Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Management Concentration

Management Degree Online

Waldorf’s Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration provides a comprehensive background in functional business areas, including accounting, management, and marketing. Business Administration majors have the option to specialize in management or human resource management by selecting a concentration in either of these focus areas. Learners also have the option to choose an eclectic combination of professional electives as an alternative to the concentrations.

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Management Concentration
Waldorf’s Management concentration allows students to deepen their business knowledge and skills, with a management focus. The concentration includes a course in production and operations management, as well as the flexibility for students to choose three additional management courses to complete the concentration. The management background provided by this program is applicable to a variety of careers.

Estimated time to complete this bachelor’s degree program is four years with full-time enrollment.

Major/Core Requirements
Credit Hours
Major Requirements 60  
Courses Required for Major 36  
Concentration 12  
Remaining Professional Electives 12  
Core Requirements 60
Grand Total: 120
 
Management Concentration
Prefix Number Course Credit Hours
  12
BUS 4851 Production and Operations Management 3
Choose three courses from the following:
BUS 2026 Organizational Communication 3
BUS 3211 Consumer Behavior 3
BUS 3826 Managerial Decision Making 3
BUS 4000 Managing Diversity 3
BUS 4080 Creative Thinking and Problem Solving 3
BUS 4126 Project Planning 3
BUS 4160 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution 3

B.A./B.S. Degree Requirements

  • Completion of the core curriculum and the curriculum for the major, totaling 120 credits
  • A grade of C or higher in all coursework in the major and, if applicable, in the concentration(s)
  • 2.00 cumulative grade point average for work completed at Waldorf
  • Minimum of 36 upper-division credit hours