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. Students also have the right to challenge for the Life Experience credits and apply for up to 12 CLEP credits.
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Curriculum The curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management program consists of three prerequisite, ten core courses, and electives.
Prerequisite Courses (3) ECO1011 Principles Of Macroeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
This is an introductory treatment of nation-wide economic activity. Topics include the measurement and determination of gross output, inflation and unemployment. Major attention is given to fiscal and monetary policy.
This is an introductory treatment of the behavior of consumers and business firms and how they interact in markets. Demand and supply analysis is used to show how price and output will change when market conditions change in a variety of different competitive settings.
ACC 1002 Fundamentals of Accounting I
Required Core Courses (10) IDS3010 Career & Life Work Planning
Career & Life Work Planning
The course curriculum is designed to serve as an assessment tool re-establishing what a four-year degree means to the students and examining reasons for their returning to college. The course content emphasizes a liberalizing approach, viewing the adult learner as an ever-growing individual and seeks to incorporate the riches of individual experience with the presentation of new and systematic opportunities for continued learning. Emphasizing Malcolm Knowles approach to adult learning, the class is an interactive one emphasizing the learner?s active participation in the learning process. Using the textbook ?If You Knew Who You Were You Could Be Who You are,? by Gerald Sturman, students complete the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a widely recognized career assessment instrument. Class discussion revolves around their scoring the instrument in such areas as Career Type, Career Anchors, Values, Needs and Internal Barriers. Through facilitated discussion, the students evaluate career options, develop career goals, and action plans. Concluding with a home assignment, students use the concepts discussed in class, the completed exercises from the Sturman textbook and their completed MBTI, to write a detailed Personal Career Profile.
The course focus is two fold: first is the goal of acquiring harp reading comprehension skills through the reading and discussion of some the best modern essays ranging from authors such as Virginia Woolf, George Orwell, and Robert Frost to the more modern essayists such as Brent Staples, Jamaica Kincaid and E.D. Hirsch, Jr.; second is the goal of learning to write clear, logical, smooth, interesting essays free of mechanical errors. Major emphasis is placed on writing and revising.
This course examines key financial statements and their analysis, starting with an accounting process review. It then introduces the student to the concepts of manufacturing or cost accounting with an examination of cost methods. Special emphasis is placed upon financial planning and budgeting along with performance measurements and responsibility accounting. Prerequisite: Principles of Accounting I
This course deals with the process of formulating and structuring to achieve objectives in organizations. Students will develop a mission and policies for a company, analyze the external environment and their capabilities for dealing with it, brainstorm possible markets and their competitive advantage for serving those markets, choose a strategy for success, and structure their organization to achieve that strategy.
This course provides an in-depth study of the elements involved in converting ideas and concepts into a successful business venture. Topics will include: the personality of the entrepreneur, developing ideas for entrepreneurial ventures, testing the feasibility of ideas, evaluating the impact on lifestyle, preparation of business and marketing plans, seeking expert advice, securing financing, use of outside professionals, and avoiding pitfalls.
This course gives the student an understanding of the various tools and techniques used in making a scientific forecast and a rational business decision. Using a real-life problem solving approach, it starts with a study of quantitative methods such as real numbers, algebraic relationships, fractions, and graphs. This course explores statistical analysis, including concepts, validity testing, and probability and sampling theory. Research methods, including design and data collection, and quantitative analysis, including classical decision theory are explained. Prerequisite: Basic Algebra
Students will learn how to conduct basic market research, maximize the return on a marketing budget, evaluate the specific purpose of each marketing activity and measure the response to it, convey any accurate understanding of the customer?s needs, make a clear statement of how the product or service meets those needs, distinguish a product or service from competitors? offerings and create a believable message. The course will also explore the basic factors involved in the distribution of products.
SOC3022 Development & Change In Social Organizations
Development & Change in Social Organizations
An historical overview of how social organizations develop and change. The conflict between the structure and authority of bureaucratic organizations, including the corporate workplace, government, and academe, and the celebration of the entrepreneurial spirit in America culture will be considered. Research from the social sciences will be used to assess different models of organizational effectiveness.
The increasing diversity in the American workforce and expanding economic interdependence among nations require that managers deal creatively with the cultural dimensions of management. The course will employ readings and experiential learning to explore and articulate perceptions of difference in order to increase management effectiveness.
IDS3098 Final Integrative Project For Behavioral Studies Concentration
Final Integrative Project for Behavioral Studies Concentration
This project, carried out under the guidance of a faculty member, requires the student to select and research three topics chosen from the major themes of the program. The student then prepares a paper that integrates these findings and applies them to a life situation.
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:
The above information provided serves as a guide, which will be updated periodically.
Current information about degree program requirements can be found in the official College Catalogs..
How to Apply to School of Business programs
Starting terms: APPEAL Adult Undergraduate Accelerated Degrees: Fall 1, Fall 2, Spring 1, Spring 2, Summer 1 and Summer 2
1. On-Line Application: The School of Business on-line application can be found at the following link: APPLY NOW
2. Personal Essay: In a candid personal essay of 500-750 words, explain:
How and why did you decide to pursue this program
Why the selected academic program is good match for your future goals
What you as a candidate can bring to our classroom
What special skills, leadership abilities, volunteer or other life experience make you a good overall fit for the selected program?
3. Resume: Submit a current resume indicating educational and business experience.
4. Transcripts: APPEAL-ADULT Undergraduate Accelerated: Please send official transcripts from all previously attended post-secondary institutions. If you have not attended a post-secondary institution, submit an official high school transcript or proof of completion of high school, or Graduate Equivalency Degree (GED). Student copies are not acceptable. See below for the address.
5. Recommendations: Two letters of recommendations, either academic or professional, from a reference writer who can speak to the candidate’s intellectual capability and ability to handle the rigors of the applicant’s program. Letters can be uploaded via the on-line application. References writers may provide their own letter or you may forward our standard Professional Letter of Recommendation form available on our website if you prefer.
6. Application Fee: Fee waivers are available for attending Open House events. Please check the website for our next available date. APPEAL-Adult Undergraduate Accelerated: $50.00
7. Health Records: Due at the time of enrollment, Adult students please submit a Health Form with proof of immunization against measles and rubella, in compliance with New York State regulations. This requirement applies to only students born on or after Jan. 1, 1957
8. International Applicants: International students are eligible for Master of Science degrees only because of program and visa requirements. For admissions, if your undergraduate education was conducted at a non-US institution, we will require transcript credentials from either (WES) World of Education Services Inc. (www.WES.org) or a member of (NACES) National Association of Credential Evaluation Services. (www.naces.org/members.html). Please review this list carefully as we cannot accept credentials from organizations not on this list. If your undergraduate education was not conducted in English, we will require a test of English language skills through any of the following sources: TOEFL, IELTS, ITEP. Please note that our minimum IBT TOEFL is 85, IELTS is 7 and ITEP is B2
9. Optional: GRE, GMAT, SAT & ACT testing is an optional admissions requirement and not a required element, however if you wish to submit any testing scores, we are happy to consider them as part of your overall application if you feel it will strengthen your application.
Submit all materials to: Manhattanville School of Business Office of Admissions 2900 Purchase Street -- Reid G5 Purchase, NY 10577
For any questions on the application or submission materials please contact Monika Pottgen, Assistant Director of Recruitment and Admissions (914) 323-5150 or email@example.com
Please consult the website or Admissions Department for any deadlines and/or for questions regarding non-matriculated status.
Financial Aid for APPEAL (Adult Accelerated Undergraduate) Students RG
Manhattanville is committed to the needs and aspirations of our APPEAL (Adult Undergraduate Accelerated) students’ ages 21 years of age and older. Earnings potential and career opportunities expand with a completed degree.
We understand the necessity of pursuing your degree quickly to increase your career opportunities, in a flexible format around your busy work/life, and the importance of affordability.
1) Is there financial aid available for APPEAL students?
Yes, APPEAL program students can apply for and receive many forms of financial aid. In general though, you have to be enrolled for at least 6 credits (half-time) in your program to qualify, and must meet all other federal and state requirements to receive aid.
2) What kind of aid is available?
Financial aid packages can include Pell Grants, NYS TAP Grants (NYS residents, full-time students only) and Federal Direct Loans. The specific amounts of aid a student will qualify for will be based on the results of your FAFSA, the number of credits you take per semester and the total number of credits previously earned. Our financial aid staff will work with you to determine your eligibility once you have completed the application process.
3) What if I’m over 24 years old?
Students who are 24 or older as of December 31st of the award year are considered independent. Independent undergraduate students don’t have to include parental income/asset information and can be eligible for increased unsubsidized Stafford loan limits.
4) How do I apply for aid?
The first step to determining aid is by filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid). You should also complete a TAP application for NYS Tuition Assistance if you plan to be a full-time student. You can do that at http://hesc.ny.gov. Once the financial aid office receives your completed FAFSA they will ask you to complete a Manhattanville Financial Aid Form as well.
5) What is Manhattanville’s federal school code? 002760
6) What is Manhattanville’s TAP code: 0420
7)Are there other ways to pay?
Tuition Reimbursement: If you are currently employed, ask your employer’s office of Human Resources about the availability of tuition reimbursement. Your employer may require you to maintain a minimum GPA in order to receive assistance. If you are eligible for reimbursement please inform our office of student accounts.
Veterans Benefits: We proudly serve our veterans! If you are a veteran, please look into your GI Bill benefits for Higher Learning. Our APPEAL undergraduate and dual bachelor’s/master’s degrees is full covered by VA benefits. For more information please see our veteran’s page.
External Scholarships: Please see Fastweb for the many available scholarships and resources based on your strengths, interests and majors.
Payment Plan: Manhattanville offers a cost effective payment plan through Tuition Management Systems (TMS) to pay for school. You pay a small enrollment fee to participate each semester then make monthly payments to TMS. For more information see TMS.
What is the best way to contact Manhattanville’s Office of Financial Aid?