The College of Business (COB) at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is responding to a need expressed by adult learners who wish to complete a four-year business degree but have found balancing existing obligations with school to be an insurmountable challenge. The Online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Completion was developed by Island University faculty to allow those who have completed first and second year lower division courses through a community college to complete the final two years of a business degree online.
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