The Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management is an accelerated degree completion program that provides the skills and knowledge base to meet the challenges of the 21st century workplace.
Designed by professionals and educators in the fields of business and liberal studies, the program is structured around six components: Communication and Persuasion; Principles of Management; Fundamentals of Business; Decision Making Tools; Leadership; and Business and Legal Environments. The modular program offers evening and weekend courses. This program enables working adults to complete a bachelor's degree within two years.
The curriculum consists of three prerequisite, nine core courses, and electives.
The prerequisite courses are: Economics I, Economics II, and Accounting I.
Core courses are:
- IDS 3010 Career and Life Work Planning
- ENW 3013 Expository Writing
- FIN 3030 Finance and Planning Process
- IDS 3043 Computers and Computing Applications (Alternate is MGT 3031)
- MGT 3020 Business Policy
- MGT 3023 Entrepreneurship
- MGT 3031 Economic Forecasting and Decision Making (Alternate is IDS 3043)
- MGT 3032 Understanding the Marketplace and Competition
- SOC 3022 Development and Change in Social Organizations
- SOC 3033 Managing Diversity
- IDS 3098 Final Integrative Project
Dual Degree Programs
Students pursuing the accelerated bachelor's degree in Organizational Management may be eligible to take advantage of dual degree opportunities in combination with the following graduate programs:
- MS in International Management
- MS in Leadership & Strategic Management
- MS in Organizational Management & Human Resource Development