Bachelor of Arts in Management

NOTE: The University is no longer accepting applications and is not actively enrolling for this degree. The University is only accepting new applications based on established articulation agreements for the purposes of a teach-out.

The Bachelor of Arts in Management (BAM) degree provides students the opportunity to complete an undergraduate degree while continuing to work full-time. The curriculum introduces students to the various functional areas of business organizations: finance and accounting, human resources, marketing, and information systems. In addition, the curriculum facilitates the development of leadership skills and core competencies in critical thinking and problem solving, project management, communication, teamwork, and ethics.

Tuition Rate:


(including fees)

Monthly Payment Plan:

$295 per month

The program takes a scholar-practitioner approach to business education—providing students with the opportunity to both learn and apply business concepts. Through its online courses, students have the flexibility to continue working and “attend” a course anytime and anywhere it is convenient for them. Course materials are available 24/7, and since class participation is required, students have the opportunity to interact with and learn from faculty and one another. The program offers small class sizes to optimize engagement, interaction and traditional learning experiences.

The following course list does not include general education courses required for the BAM degree. Please refer to the University Catalog for information on general education requirements.

Core Requirements:45 Credits
Concentration Requirements:15 Credits
Additional Business & Management Requirements:15 Credits
General Education:45 Credits
Bachelor's Degree Total:120 Credits
Core Requirements:
Business and Management Required Courses:
Concentration in General Management:
Concentration in Business Analytics:
Concentration in Business Intelligence:
Concentration in Entrepreneurship:
Concentration in Finance:
Concentration in Human Resources:
Concentration in Marketing: