Bachelor's Degree in Management: Business Management

Business Management

The Business Management specialization of the Management program leads to a Bachelor of Professional Studies and combines a comprehensive range of business courses that prepares students for entry-level management employment. This curriculum includes a strong emphasis in modern management theory and application.  The program is designed for students to enter the workforce immediately after graduation or continue with their studies at the graduate level.

This program is fully accredited through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.  Visit to learn more about our accreditation status and to review the Annual Report to IACBE.

Student Learning Goals:
 •    Prepare students for entry level management positions either in public, private, or government related employment settings; and
 •    Prepare students for advanced studies in business, primarily a master of business administration degree.

Special Features:
The Business Management specialization allows students to experience management practices through internships. Internships are arranged through the business internship coordinator and may include a Disney internship experience. Students must meet minimal criteria before a placement is complete.

Program Requirements:
In order for students to be eligible for BU 481 Business Internship and BU 495 Senior Capstone they must have successfully completed a minimum of 90 credit hours, have a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5 in both their general studies and major core and permission of the program director.

Career Opportunities:
  • General Manager 
  • Business Office Manager
  • Purchasing Agent         
  • Retail Management
  • Administrative Services
  • Human Resource Specialist
  • Financial Planning        
  • Property and Real Estate
  • Banking                        
  • Marketing and Advertising
  • Sales                           
  • Labor Relations
  • Hospitality                  
  • Public Relations
  • Cost Accounting