Industrial Management 2+2 is a 120 credit hour degree that accepts 40 credit hours in from an earned associate degree. The remaining hours are covered by the General Education Core and the Business Core courses. This degree will allow students who have earned an associate degree to manage a company in their chosen field, or start a company of their own.
Member of IACBE (International Accreditation Council for Business Education).
Course from earned associates degree (can include General Electives)
Associates degree must be earned from an accredited institution from which we accept credits. Associate degrees are typically 60 semester hours. GEP English Composition (6 hours) and other GEP areas (e.g., Quantitative Reasoning, Natural Sciences, Human Behavior) will commonly be included in those, as well as an equivalent of BUIS1010. Therefore, 43 semester hours will most likely cover the remainder of the earned associates courses and allow this degree to be a true 2+2, giving a transfer student with an associates degree earned elsewhere, the opportunity to earn a BSBA with only two more years of study.