Further Your Business Degree
Business Degree Partnerships
Butler has partnered with K-State and Ottawa to bring you two options to further your degree. Transfer to Kansas State University or stay at Butler's Andover campus and earn your Bachelor's degree from Ottawa University.
From a Grizzly to a Wildcat.
A 2+2 partnership is between a community college and Kansas State University to provide place-bound students the opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree.
See what business degrees are offered through Butler's K-State 2+2 here.
Bachelor's Degree with Ottawa University
Students who receive an Associate of Science degree in business administration from Butler Community College will be able to take Ottawa University classes on the Butler Andover campus and receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in marketing. The Higher Learning Commission granted accreditation to Ottawa University for this degree model.
This program is designed for the working student in mind. Classes will meet at the Andover campus from 6 - 10 p.m. one night a week.
Each class will meet with a professor for two hours a week for eight weeks and online for a similar amount of time.
In this way, each student will complete four classes per semester. All students will go through the two year process as a “unit” – taking the same sequence of classes.
Who is eligible?
New Students: After students receive their associate’s degree at Butler and are accepted into the program, they will take five more classes at the community college. At this point, they will become Ottawa students, but all classes will be offered at Butler’s Andover campus. View your course sequence.
Past/Present Students: Anyone who has received an associate of science in business administration from Butler and has a 3.0 GPA can apply to be in the program. In addition to your A.S. from Butler, you will need to complete five additional courses from Butler before you start your Ottawa courses.
- Human Resource Management
- Principles of Management
- Business Law
- Introduction of Marketing