Bachelor of Science in Business Management

The Albertus Magnus B.S. in Business Management program is designed for students looking for positions in Management Occupations, which continue to experience growth in Connecticut and on the national level. The program provides a base of knowledge and experiences that enable our graduates to be business leaders, who are capable of making sound and ethical business decisions in a continuously changing environment. Our program allows students to major in Business Management or choose a concentration in Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, or Marketing Management.

Why Study Business Management at Albertus?

Professors with both academic qualifications and real world experience

Accessible and supportive faculty and staff

Small class sizes

Diverse student body

Financial aid for full-time students

Where will this degree take me?

A job sector that is projected to grow 8.6% according to the Connecticut Department of Labor in the next 10 years

Management occupations have an average salary of $97,230 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Career Opportunities

Management positions in a variety of companies, government or nonprofit organizations

Operations, materials or production management

Sales representative/Manager

Entrepreneur

Small business owner

Human Resource Manager

Recruiter

Product or Project Manager

Market Research

Promotions Manager

To learn more, please contact Dr. Clara Munson at cmunson@albertus.edu

Business Management Major

General Education and Electives 72 credits

Business Management Core Requirements: 24 credits

BE 161 Financial Accounting

BE 162 Managerial Accounting

BE 202 Statistics for Business

BE 205 Principles of Microeconomics

BE 265 Corporate Financial Management

MG 131 Principles of Management

MG 231 Principles of Marketing

MG 391W Business Capstone

Choose one of the following majors/concentrations:

Business Management Major: 24 credits

BE 135W Business Communications

BE 204 Principles of Macroeconomics

BE 334 Business Law

OR

MG 335 Human Resource Law

Computer Information Systems Course

MG 228 International Business Management

MG 362 Human Resource Management

MG 365 Issues of Small and Family Business

MG 367 Strategic Management

OR

MG 380 Management Internship

Entrepreneurship Concentration: 24 credits

BE 248 Business Modeling & Analysis

CIS 388 Introduction to Project Management

MG 240 Social Entrepreneurship

MG 320 Product Development

MG 340 Project Management of Innovation

MG 365 Issues of Small & Family Business

MG 368 New Venture Challenge

MG 382 Entrepreneurship Internship

Marketing Management Concentration: 24 credits

BE 135W Business Communications

OR

BE 204 Principles of Macroeconomics

BE 334 Business Law

OR

MG 335 Human Resource Law

Computer Information Systems Course

MG 230(PY 230) Consumer Behavior

OR

MG 380 Management Internship

MG 241 Marketing Research & Strategy

MG 320 Product Development

MG 322 Techniques of Marketing Promotion

MG 328 International Marketing

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.

MG 131 Principles of Management

MG 231 Principles of Marketing

MG 236 Human Resource Management

MG 238 Issues of Small and Family Business

MG 367 Strategic Management

BE 161 Financial Accounting

Entrepreneurship Minor (18 Credits)

The entrepreneurship minor is designed to empower students in business and non-business majors, who are interested in creating their own business or social enterprise. The minor teaches fundamentals of management and entrepreneurship and includes a powerful culminating experience where students work as a team member or founder of a live startup.

Students select one culminating startup experience course:

BE 248 Business Modeling & Analysis

MG 131 Principles of Management

MG 231 Principles of Marketing

MG 240 Social Entrepreneurship

MG 365 Issues of Small & Family Business

Students select one culminating startup experience course:

MG 368 New Venture Challenge-C

MG 382 Entrepreneurship Internship