Bachelor of Business Administration
With broad training as a Manager, you will be prepared to work in a wide variety of organizations — public or private, product or service oriented, profit or not-for-profit.
In this program, you will:
- Study the management of human and physical resources.
- Acquire skills useful in the management of any organization.
- Understand the importance of effective oral and written communication, teamwork, decision-making, entrepreneurial management, and diversity in the business environment.
- Be introduced to the application and strategic use of the knowledge and skills you acquire in areas like personnel management, organizational behavior, production management, international business, and small business.
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The Management Program is accredited through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.
- The average annual wage for Administrative Services Managers is $79,500
- Job growth should be about average in this field.
- Employment is projected to grow by 12 percent over the 2008-18 decade.
- Some managers work a 40-hour week but about half of all managers work more.
- Resolving problems and meeting deadlines frequently requires overtime that is likely to be uncompensated.