Bachelors Degree in Business Management

The bachelor’s degree in business management will prepare students for entry-level positions in business, industry and non-profit organizations. The program is designed for students who seek to acquire a complete framework in basic business concepts and skills in order to contribute and create solutions for contemporary business problems. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills to apply management, marketing and accounting concepts to improve operational performance and aid in decision making skills. The emphasis in this program is placed on marketable skills.

Program Outcomes

  • Define business and discuss the role of business and economy
  • Describe what management is (its functions) and explain the roles of a manager
  • Compare and contrast entrepreneurship
  • Describe what human resource management is (its functions) and challenges
  • Define marketing and its role in relation to the organization’s business plan
  • Analyze motivation theories and the relation between motivation and performance
  • Describe types of performance measures and how they are used in decision making
  • Read and interpret basic financial statements
  • Identify stakeholders and define the concept of social responsibility
  • Describe how computers can be used in the workplace
  • Define and discuss the meaning of GDP, unemployment, and inflation data and how that data is computed
  • Identify the division of functions among federal, state, and local governments
  • Define the Law and Society including the origin of law and the U.S. legal system
  • Identify modern principles of psychology
  • Demonstrate effective oral and written communication
  • Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills
  • Identify steps in the personal finance process
  • Complete algebraic equations

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Bachelor of Science

Program Length

4 years, 120 Credit Hours