Studying for Your Business Marketing Degree at Regis

Regis University’s Bachelor of Science in Business degree with a specialization in Marketing provides a solid foundation in business fundamentals and examines major dimensions of the marketing environment including economic, social, cultural, political and regulatory factors.
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B.S. in Business: Marketing specialization

Business Marketing Degree Overview

The B.S. in Business degree with a specialization in Marketing is designed to instruct students on current trends, theories, skills and ethical business practices necessary in today's competitive global business market. The business marketing program teaches students how to coordinate market research, marketing strategy, sales, advertising, promotion, pricing, product development, brand management and public relations activities for their companies. The degree curriculum incorporates the most current trends, techniques and practices of contemporary marketing including strategic management, consumer behavior, advertising and promotion and digital marketing fundamentals. Both on-campus and online business and marketing classes are offered.

Our marketing faculty are professional practitioners who present the ethical practice of marketing in corporate, small business and nonprofit organizations, while blending marketing theory with their own work experiences to create a real world education. 

As a graduate of Regis University's College for Professional Studies marketing degree program, you will have the skills and knowledge to determine customer needs, translate those needs into products and services and sell those products in a highly competitive global marketplace.

Potential Careers for Graduates with a Business Marketing Degree:

  • Advertising Manager
  • Brand Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Product Manager
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Sales Manager

A Faster Path to Success Through Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degrees

Students have the opportunity to work on a B.S. in Business degree with a specialization in Marketing in tandem with one of the School of Management's graduate degree programs. Learn how you can complete both college degree programs at a faster pace and a more affordable cost.

Total Business Marketing Degree Requirements: 128 Credit Hours

  • Foundational courses: 30 credit hours
  • Upper division requirements: 33 credit hours (minimum of 9 upper division credit hours in an area of specialization are required)
  • Minor (optional): 0 or 12 credit hours
  • General electives: 20 credit hours (if minor is not selected); 8 credit hours (if minor is selected)

Printable Fact Sheet: To download a printable fact sheet with details about required classes, admissions requirements, and start dates, please visit our fact sheet library. Please note: The best source for the most current information is an enrollment counselor.

Program Requirements

Listed below are the required courses for completion of this business degree at Regis University. Please note that recent course requirement updates may not be reflected in the list below and you should contact an enrollment counselor at 800.944.7667 for recent changes and updates.

This degree program requires 128.00 credit hours for completion. Please contact your advisor or the Office of Enrollment Services at 303.458.4126.

CPS: Undergraduate Core

Advncd Oral/Written

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(3SH)
COM 406, COM 437, COM 455, EN 325, EN/PL 482, EN 475

English Composition

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EN 203 (3SH)

Global Issues

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Global Issues (6SH)

HU 366 - Leading Lives That Matter

Provides an opportunity to explore the question, "How ought we to live?" in light of educational and professional goals within the context of the Jesuit tradition.

Literature/Hum

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Literature/Humanities (3SH)

Mathematics

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MT 201, MT 204, MT 270 (3SH)

Natural Science

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Natural Science (3SH)

Oral Communication

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COM 210 or COM 211 (3SH)

Philosophy

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All PL courses (6SH)

Religious Studies

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all RC and RS courses (6SH)

Social Science

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Social Science (6SH)

Business Administration Major Foundational

AC 320A - Principles of Accounting I

Introduces basic accounting principles and procedures for sole proprietorship, partnerships and corporations.

AC 320B - Principles of Accounting II

A continuation of AC 320A.

Pre-requisite: AC*320A

BA 300 - Business Systms in a Sustainable Society

Applies individual skills in a systems approach to business, probes individual and organizational functional dependencies, and responsibility to internal and external stakeholders in the context of social responsibility, sustainable growth, and the Jesuit world view questioning 'How ought we to live?'

BA 366 - Management Essentials

Examines managerial principles, theory, practices, and problems applicable to a variety of modern organizationals through a study of the fundamental functions of management. Specific trends, techniques, principles, and skills for life-long learning, critical thinking, ethics and awareness of organizational and social issues are explored.

BA 381 - Legal Environment of Business

Explores contemporary legal environments of business focusing on forms of business, regulatory agencies and issues, antitrust law, sales, negotiable instruments, agency, environmental law, and selected employment law and international business topics. Includes fundamentals of tort law, with specific emphasis on negligence and product liability.

BA/EC 335

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(3SH)
Global Business Issues

EC 320 - Principles of Macroeconomics

Introduces macroeconomics, emphasizing the forces that determine the level of national product and national income, and the fiscal and monetary policies that are designed to influence their level. Explores the areas of public finance, money and the banking system, economic growth and international trade.

Cross listing(s): EC 320C.

EC 330 - Principles of Microeconomics

Analyzes economic models of consumer and producer decision-making, demand, supply, equilibrium in markets. Examines the causes of different market structures and their influence on market conduct and performance. Explores microeconomic issues related to market outcomes, such as market power, market failure, efficiency, equity, and international economic interdependence.

MKT 325 - Marketing Principles

Focuses on ethically applying Marketing Mix tactics for a well-defined target market, using sound situational analysis and clear definition of objectives, goals and strategies for goods and services in domestic and global markets.

MT 270 - Introduction to Statistics

Presents standard topics in introductory statistics for students whose major is not mathematics. Topics include descriptive statistic, probability distributions, estimations, hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation and other topics.

Cross listing(s): BA CITI MT 270C.

CPS:Business Upper Division Major

BA 454 - Organizational Behavior

Emphasizes organizational environment and behavior concepts. Focuses on human resources and system ideas, motivating employees, job satisfaction, leadership, managing change, communication and group processes, employee counseling, and interpersonal and group dynamics.

BA 458 - Project Management

Identifies tools and processes of project management with emphasis on organizational structures and resources for successful management. Includes tools and techniques for project planning, staffing, and budgeting.

BA 465 - Strategic Management

Explores the understanding of strategy formulation and implementation within the competitive environment. Emphasizes the integration of knowledge acquired in previous functional area courses.

Pre-requisite: TAKE MKT*325 BA*366 FIN*400;

BA 479/ CIS 480

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(3SH)
Managing Technology for Business Strategies

BA 493A - Business Research

Applies business theory and research methodology to develop the proposal for Senior Capstone--BA 493B. Focuses on problem definition, research design, data acquisition, and analysis.

Pre-requisite: TAKE BA*300 AND MT*270;

BA 493B - Senior Capstone

Provides culminating experience of the major, focusing on integrating theory with application and implementation of research to a complex business problem, need, or opportunity.

Pre-requisite: BA*493A

BA 495E - Ethical Decision Making in Business

Focuses on ethical problems in the business environment including whistle-blowing, employee rights, privacy, hiring, compensation, as well as corporate social responsibility and governance. Covers the fundamental philosophical theories that can be used to address these dilemmas. Individually, students investigate specific dilemmas inherent in their chosen profession and analyze how those problems could be resolved by value-driven ethical standards.

Cross listing(s): AC 495E EC 495E.

FIN 400 - Business Finance

Introduces major topics in managerial finance essential for understanding how financial managers acquire and manage a firm's assets and how they finance these assets through debt and equity sources.

Pre-requisite: AC*320B AC*325

Specialization

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A minimum of 9 credits are required in a Specialization
Finance
FIN 420, FIN 433, FIN 440, FIN 450

Human Resource Management
BA 426, BA 440, BA 452, BA 467

Management
BA 410/COM 410, BA 459, BA 480E-W

Marketing
MKT 401, MKT 402, MKT 403, MKT 425, MKT 429/COM 474, MKT 450

Public Administration
PA 400, PA 410, PA 430, PA 450E

Project Management
BA 457, BA 411, BA 459

Flexible
Select nine upper division credits of Business credits in
consulation with an advisor.

Course Descriptions

Listed below are the available courses offered at Regis University within this respective degree program. The courses below include the degree program requirements as well as courses. Please contact an enrollment counselor at 800.944.7667 for recent changes and updates.

AC 320A Principles of Accounting I (3.00)

Introduces basic accounting principles and procedures for sole proprietorship, partnerships and corporations.

AC 320B Principles of Accounting II (3.00)

A continuation of AC 320A.

Pre-requisite: AC*320A

BA 206 Business Software Applications (3.00)

Introduces software typically used in business or professional environments. Emphasizes the application of software tools to business needs.

Cross listing(s): CIS 206 CS 206.

BA 300 Business Systms in a Sustainable Society (3.00)

Applies individual skills in a systems approach to business, probes individual and organizational functional dependencies, and responsibility to internal and external stakeholders in the context of social responsibility, sustainable growth, and the Jesuit world view questioning 'How ought we to live?'

BA 335 Global Business Issues (3.00)

Assesses global impacts from historical, cultural, social, economic, government, and business perspectives. Analyzes how changes affect decision-making, ethical and justice concerns.

Cross listing(s): EC 335.

BA 366 Management Essentials (3.00)

Examines managerial principles, theory, practices, and problems applicable to a variety of modern organizationals through a study of the fundamental functions of management. Specific trends, techniques, principles, and skills for life-long learning, critical thinking, ethics and awareness of organizational and social issues are explored.

BA 381 Legal Environment of Business (3.00)

Explores contemporary legal environments of business focusing on forms of business, regulatory agencies and issues, antitrust law, sales, negotiable instruments, agency, environmental law, and selected employment law and international business topics. Includes fundamentals of tort law, with specific emphasis on negligence and product liability.

BA 407 Leadership Principles (3.00)

Examines evolution of leadership from a theoretical perspective with a focus on contemporary leadership. Topics include: management versus leadership, gender differences, power and social influence, ethics and values, culture and the key communication competencies of leadership. Requires students to evaluate and enhance personal leadership skills and develop a personal model of leadership.

Cross listing(s): COM 407.

BA 410 Strategic Leadership (3.00)

Explores strategic leadership through discussion of vision, mission and values. Examines how a clear, compelling vision can move individuals and organizations toward desired goals. Evaluates strategies that translate vision and mission into action.

Cross listing(s): COM 410.

BA 411 Conflict Management (3.00)

Prepares students to identify, avoid, or manage common types of conflicts within organizations. Presents communication styles and strategies for working through conflict.

Cross listing(s): COM 408.

BA 416 Public Relations (3.00)

Studies the history, purpose and processes of public relations. Examines public relations tools and practices, ranging from preparing and conducting a public relations program, setting up a news conference, establishing and running a speaker bureau, designing and producing a brochure and editing an employee newsletter.

Cross listing(s): COM 416.

BA 418 Organizational Communication (3.00)

Surveys contemporary organizational communication theories and practices. Investigates issues such as diversity, participation, technology, corporate ethics, the environment, and globalization. Focuses on analyzing and critiquing current organizational practices and assumptions, with an aim toward increasing social justice and ethics.

Cross listing(s): COM 418 PJ 423.

BA 421 Marketing/Management Policies (3.00)

Analyzes the use and impact of marketing procedures such as marketing research, non-price competition, price competition, advertising, selling policies and choice of a channel of distribution.

BA 425 Consumer Behavior (3.00)

Analyzes the factors that influence consumer behavior and use this knowledge to develop sound marketing strategies for goods and services.

BA 426 Managing Cultural Diversity (3.00)

Provides an in-depth exploration of diversity influences in organizations. Includes stereotypes and other blocks to equal treatment, and the impact of increasing diversity on organizational objectives and career expectations.

BA 437 Persuasion, Influence & Motivation (3.00)

Examines the general theories that explain persuasion and one's ability to influence others. Discusses communication skills, attitudes and competencies associated with persuasion, influence and motivation. Enables students to learn and practice powerful persuasion communication skills which will enhance both personal and professional success.

Cross listing(s): COM 437.

BA 440 Labor Relations and Economics (3.00)

Explores labor and management relations in the workplace: process of unionization, collective bargaining, contract administration and labor costing. Examines economics of labor markets: supply and demand, wage determination, impact of unemployment and public policy decisions.

Cross listing(s): EC 440.

BA 441 Team Leadership (3.00)

Examines leadership and its impact on team development, communication, quality of decision-making, and performance. Includes course activities and discussions that explore types of teams, leadership roles, member selection, team development and culture, trust and collaboration, barriers to performance, performance feedback, and leading global teams.

Cross listing(s): COM 441.

BA 452 Management of Human Resources (3.00)

Examines the nature and challenge of personnel management from mechanics to social responsibility, the organization of a work force and the development and management of human resources. Studies creating a favorable work environment, including management and labor relations, remuneration and security for employees.

BA 454 Organizational Behavior (3.00)

Emphasizes organizational environment and behavior concepts. Focuses on human resources and system ideas, motivating employees, job satisfaction, leadership, managing change, communication and group processes, employee counseling, and interpersonal and group dynamics.

BA 457 Process Mapping and Improvement (3.00)

Identifies methods and tools used in the identification, examination and improvement of process within an organization. Focuses on the involvement of various elements of an organization to identify customer requirements, evaluate current processes against those requirements, and lead the effort to make changes to processes.

Pre-requisite: TAKE BA*458(2403) OR CIS*448;

BA 458 Project Management (3.00)

Identifies tools and processes of project management with emphasis on organizational structures and resources for successful management. Includes tools and techniques for project planning, staffing, and budgeting.

BA 459 Business Systems: Analysis & Innovation (3.00)

Examines the systems and processes of business for effective, efficient, and sustainable business evolution. Knowledge of systems planning, analysis, and improvement processes supports innovation in changing business climates.

Pre-requisite: TAKE BA*458(2403);

BA 465 Strategic Management (3.00)

Explores the understanding of strategy formulation and implementation within the competitive environment. Emphasizes the integration of knowledge acquired in previous functional area courses.

Pre-requisite: TAKE MKT*325 BA*366 FIN*400;

BA 466 Negotiation (3.00)

Focuses on theory and application of distributive and integrative bargaining strategies. Emphasizes skills necessary to negotiate successfully in both private, interpersonal arena, and in organizational settings.

Cross listing(s): COM 466.

BA 467 Compensation Policy & Employment Law (3.00)

A comprehensive study of compensation systems. Topics include employment legislation affecting pay systems, job analysis/job design and evaluation, internal/external equity issues, pay grades, statutory and voluntary employee benefits and relevant motivation theories.

Pre-requisite: BA*452

BA 468 International Business (3.00)

Explores scopes and challenges of doing business, including marketing goods and services in foreign markets. Addresses cultural, legal, political, geographic, technological and economic (standard of living) influence management, organizational and marketing practice. Examines the establishment of markets, research, distribution channels export processes.

BA 471 Business Writing (3.00)

Introduces strategies and styles used in preparing effective business communication including memoranda, letters, reports, and proposals. Examines issues related to proper composition, style, grammar, tone, electronic information, and physical presentation.

Pre-requisite: EN*203

Cross listing(s): EN 475.

BA 473 Decision-Making and Problem Solving (3.00)

Examines involvement of stakeholders in decision processes, models for decision-making, decision trees, risk analysis, and issues associated with implementation of decisions.

Cross listing(s): COM 470.

BA 479 Managing Tech for Business Strategies (3.00)

Provides executive perspective on management information systems, systems analysis and database management. Develops an understanding of strategic issues underlying information systems, technical issues in developing systems, strategic issues related to critical business success factors. Includes information's role in competition, industry leadership, and business planning. Covers alternative development methods and addresses issues of databases, projected management, and functional management. NOTE: Not for CIS majors.

Cross listing(s): CS 480 MCMT 480 CIS 480 BA 479.

BA 480E-W Issues in Management (3.00)

Focuses on various aspects of management. Provides perspective on current issues and practices in both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Explores legal and ethical behavior, technology's impact on management and operations, changing cultures and organizational structure, demographic shifts, and international competitive forces.

BA 481A Business Law I (3.00)

Introduces the American legal system and provides essential background information on civil dispute resolution and the constitutional basis of law. Focus is on the fundamentals of contract law and the general provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code, Article 2.

BA 490E-W Independent Study/Business: (1.00 - 6.00)

Enables students to pursue special topics of interest not covered in regularly offered courses. Developed under the direction of a faculty member.

BA 493A Business Research (3.00)

Applies business theory and research methodology to develop the proposal for Senior Capstone--BA 493B. Focuses on problem definition, research design, data acquisition, and analysis.

Pre-requisite: TAKE BA*300 AND MT*270;

BA 493B Senior Capstone (3.00 - 6.00)

Provides culminating experience of the major, focusing on integrating theory with application and implementation of research to a complex business problem, need, or opportunity.

Pre-requisite: BA*493A

BA 495E Ethical Decision Making in Business (3.00)

Focuses on ethical problems in the business environment including whistle-blowing, employee rights, privacy, hiring, compensation, as well as corporate social responsibility and governance. Covers the fundamental philosophical theories that can be used to address these dilemmas. Individually, students investigate specific dilemmas inherent in their chosen profession and analyze how those problems could be resolved by value-driven ethical standards.

Cross listing(s): AC 495E EC 495E.

BA 495F Ethics in Government (3.00)

Focuses on ethical problems that arise and role of the individual decision-maker in the entry-level position as opposed to the managerial level. Studies the various philosophical and social/psychological decision making systems which can be used to resolve ethical problems. Includes case studies and role-playing in the government setting.

Cross listing(s): PA 495F.

BA 497E Internship in Human Resources (3.00)

Develops skills and experience in the field of human resources management by developing and/or implementing an HR program/product under the supervision of an HR professional. NOTE: Portfolio credit not available.

BA 497F Internship: Business Processes (3.00 - 6.00)

Develop and demonstrate sill and experience in business processes by implementing a business project under supervision of faculty.

BUS 472 Professional Communication (3.00)

Explores face-to-face and technological methods for successful interpersonal and organizational communication in business and professional environments. Areas of concentration include small group dynamics, conflict management, influence, and cultural dynamics in contexts such as presentations, business writing, meeting management, interviewing, and virtual teams.

Cross listing(s): COM 472.

BUS 493 Capstone: Applied Project (3.00)

Culminating experience for the major, requiring students to utilize integrated program concepts and theories to investigate and address a complex business problem, need or opportunity. Note: Majors only. Senior class standing required.

Pre-requisite: BA*493A

COM 417 Marketing Communication (3.00)

Covers integrated marketing communication (IMC) concepts and practices for internal and external audiences. Students develop a media plan (digital, direct and mass); address message developmemt, promotions and advertising and PR. Examines media (including global media) effects on persuasion and legal, regulatory and ethical issues.

Pre-requisite: TAKE MKT*325;

Cross listing(s): MKT 402.

EC 320 Principles of Macroeconomics (3.00)

Introduces macroeconomics, emphasizing the forces that determine the level of national product and national income, and the fiscal and monetary policies that are designed to influence their level. Explores the areas of public finance, money and the banking system, economic growth and international trade.

Cross listing(s): EC 320C.

EC 330 Principles of Microeconomics (3.00)

Analyzes economic models of consumer and producer decision-making, demand, supply, equilibrium in markets. Examines the causes of different market structures and their influence on market conduct and performance. Explores microeconomic issues related to market outcomes, such as market power, market failure, efficiency, equity, and international economic interdependence.

FIN 400 Business Finance (3.00)

Introduces major topics in managerial finance essential for understanding how financial managers acquire and manage a firm's assets and how they finance these assets through debt and equity sources.

Pre-requisite: AC*320B AC*325

FIN 420 Advanced Corporate Finance (3.00)

Comprehensive study of how corporations make investment decisions, raise capital to finance their investments and manage their financial affairs to create shareholder value. Topics include capital budgeting and the cost of capital, dividend policy, capital structure and financial distress. Emphasizes developing analytical tools and problem solving.

Pre-requisite: FIN*400

FIN 433 Money and Banking (3.00)

Studies the nature and functions of money and credit, including an understanding of the variety and growth of banking functions and the influence on banks of Federal Reserve operations. Examines the relationships among money, interest rates, business investment needs, government borrowing and the gross national product.

Pre-requisite: TAKE EC*320 AND EC*330

FIN 435 Fundamentals of Investments (3.00)

Studies the relationship between risk and return in the management of investment portfolios, including the analysis of stocks, bonds and other securities.

Pre-requisite: TAKE FIN*400;

FIN 440 Financial Analysis, Forecasting & Plan (3.00)

Examines the financial decision-making process with an emphasis on analysis, forecasting and budgeting techniques for both short-term and long-term resources.

Pre-requisite: FIN*420

FIN 450 Sources of Capital, Capital Markets (3.00)

Reviews cost of capital with an emphasis on risk analysis and management. Examines Sources of capital, including money markets and capital markets, lease financing, venture capital, and foreign markets.

Pre-requisite: FIN*420

MKT 325 Marketing Principles (3.00)

Focuses on ethically applying Marketing Mix tactics for a well-defined target market, using sound situational analysis and clear definition of objectives, goals and strategies for goods and services in domestic and global markets.

MKT 401 Influencing Customer Buying Behavior (3.00)

Explores how consumers and organizations make purchasing decisions. Covers ways to influence those decisions by identifying opportunities for positive interaction in the buying process through customer analysis and segmentation. Examines social responsibility topics associated with buying and selling.

Pre-requisite: TAKE MKT*325;

MKT 402 Marketing Communication (3.00)

Covers integrated marketing communication (IMC) concepts and practices for internal and external audiences. Students develop a media plan (digital, direct and mass); address message developmemt, promotions and advertising and PR. Examines media (including global media) effects on persuasion and legal, regulatory and ethical issues.

Pre-requisite: TAKE MKT*325;

Cross listing(s): COM 417.

MKT 403 Digital Marketing Media Tactics & Tools (3.00)

Covers the knowledge, skills and competency needed to make wise marketing decisions and execute best practices in the face of the ever-changing digital market and social media environments.

Pre-requisite: TAKE MKT*325;

MT 270 Introduction to Statistics (3.00)

Presents standard topics in introductory statistics for students whose major is not mathematics. Topics include descriptive statistic, probability distributions, estimations, hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation and other topics.

Cross listing(s): BA CITI MT 270C.

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Students with prior college credit, military credit, professional licenses or certificates or several years of work experience may be able to translate this experience directly into college credit.

Your enrollment counselor will help evaluate your prior learning credit, provide information regarding financial aid and tuition assistance, recommend courses and help you get started with the application process.

Applicants seeking a bachelor's degree in Business Marketing from the College for Professional Studies must possess:

  • A high school diploma or equivalent (from a regionally accredited high school) AND
  • Transferable credit from a regionally accredited college or university AND
  • Evidence of work experience

Applicants who do not meet each of these requirements may submit a letter of exception to the Assistant Dean of the school in which the applicant seeks to enroll. The letter should describe the applicant's goals and substantiate his/her ability to be successful at Regis University. Download guidelines for work experience admission appeal.

Application Process:

  1. Complete the undergraduate application form online
  2. Pay the $50.00 application fee. The fee is waived if you have applied to Regis previously or if you are a Regis graduate.
  3. Complete the personal statement essay. A short personal statement is required to be considered for admission. Download a copy of the personal statement guidelines.
  4. Request official transcripts from accredited institutions that you have previously attended. Download the transcript request form.
    • Official transcripts are those that come directly from one college or university to another college or university.
    • Official transcripts must be received no later than 30 days after the date of application. If not received, course registrations will be suspended.
  5. Additional admission requirements apply to international students who are non-U.S. citizens.

Please remember: Applications that are incomplete and/or missing information will NOT be processed.
Apply a minimum of 14 days before the start of classes to ensure optimal course selection.

Non Degree-Seeking Applicants Submit the Following:

  • Online application form
  • Pay the $50.00 application fee
  • Possess a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Possess transferable college credit from a regionally accredited college or university
  • Provide evidence of work experience
  • No official transcripts are necessary. The writing skills placement essay is not required.

Class Starts

Term Class Start Date
Spring 5W2 - 2014 February 10, 2014
Spring 8W2 - 2014 March 3, 2014
Spring 5W3 - 2014 March 17, 2014
Summer 8W1 - 2014 May 5, 2014
Summer 5W1 - 2014 May 5, 2014
Summer 5W2 - 2014 June 9, 2014
Summer 8W2 - 2014 June 30, 2014
Summer 5W3 - 2014 July 14, 2014

Tuition

Regis University Degree Tuition: B.S. in Business - Marketing Specialization

Please note: Directed study costs $460 per credit hour

Course Format Estimated Total Program Cost Credit Hours Required Cost per Credit Hour Estimated Fees for Program
Classroom $13,100 - $55,730 30 - 128 $435 $50
Online $13,850 - $58,930 30 - 128 $460 $50