Managers are responsible for making sure employees complete their work, but great managers use work to develop their employees, as well. Qualified managers are valued in many industries and can be essential to the success of businesses as well as government, charitable, religious and social service agencies of any size. Earning a bachelor's in management degree is an important step for anyone who is looking to pursue a career in this field.
At The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business at Post University, our Bachelor of Science in Management degree program faculty members have advanced academic degrees and extensive experience in the field, and the program course work provides students with a solid foundation in many areas of business management.
Students pursuing a bachelor's in management degree may choose from one of the following six concentrations within the degree program, which are 15 credit hours each: Human Resource Management, Sport Management, International Management, Computer Information Systems, Entrepreneurship, and Environmental Management. In addition, internships and cooperative educational experiences are encouraged so students can gain valuable hands-on, real-world experience before they graduate.
A bachelor's in management degree from The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business at Post University prepares students for management careers in the following fields: Sales; Social and Community Service; General and Operations; Industrial Production; Construction; Transportation, Storage and Distribution; Cost Estimation and Administrative Services, among others.
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|MANAGEMENT DEGREE PROGRAM FAST FACTS|
|STUDENTS IN THIS DEGREE PROGRAM||54|
|AVERAGE CLASS SIZE||13|
|NORMAL PROGRAM COMPLETION TIME||4 years|
|DEGREE PROGRAM COST|
|4-Year Degree Program Tuition and Fees*||$109,800|
|4-Year Room and Board*||$41,720|
|Approximate Program Text Book Cost*||$6,000|
|*This is the cost of the entire degree program using current tuition and room and board rates. Actual program cost will vary depending on the amount of financial aid provided and whether or not students transfer in any credits. For current tuition rates, go to http://www.post.edu/maincampus/tuition.shtml.|
|OCCUPATIONS (This degree will prepare you for careers including, but not limited to, the ones listed below.)|
|General and Operations Managers
|Administrative Services Managers
|Human Resource Managers||http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/11-3121.00|
|Social and Community Service Managers
| First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers
|Industrial Production Managers
|Advertising and Promotions Managers