BA in Management

The B.A. in Management degree program offers adult learners training in management principles, ethical leadership, critical thinking and strategic planning. Students will be prepared for professional advancement in organization communications, community relations and project management.

FASTRACK Program benefits

  • Earn your management degree from an accredited college with a 100 years of experience in adult education.
  • Quickly hone your analytical, decision-making, and management skills in an accelerated format.
  • Take courses online or on-campus at Loyola's Water Tower Campus in Downtown Chicago.
Total Number of Major Courses 13
Total Number of Major Credit Hours 39 credit hours
Start Terms Students can begin during any of the 5 sessions throughout the academic year.
Transfer Credit Accepted Toward Major 18 credit hours / 6 courses
Schedule Format for Major Courses Major courses offered in 8-week sessions in an online format with evening and Saturday morning meeting times.
Schedule Format for Other Courses
(Core, mission, and school requirements)
Courses offered in 8-week sessions with fully online options, which may include both synchronous and asynchronous components with either evening or Saturday morning meetings.
Course Locations
(Major Courses)
Online. This major can be completed fully online.
Master's Program Students completing their B.A. in Management with SCPS will be considered for a maximum of four course waivers with their M.B.A. from the Quinlan School of Business should they pursue admission to that program and meet Quinlan's eligibility requirements.
Application and Admission Requirements Application
Official transcripts from all prior institutions
2.0 GPA or higher and in good standing at all prior institutions
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