A Bachelor of Science in Management can help you hone the leadership skills necessary to improve productivity, efficiency and communication in your organization. In this Bachelor of Science in Management program, you’ll develop:

  • Skills necessary to make and implement management decisions
  • An understanding of how to utilize and align resources
  • Effective communication skills
  • Strategies for dealing with workplace diversity and change

Program Outline

Associates to Bachelor in Business Management

A Bachelor of Science in Management can help you hone the leadership skills necessary to improve productivity, efficiency and communication in your organization. In this Bachelor of Science in Management program, you’ll develop:

  • Skills necessary to make and implement management decisions
  • An understanding of how to utilize and align resources
  • Effective communication skills
  • Strategies for dealing with workplace diversity and change

Requirements and prerequisites: You’ll need 120 credits to complete this program. These may be earned through a combination of required and elective courses. Required courses may vary based on previous experience, training or transferable credits Core courses

This general education requirement lays the foundation for your degree program. You’ll expand your skills in communication arts, math, humanities, social sciences, sciences and liberal arts—all subject areas that can help enrich your personal and professional lives.

General Education Requirements

GENERAL EDUCATION COMPONENT ASSOCIATE CREDITS BACHELOR CREDITS
Communication Arts 6 6
Mathematics 6 6
Science and Technology 6 6
Humanities 6 6
Social Science 6 6
Additional Liberal Arts 3 6
Interdisciplinary Studies 9 18
Minimum General Education requirement total 42 54

First Year Courses (General Education)

GOV103 Into to American Government

MAT114 Intro to Business Math

HUM154 Ancient Egypt

HIS134 Introduction to American History

HIS136 African History

BIO123 Introduction to Biology

PSY212 Introduction to Psychology

PHY217 Introduction to Physical Science

CHM219 Intro to Chemistry

SOC 218 Introduction to sociology

ENG101 English

COM107 Speech for Business

Second Year Curses

BUS219 International Business

BIS221: Introduction To Computer Applications And Systems

ACC290: Principles Of Accounting I

ACC291: Principles Of Accounting II

COM295: Business Writing  

HRM300: Fundamentals Of Human Resource Management

LDR303: Innovative Leadership

CPMGT304: Project Management

ISCOM305: Systems Operations Management

MGT312: Organizational Behavior For Managers

Third Year Courses

LAB 318 Intro to Labor relations

PHL320: Critical Thinking And Decision Making In Business

ETH321: Ethical In Business

LAW322 Business Law

BRM353: Product And Brand Management

OI361: Innovation, Design, & Creativity For A Competitive Advantage

ECO365: Principles Of Microeconomics

HM370: Hospitality Management

FIN370: Finance For Business

ECO372: Principles Of Macroeconomics

Fourth Year Courses

ACC400: Accounting For Decision Making

MGT401: Small Business:  Structure, Planning, Funding

MGT418: Evaluating New Business Opportunities

FIN419: Finance For Decision Making

MGT420: Managing Quality In The Supply Chain

MGT426: Managing Change In The Workplace

MGT445: Organizational Negotiations

MKT446: Sales Tools And Strategies

MKT448: Web Analytics For Digital Marketing

BUS475: Integrated Business Topics