A degree in management prepares students for the important task of getting work accomplished through collaborative efforts with others in an organization. Students with a degree in management may expect to coordinate service and manufacturing operations, manage product/service development in a project environment, or even manage their own business.
Students interested in studying management can choose from:
Both degrees prepare students to coordinate efforts within an organization. A BBA in management provides students with a broad preparation in business topics across functional areas, while the BA in management is designed for Weekend College students with prior experience in the workplace.
View the degree plan and course descriptions for the Management program in the Undergraduate Catalog.
- Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Management
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Management
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