Get started with your Online BBA (OBBA) Degree
Step 1 Review the Admission to Online (OBBA) Major Requirements.
Step 2 Apply online to Florida Atlantic University
Submit an online Undergraduate Admissions Application
- The Undergraduate Admission Application is used to apply as an undergraduate transfer student seeking a bachelor degree (Students may not apply directly into a major but may apply as "Pre-business")
- Please be sure to answer the conduct questions; and complete the Florida Residency Statement. Completion and submission of the FAU Undergraduate Admission application is your electronic signature which is legally recognized by Florida statutes.
- Be sure to adhere to the University Application deadlines
- Have official transcripts from each college and university attended sent to:
Florida Atlantic University
Undergraduate Admissions SU-80
777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431
NOTE: All official transcripts must be submitted to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Step 3 Once accepted as an Online Pre-Business major, register for online orientation
During online orientation, you will learn about many university resources including timely graduation, FERPA, excess hours, financial aid, etc…
Step 4 Schedule your phone appointment with an Academic Advisor
When all application steps have been completed, an evaluation of your transcripts
is performed to determine your eligibility for the Online BBA Program. Click HERE to make an advising appointment. The appointment may be for an in-person meeting
or a phone-meeting.
Discuss with your advisor which of the Online BBA programs you are interested in so you can discuss specifics including course recommendations and next steps.
If at this time, you have met all the admissions requirements, you will complete a "change of major form" with your Advisor to declare an OBBA Major.
Students with 6 or fewer courses to complete the BBA degree are not eligible to become exclusively Online BBA Program students. They may however register for Online BBA courses, at the end of the online-major's registration priority period (usually two or three weeks prior to the start of the semester).