Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM)

The Bachelor of Science in Management program is designed to provide students with a practical education in the field of management. The program educates students to understand and apply the concepts of effective management in professional environments. The program focuses on the subjects of management, accounting, finance, marketing, operations, human resources management and business planning to prepare students for management responsibilities.

Program Objectives

The objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Management program are to:

  • Provide students with the managerial skills needed to function effectively in modern businesses and organizations
  • Provide students with a concrete understanding of financial reporting to analyze financial information for management decision-making
  • Improve decision-making skills by providing students with the management theory and applications needed for successful business operations
  • Promote appreciation for teamwork and other important managerial tools critical to success in a diverse business environment
  • Provide a solid foundation for continuous personal, professional, and intellectual growth

Learning Outcomes 

Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Science in Management program, the students will:

  • Identify management principles necessary for organizational effectiveness;
  • Apply key problem-solving strategies in the analysis and recommendation of business decisions;
  • Apply knowledge of business concepts and functions in an integrated manner;
  • Demonstrate professional communication and behavior.
Admission RequirementsAdmissions Application
Application / Registration Fee
Proof of Graduation: All applicants must provide proof of completion of high school or GED.
Interview: All applicants must participate in a brief interview with one of the following staff members: Director of Admissions, Director of Student Services, Chief Academic Officer, or Department Chair.
Personal Identification: All applicants are required to submit a copy of personal identification such as a State driver’s license, government issued identification card, passport, visas, or any government issued photo identification.
Recommendation Letters: Strongly recommend two recommendation letters attesting to your Christian maturity, character, and academic competence.
Transfer of CreditA maximum of 90 semester units of credit may be transferred to the bachelor’s degree program.
College Level Examination Program (CLEP): A student who has earned a minimum score of 500 on the General Examinations can be awarded credit for each examination. A maximum of 30 credits may be granted for CLEP.
Graduation RequirementsSuccessful completion of 120 semester units (1,920 clock hours) of study is required. The normal time necessary to complete the program is 4 years.
A minimum of 2.0 cumulative grade point average.
Course Requirements
General Education
45 Semester Units

(3 units per course)
COM 110 Inter-Personal Communication
COM 120 Public Speaking
ENG 101 Business English
ENG 102 English Composition
HIST 101 Western Civilization I
HIST 102 Western Civilization II
IT 117 Introduction to Computer & Information Processing
LIT 101 Literature
MATH 116 Business Math
MATH 118 Statistics
NSC 150 Introduction to Natural Science
PSCI 110 Introduction to Political Science
PSCI 120 U.S. Government
PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology
SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology
Core Courses
60 Semester Units

(3 units per course)
BUS 200 Library Research Methods
BUS 201 Introduction to Business
BUS 202 Human Behavior in Organization
BUS 210 Principles of Macroeconomics
BUS 215 Principles of Microeconomics
BUS 220 Principles of Marketing
BUS 225 Principles of Accounting I
BUS 226 Principles of Accounting II
BUS 230 Business Law
BUS 235 Principles of Management
BUS 240 Managerial Accounting
BUS 247 Financial Statement Analysis
BUS 260 Human Resources
BUS 270 Operations Management
BUS 280 Principles of Entrepreneurship
BUS 290 Production Management
BUS 300 International Business
BUS 310 Retail Marketing
BUS 320 Business Ethics
BUS 330 Business Communication
Electives
15 Semester Units

(3 units per course)
BUS 350 Introduction to e-Business
ECON 300 Money and Banking
FIN 420 Financial Institutions
FIN 430 Investments
MGT 370 Office Management
MGT 380 Introduction to Project Management
MGT 385 Organizational Leadership
MGT 387 Conflict Management
MKT 310 Pricing Strategies
MKT 400 Public Relations
Career Opportunities11-1020 General and Operations Managers, 11-1021 General Managers, 11-3010 Administrative Services Managers, 11-9000 Other Management Occupations, 13-1000 Business Operations Specialists, 13-1110 Management Analysts, 13-1111 Analysts, Business Management, 13-1190 Business Operations Specialists, Miscellaneous, 13-1199 Business Operations Specialists, All Other, 39-1020 First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers, 41-1012 First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers, 43-1010 First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers, 43-1011 Administrative Support Workers, First-Line Supervisors, 43-4171 Appointment Clerks, 43-6011 Administrative Assistants, Executive, 43-6014 Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive, 43-9060 Office Clerks, General, 43-9061 Office Assistants, 43-9000 Other Office and Administrative Support Workers, 43-9199 Office Support Workers, All Other, 51-1010 First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers, 51-1011 First-Line Supervisors of Operating Workers

Pre-Enrollment Disclosure