Business Management, B.S.
The B.S. in Business Management (formerly Organizational Management) focuses on real-world business issues, helping you advance your career while continuing to work. You will graduate as an ethical and collaborative leader prepared for both for-profit and non-profit settings. This program can be completed in 12-24 months (part-time or full-time) taking one or two 8-week classes online or on-site.
Standard Completion Time:
Full-time | 12 months | classroom/online
(Two 8-week classes at a time)
Part-time | 24 months | classroom/online
(One 8-week class at a time)
Program Credits: 37
Cost Per Credit: $587
Accreditation: International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education
- March 1, 2021
Online or in person
- May 3, 2021
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This program provides you with incredible flexibility to complete your degree in 12 to 24 months. Our advisors will help you every step of the way.
Within this program, you will hone your writing and presentation skills, discover how to lead organizations, develop a research project, and apply that research to your current workplace. You will graduate equipped with critical thinking, strategies to solve problems, and a thorough understanding of management in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors.
Take the next step in your career. Earn your B.S. in Business Management.
SPECIALIZED DEGREE add a concentration in Corporate Security Management
IN-CLASS OR ONLINE pick the format or location convenient for your schedule
EXAM-FREE CURRICULUM grades based on papers, presentations, and projects
NO ADMISSIONS TEST REQUIREMENTS
PERSONALIZED 1:1 ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT
LARGE, ESTABLISHED ALUMNI NETWORK
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- Project Manager
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Learn to be a Leader
In our Bachelor's in Business Management, you will learn how to lead teams, consider business and organizational ethics, manage projects, plan strategically, and apply research to your daily work.
You will be taught by many professionals working in their fields. This allows you to apply theory, course materials, and concepts you learn in class to real-world scenarios you, your classmates, and your professors experience daily.
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