BA in Management
Managers that possess strong strategic planning and decision-making skills, understand the dynamic foundation of business principles and have the ability to communicate effectively are critical to the success of any organization. The Bachelor of Arts in Management degree is designed to prepare working adult students to excel as valued and effective managers in today’s complex work environments.
This accelerated program takes a comprehensive approach to the study of management. This management major is rooted in ethical leadership, critical thinking, and applied management skills; which enable students to perceive, assess, communicate, and make informed workplace decisions.
**Starting in Spring II 2013, SCPS will offer a fully online option for the BA in Applied Studies Degree Program and the BA in Management Degree Program. Students will have the choice of the fully online option, the fully on-campus option, or some combination of the two.
Benefits of the program
- Accelerated format allows you to hone your analytical, decision-making, and management skills and complete your degree in as little as 18 months
- Online or on-campus—learn with other adult students who, like you, bring experience and knowledge to the classroom
- Choose from 11 concentrations, allowing you to focus your program in the direction you choose
- A program grounded in the University Core Curriculum, students develop skills crucial to facing the challenges of contemporary society
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The BA in Management with a selected concentration is comprised of 120 credit hours: 30 credit hours in the major, 9 credit hours of SCPS requirements, one of the following required concentrations below, 48 credit hours of University Core Requirements and 6-18 credit hours of Electives. The selection of concentrations are:
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