Dec 09, 2018  
2018-19 Catalog 
    
2018-19 Catalog

Management BSB


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The four-year Management BSB degree is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the business field. A broad-based general education precedes an extensive education in management and its various areas, providing the successful graduate with the tools necessary for a career in management or graduate studies.

Students learn skills and techniques to enhanced their level of decision-making, interpersonal skills, leadership, organizational skills, and communication. They gain hands-on experience through the various software and technical tools available.

US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook reports the job outlook for 2016-2026 (average is 6%) and median salary for the following Management areas:

  • Administrative Services Manager 10% increase, $94,020
  • HR Managers  9% increase, $110,120
  • PR Managers 10% increase, $111,280

Information on more occupational outlooks and opportunities can be found at the Federal Government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics:

http://www.bls.gov

 

Our graduates find employment in careers fields such as:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Middle or Upper Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Logistics/Supply Chain Management
  • State or Federal employment
  • Non-profit organizations
  • International businesses
  • Training Manager
  • Consulting

 

2 + 2

Students who earn an Associate in Applied Business in Business Management Technology are able to pursue a Bachelors in Business Administration in Management as a 2+2 plan (two years to earn the associates, two more years to earn the bachelors).

Member of IACBE (International Accreditation Council for Business Education).

 

Degree Requirements


General Education Program 42 Hours
Business Core Courses 29 Unique Hours
Management Major -  Core 30 Hours
Technical Electives 3 Hours
General Electives 16 Hours
   
Total Hours Required 120 Hours

General Education Program - GEP (42 Hours)


English Composition 6 Hours
Oral Communication 3 Hours
Literature 3 Hours
Fine and Performing Arts 3 Hours
Natural Science 7 Hours
Quantitative Reasoning 5 Hours

 - STAT1800 counts for both the GEP and Business Core requirements.

 
Engaged Citizenry 3 Hours
Global Perspectives 3 Hours
Historical Perspectives 3 Hours
Ethical Insight and Reasoning 3 Hours
Human Behavior 3 Hours

 - ECON2201 counts for both the GEP and Business Core requirements.

 
Total: 42 Hours

 

General Electives (16 Hours)


Includes UNIV1100 - First Year Experience: University Foundations course, if taken.

Students are encouraged to consider adding a minor.

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