognized curriculum empowers you to achieve them.
With a variety of immersion programs, 20 nationally recognized student organizations, and the Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD), Fox Online BBA students have plenty of opportunities to learn, lead, and gain professional polish.
Maximize your credits, not your tuition. At the Fox School, you get the reasonable cost of a public university at a top research institution. Many of Temple’s students receive financial aid. The Online BBA is priced at the in-state per credit hour rate regardless if you are a Pennsylvania resident or not.
Our Online BBA courses keep you plugged into the Fox community with weekly web-based live sessions that allow you to interact and engage with faculty and classmates in real-time from wherever you may be. These virtual classes offer you a commute-free educational experience, many with levels of flexibility to help you balance the needs of school, work, and life.
You’ll have access to one-on-one career coaching, resume critiques, and networking opportunities that will prepare you to take the next step on your career path.
As an online student, you have the option to complete a degree in accounting, business management, human resource management, legal studies in business, marketing, or supply chain management. You’ll have access to the same renowned faculty that teach in the classroom and the Center for Professional Development’s (CSPD) as a resource to prepare you for any business environment.
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Note: Rates listed are for the 2017-2018 academic year only and do not include additional university or program fees. Tuition rates for the upcoming academic year are approved and announced by the Temple University’s Bursar’s Office every July Review current rates at: bursar.temple.edu
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Designed to power your future in a format that fits your life, the Fox School Online Bachelor of Business Administration (Online BBA) is an accredited program where you interact in real-time with professors, peers, and industry leaders from across the globe. This is a flexible program designed for students entering college for the first time, those looking to transfer schools, adults, and veterans.
The Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) offers outstanding career and professional development opportunities for Fox School students. CSPD has a three-part model that focuses on impression management, personal development, and career and industry awareness. As a Fox student, you’ll develop superb communication skills, increase your potential, and gain knowledge of how to research and explore the field of your choice.
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Technology and Resources
How will you learn online? Take the virtual tour to get a sneak peek of what to expect when you become a Fox Online BBA student. Explore courses, learn how to turn in assignments, and discover ways to interact with your professors and peers.
Technology and connectivity surround students at the Fox School. This includes resources for students who don’t often come to campus. See the list of technology resources below, which help you reap the benefits of the school’s state-of-the-art technology, tools, and resources.
- Real-time virtual meetings with professors and peers
- Collaborative technology for presentations and team projects
- Accessibility from mobile devices and tablets
- Ability to record and replay classes or team presentations on-demand
- Secure technology that is easy to manage, implement, and support
- Access information and collaborate through mobile devices
- Connect with faculty and peers through WebEx conferencing technology
- Watch HD video presentations by the Fox School faculty
- Participate in the dynamic, collaborative, and innovative community of learners
Join us to learn more about the Fox School of Business at an upcoming information session, webinar, or other special event.
Frequently Asked Questions
The online BBA classes are structured around asynchronous videos, lectures and assignments, but also include regular live interactions through WebEx conferencing technology, held in the evenings (Monday – Thursday) between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. All classes are taught by the same elite faculty who teach on-campus, many of whom are well-respected thought leaders in their areas of specialization.
Fox offers classes in three different forms. Certain courses are 15 weeks long and others are offered as 7 week courses during the fall and spring semesters. In addition to the fall and spring semesters, we also offer two 6 week sessions each summer that run from mid- May through the end of June and July through mid- August.
The online BBA is priced at the in state per credit hour rate regardless of if you are a Pennsylvania resident or not. The flat tuition rate for 2017-18 is $595 per credit hour, plus standard university fees. This means the tuition rate is the same for both in-state and out-of-state students.
Temple and Fox’s financial aid is based on completion of the FAFSA application. Click here to learn how to apply for financial aid. Students are also automatically reviewed for scholarship by admissions. Generally students with a 3.3 or higher are eligible for consideration.
If were previously a Temple / Fox school of Business student, the process to be re enrolled is slightly different than applying. You should not fill out a traditional application but rather a re enrollment form, which can be found here: Re-enrollment / Reinstatement Application
The application deadlines are:
- Fall Semester: August 1st
- Spring Semester: December 1st
- Summer Semester: April 1st
Additional information can be on the Advising Webpage.
The contact number for applications is:
We strongly discourage students who currently hold undergraduate degrees from trying to get a second bachelor’s degree. Instead we suggest students consider one of our Specialized Masters Programs or MBA Programs. These programs have core classes for those that do not come from a business specific background and are usually more focused in areas of business that you may be interested in.
If you currently hold a business degree from an accredited four year institution, you will not be permitted to obtain a second degree at Fox. The course work would be too similar to justify another degree. If you would like to take classes at the undergraduate level, you may do so as a continuing studies student provided you meet the prerequisite course and registration requirements.
Contact Information for Graduate Programs:
Main Desk: 215.204.7678
Unfortunately we cannot do a formalized credit evaluation until you apply but in general Temple accepts academic college level courses with a C or better from schools with regional accreditations. The Fox School of Business is AACSB accredited and can accept the foundations or principles courses from schools without the same AACSB accreditation.
What you can do is send Claudia Bereshnyi (email@example.com) your unofficial transcripts and she can give you an unofficial evaluation prior to you applying for the program.
The Vice Provost has a list of Community College partners that we have active transfer agreements that specifically outline what classes and subject areas will transfer to Temple. If your community college is not listed, that does not mean we will not accept the credits, we would just encourage that you contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can help make course recommendations.
Once you have applied, you are able to check the status by setting up your TUPortal account. Once there you can see if your transcripts and supporting documents have been received as well if you have been accepted.
First and foremost, congratulations on your acceptance to Temple University and the Fox School of Business! To be able to register for classes, you must first complete a few steps. The Office of Student Orientation will help you navigate through the process.
Transcripts should be sent to the Office of Admissions:
Electronically (email@example.com) or via traditional mail:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Conwell Hall 103 (041-09)
1801 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
You will want to contact the Admission’s office directly about this but it generally takes 2 weeks for us to receive mailings. After a transcript is received it could take 5-7 business days to be updated to your file. If it has been longer than this, you may want to consider having it resent.
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