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Management - Business Administration

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Management is a dynamic field found in every business and every type of industry. Managers play many roles including leader, liaison, spokesperson, entrepreneur and negotiator. They work with and through others to accomplish the goals and objectives of organizations and the individuals connected with them. Management students study leadership, team building, strategy, and creative problem solving.

Career Opportunities
Demanding, rewarding careers in general management, operations, human resources, consulting and logistics management can all be achieved with this degree.  Not only are management skills necessary in business, but in careers such as medicine, education and social work.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Business Administration BSBA (Core)
    • Communication
      a. Oral Communication: communicate effectively by speaking clearly, concisely, and convincingly, using appropriate business conventions for the field of study.
      b. Written Communication: communicate effectively by writing clearly, concisely, and convincingly, using appropriate business conventions for the field of study.
    • Interpersonal Skills: demonstrate effective interpersonal skills, especially working in teams.
    • Critical Thinking
      a. Data Analysis: analyze data by using appropriate technology.
      b. Decision Making: analyze issues critically and make relevant decisions by identifying and assessing the significance of key factors and assumptions.  
    • Functional Knowledge: identify, define, and apply current fundamental concepts, principles, and practices in the disciplines of business, including globalization. 
    • Societal Impact
      a. Ethical Judgment: identify ethical breaches and how they adversely impact stakeholders.
      b. Social Responsibility: evaluate how business decisions impact the welfare of society.   

  • Business Administration, Management (BSBA)
    1. Understand and apply human resource management principles, concepts, and paradigms, especially in the areas of recruiting, staffing, training, retention, evaluation, and compensation.
    2. Apply theories of individual and group behavior, i.e., personality, motivation, leadership, and communication to organizational settings and environments.
    3. Examine, analyze and apply the principles of ethics to the relevant issues of the business of society interface.
    4. Recognize, analyze, evaluate and solve strategic challenges in organizations.

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