Bachelor of Science in Business Management
The mission of the Department of Business Administration and Management is to build upon the liberal arts focus of the College and to provide the base of knowledge and experiences that will enable our graduates to be business leaders, capable of making sound and ethical business decisions in a continuously changing environment. The Department majors are designed around a common core of courses along with the requirements for each concentration. A student can obtain a double major within the Department. However, only one major is permitted in each of the following areas: Accounting, Business Administration, Business Management, Health Care Management, Sport Management, or Computer Information Systems.
Students who successfully complete the program will:
- Exhibit basic competencies in interpersonal skills, oral and written communication, leadership, and teamwork appropriate for the business world.
- Acquire and apply basic knowledge in the student’s chosen field.
- Integrate the functional components of business into a workable whole.
- Illustrate the ability to apply critical thinking and reasoning skills and to utilize effective problem solving techniques.
- Demonstrate an awareness and appreciation for cultural, ethical, and responsible behaviors in a global world.
Where Will Your Degree Take You?
Human Resources Manager
Program Of Study - Business Management Major - 48 credits
Core Requirements for all Business Management Majors (24 credits)
Business Management Major (48 credits, 24 credits in business + 24 core credits listed above)
Human Resource Management Concentration (48 credits) (24 credits + 24 core credits listed)
International Business Concentration (48 credits, 24 credits in business + 24 core credits listed above)
MG 329 Global Issues (General Education choice for International/Global requirement)
Marketing Management Concentration (48 credits, 24 credits + 24 core credits listed above)
Management Minor (18 credits)
The minor in Management is designed to allow the non-major an opportunity to specialize in Business Management. A maximum of two courses are allowed to be utilized from another area requirement.