Bachelor of Business Administration (Evening)
You demand more. Now you can complete an evening BBA that’s as innovative, challenging and life-changing as any traditional daytime program. This is it. At Dominican, you’ll work alongside dedicated faculty and motivated students who will support you and bring out the very best in you.
A Better Path to Your Bachelor’s
Most evening business programs are watered-down versions of the traditional daytime track. Not ours. Brennan’s Evening BBA lets you work full-time and study full-time without sacrificing quality. We do it through an innovative mix of fully online, blended and face-to-face classes. You’ll only need to be on campus a few nights a week. So, it’s convenient, and you’ll still be part of a collaborative, supportive and networked cohort of highly motivated students. They may even become your future business partners.
Finish What You Started—With Brennan
The Evening BBA is designed for students who have completed an associate’s degree. Our program puts you on track to get your bachelor’s in business in two years without compromising Brennan’s signature relationship-centered and experiential learning models. You’ll have the same outstanding faculty as our traditional day program. You’ll dive into the same cutting-edge curriculum. And you’ll have access to all the same career development resources, including one-on-one coaching through our Executives-in-Residence program.
Evening BBA snapshot
- Complete your bachelor’s within 24 months; cohorts begin each fall
- Courses taught in evenings, fully online and in hybrid formats
- Same curriculum as top-ranked AACSB-accredited traditional day program
- Scholarships and other financial aid available; Brennan Business Star Scholarships are available to transfer students majoring in management within the Evening Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program.
- Must have completed an associate degree and Illinois Articulation Initiative General Education Core Curriculum (GECC) requirements
- No need to repeat business courses you’ve already taken
- Six semesters, including two summer terms
- Two intensive eight-week sessions per semester
- Take up to five classes per semester, but never more than three at once
Choose to pursue one of two market-ready majors
Channel Consultant, HubSpot
“Brennan’s focus on experiential, real-world education has helped me tremendously. Through a Future Leaders program, I met inspiring women executives. I even have the chance to interview for a Fortune 100 company.”
Invested in Your Success
At Brennan, we are invested in the success of our students. A case in point is Brennan’s dedicated career development program, which prepares students for lifelong career management through individualized guidance and training, which includes help with resume writing, networking, interviewing and more. All Brennan students have access to both academic and career advising throughout their studies. The curriculum itself is infused with career-enhancing practicums that will help you stand out after graduation. Those include an entrepreneurship practicum, a required internship and a capstone experience. And our Executives-in-Residence program brings to campus business leaders to mentor students one-on-one in a professional setting.
How Brennan is Different
The Brennan School of Business takes a relationship-centered approach to world-class business education. Thanks to small class sizes and dedicated, caring faculty, our students build partnerships with their peers and professors. It’s collaborative, hands-on and real world. At Brennan you’ll grapple with challenging and deeply relevant issues, including business ethics and corporate social responsibility. And our faculty—Fulbright scholars, published authors, corporate executives and successful consultants among them—bring extensive industry expertise to the classroom.
Registered Associate, Morgan Stanley
“At Brennan, my professors know me. They reach out with resume-building projects, job openings and internship opportunities. They’re always available to talk. You just don’t get that level of attention at other schools.”