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The bachelor’s degree in business management is offered in the context of the liberal arts tradition. Managers are essentially decision-makers who must possess the ability to reason clearly and express themselves effectively. Courses required for this business degree program will strengthen your skills and enable you to pursue professional interests in management and business. Coursework explores current business principles, management and leadership, critical thinking and applied management, business technology, and more. If you have any interest in running a business, this program could be right for you.
We also offer tracks in marketing and organizational leadership, allowing you to further personalize your education.
Flexible study options
Our on-campus and online business degree programs are geared toward adults and do not require you to give up your work or family commitments. We offer courses on the weekends and online, allowing you to earn your degree when it works for you.
This adult undergraduate degree in business management program is ideally suited for busy, working adults who want to earn their education on their own terms.
Ready to learn more about this online and on-campus program available at our campus in Northeast Ohio? Contact us today to see how you can enroll and start working toward your bachelor’s degree in business management.
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For advising and more information, please contact:
- Jeff Swenson,
Department Chair and Associate Professor