The university's management degrees are built on proven principles and practices to bolster leadership skills and to utilize business data and human capital that propels the global economy today.
The university offers the Bachelor of Arts in Management for working professionals seeking advanced comprehension of the latest management principles used to optimize organizational effectiveness, to build high-performance workforces and supporting systems, and to deliver on results. Nationally recognized by the Sloan Consortium for best practices in online education, the university is a leader in providing working adults career-relevant education entirely at a distance. This flexibility, combined with the university's affordable tuition, attracts management professionals from public, government, and nonprofit sectors worldwide.
This interdisciplinary management curriculum is designed to meet the relevant career needs of professionals in the field and prepares them for advanced or related degrees in the overall management discipline. The program challenges students to advance their interpersonal, managerial, human resource, leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills which are commonly utilized in real-world practice. Students learn to effectively assess and evaluate management practices in any type and size of organization.
In addition to its versatile applications, the online Bachelor of Arts in Management degree offers popular concentrations. For example, students have the option to specialize their degree in Human Resource Management, which was designed to fully align with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) HR curriculum guidelines. Every course is taught by expert practitioners. Many professors are leaders in the management or business industry and the university consults with industry advisory councils to verify that the program reflects emerging trends and current market needs. Students connect with a global and supportive learning community and many are actively involved with affiliated organizations such as SHRM, Golden Key International Honor Society, and more.
This program has been designed in consultation with business leaders and industry advisory councils, and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
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"The pursuit of my degree taught me some valuable life and educational lessons that developed me into a better leader and more valuable asset to my agency."
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"At each and every step of the way I had the support needed to move toward the ultimate goal—graduation and pursuing my career ambitions."
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50% of our students receive course credit for prior college or work experience.
*Public 4-year, in-state undergraduate data is provided by the College Board's Trends in College Pricing 2014. Graduate information is provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Digest of Educational Statistics 2012-13 data. Annual estimates are based on total institutional costs (published tuition, required fees, and books) assuming 30 undergraduate or 18 graduate-level semester credit hours.
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