Bachelor Degrees

The Professional Studies Program offers two degrees in business management: a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science.

Bachelor of Arts

The Bachelor of Arts curriculum focuses on the skills necessary to be effective in the role of manager with regard to the human dimension within organizations. The curriculum provides the macro perspective of organizational purpose and design. It also provides the micro perspective of individuals, work groups and leadership.

Prerequisites

ACC 201 - Financial Accounting
ACC 202 - Managerial Accounting
ECO 200 - Macroeconomics
ECO 201 - Microeconomics
MTH 102 - College Algebra
MTH 251 - Elementary Statistics

Core Classes

IMG 300 - International Management
MIS 260 - Management Information Systems
ENG 350 - Research Writing
MCM 333 - Business Communications
MGT 206 - Business Law
MGT 313 - Operations Management
MKT 316 - Marketing Management
MGT 317 - Organizational Behavior
MGT 327 - Business Ethics
FIN 320 - Financial Management
MGT 410 - Empirical Research
MGT 411 - Management Senior Thesis

Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science focuses on developing strategic management skills and proficiency in business operations. The curriculum introduces students to the theories, concepts and tools of management used in the functional areas of business.

Prerequisites

ACC 201 - Financial Accounting
ACC 202 - Managerial Accounting
ECO 200 - Macroeconomics
ECO 201 - Microeconomics
MTH 102 - College Algebra
MTH 410 - Elementary Statistics

Core Classes

IMG 300 - International Management
MIS 260 - Management Information Systems
HUM 365 - Individuals and Organizations
MCM 333 - Business Communication
MGT 206 - Business Law
MGT 317 - Organizational Behavior
FIN 320 - Financial Management
MGT 313 - Operations Management
MKT 316 - Marketing Management
MGT 327 - Business Ethics
MGT 400 - Capstone Global Strategy