Bachelor of Science in Business Administration for working adults

Admission: How to Apply


Our application process is simple. You can apply online or download a paper application. Just call us and we'll walk you through it. Cohorts begin each February and August.

Recommendation Form

Getting Started: Personalized Assessment

You need to have approximately 52 semester hours which can be transferred to Milligan, and you need to document two years of full-time work experience (or the equivalent). We offer a personalized transcript assessment to determine exactly what your degree plan will be and how long it will take you. If you're currently working toward the 52 hours, let us help you prepare to transfer to Milligan. We can help determine what courses you need and where you can obtain them. Contact or call 423.461.8782.

Transfer Students

Milligan College maintains articulation agreements with many regional community colleges to help insure that your credits transfer smoothly into Milligan’s bachelor’s degree program.  If you are a community college graduate, Milligan will develop a degree plan sheet showing you exactly how your existing college credits will transfer. Call us today to set up a meeting with our academic advisor, and find out how close you are to earning your bachelor’s degree!

Cost & Financial Aid

Students in this program are eligible to apply for state and federal tuition assistance programs, for employer reimbursement when applicable, and any other scholarship programs. Click here for more information.

Expectations and Responsibilities

All students at Milligan are expected to uphold the expectations and responsibilities for student lifestyles of Milligan College. We at Milligan adopt specific rules on the basis of our belief that God's Word, as the final rule of faith and practice, speaks on many matters pertaining to personal conduct. Specifically, the Milligan College adult student agrees to abide by a lifestyle commitment in which he or she refrains from illegal drugs, pornography, profanity, dishonesty, sexual immorality, unethical conduct, vandalism, and immodest dress. Students are expected to seek to serve Christ in an atmosphere of trust, encouragement, and respect for one another. Click here to read more about expectations and responsibilities for the Milligan community.