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BA Management

Management is the art of effectively coordinating people and resources to achieve the goals of an organization.

The Walker School's Bachelor of Arts in Management program examines the relationship between organizations, management, and employees. It is designed to help students develop competencies as both a business professional and scholar-practitioner with the capabilities to drive growth and innovation. Our expert faculty incorporates cross-disciplinary coursework that provides a broad understanding of strong management competencies. This career-focused approach is very applicable to a wide variety of industries and organizations.

Our practitioner-based program examines organizational issues from an enterprise-wide, general management perspective. Students acquire the business skills needed to manage people and run an organization effectively. Students learn to analyze management principles, develop business practices, and communicate effectively.

Program Description

The management program examines the relationship between an organization, its leaders, and employees. This program is designed to help students develop the competencies as both a business professional and scholar-practitioner with the capabilities to drive growth and innovation. In this program, students will acquire skills necessary to effectively manage people, analyze management problems, develop sound business practices, and communicate effectively.

ACBSP The BA in management is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Learning Outcomes

A student who completes the program requirements will be able to:

  • Analyze, understand, and evaluate how legal, social, economic, and global issues affect business.
  • Integrate critical theories to manage people, processes, and resources in a diverse organization.
  • Use appropriate tools and technology to analyze and interpret key business information critically.
  • Apply concepts regarding ethics and corporate responsibility and how they impact managerial decisions.
  • Build upon ambiguous and incomplete information to draft, support, and defend innovative solutions to complex managerial challenges.

Degree Requirements

 A minimum of 120 credit hours, consisting of the following:

  • 42 required credit hours
  • Applicable University Global Citizenship Program hours
  • Electives

Course Catalog (PDF versions)

Majors

BS Business Administration
BA Management

BA Management: Emphasis in Marketing
BA Management: Emphasis in International Business
BS Computer Science
BS Computer Science: Emphasis in Cybersecurity 

Certificate

Certificate in Entrepreneurship- Tracks of School of Business and Mobile Computing 

Minor

Minor in Business
Minor in Computer Science
Minor in International Relations
Minor in Management
Minor in Psychology 

All programs are HLC (Higher Learning Commission, USA) accredited. Students will receive a diploma from the USA upon graduation