A Bachelor of Business Administration is a four-year undergraduate degree that provides students with the basics of running a business. A Master of Business Administration is commonly a two-year degree (sometimes as little as just one year) and offers a more hands-on and focused course of study into the details of running or managing a business. This infographic by Campbellsville University Online compares the outcomes of the two degree paths, covering earning potential and career opportunities.

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Comparing Outcomes: BBA vs. MBA

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