The Bachelor of Science in Management program is a 41-credit, upper division academic program designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. The program has a special emphasis on the knowledge and skills essential for the management of human resources in private and public organizations. Providing a comprehensive, practical background in the social and management sciences, the program provides course work in the following areas: oral and written communications; leadership, human resources management, organizational behavior and business ethics; management information systems, statistics, and marketing; and financial planning and control. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, usually for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class for four hours on a weekly basis to work on assigned individual and group projects. At the end of the program, students complete a capstone course that integrates material from the previous course work through a focus on strategic organizational leadership and includes the completion of a major paper addressing an issue, problem, or concern in the student?s work environment. Students obtain a Bachelor of Science in Management degree by using the management core to build upon other traditional and non-traditional learning experiences. A total of 128 undergraduate credits is required for the BSM degree.
||Bachelor of Science in Management|
||Science & Technology/Management|
||Genoa City, Wisconsin|
||Cardinal Stritch University|