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Bachelor's Degree Program

Program Overview

Advance your knowledge of Business Management, as well as accounting, finance, marketing, operations, service management, and effective interpersonal relationships. Master the latest Microsoft Office Suite and related technology advances such as online portfolios and the use of social media in business. Graduates are prepared for a range of positions in various industries.

Career Possibilities

  • Office Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Regional Manager

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High school grad year or G.E.D.

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Bachelor of Science Degree

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management (MGTB) program is designed to prepare students with an associate degree in any field to acquire a broad range of knowledge and skills needed to be successful managers or small business owners in a variety of fields.

The BS program in Business Management emphasizes a blend of technical, analytical and people skills. Students practice in labs to simulate what they will be doing in the typical workplace, with particular focus on technology and interpersonal communication. Courses are delivered in a combination of face-to-face and online learning experiences, reflecting today’s workplace.

The program provides education and hands-on training in management and leadership, accounting, finance, marketing, operations and project management. Students improve their skills in teamwork and presenting information effectively, and participate in simulations to practice negotiation, customer service and sales, and employee supervision. An emphasis on technical skills, such as analyzing data, includes exploring the latest applications for organizational productivity. Students develop entrepreneurial skills needed to start and manage a small business.

The BS program in Business Management also provides opportunities for students in specific fields –automotive service/transportation, or healthcare/respiratory care - to concentrate on management topics specific to those fields through a set of courses focused on these industries.

Graduates of the Business Management (MGTB) program may be qualified to work in positions such as business analyst, accounting or operations analyst, project manager, department supervisor, marketing analyst, customer service manager, or business owner.

Graduates of the Business Management program with the Automotive Service/Transportation Management (MGTT) concentration will be prepared to seek entry- to mid-level positions such as general service manager, sales manager, service writer, parts manager, warranty administrator, fleet manager, collision repair production manager, and marina and boatyard manager.

Graduates of the Business Management program with the Healthcare Management/Respiratory Care (MGTH) concentration will prepare for leadership and managerial roles in the health care field, for advanced clinical practice, or for graduate study.

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Bachelor of Science Degree

Program Mission, Goals and Outcomes

Program Mission

The Business Management (MGT BS) Program is designed to empower students to develop the management knowledge, interpersonal skills, and analytical tools to prepare for leadership and managerial roles. Graduates are prepared to thrive within and make significant contributions to diverse organizations operating in dynamic environments.

 Program Goals

  1. Provide an environment and learning opportunities that encourage students to acquire and practice technical, analytical, and soft skills to become an effective contributor or mid-level professional in various organizational settings or prepare to run a small business.
  2. Develop a student’s ability to use the language of business to communicate clearly and appropriately, apply critical thinking and creative problem solving, and be able to incorporate and adapt to new concepts, ideas, and evolving technologies.
  3. Instill within each student an awareness of and desire to be a life-long learner and to contribute to their profession and society at large through the development of a professional and personal ethic that demands technically, environmentally, and socially responsible decision making.
  4. Provide opportunities for associate degree graduates to further their studies to prepare for managerial roles in specific industries, including automotive service/transportation and healthcare/respiratory therapy.

Additional Program Goal for Automotive Service/ Transportation Management (MGTT) concentration

  1. Provide opportunities for students to pursue focused coursework to prepare to manage service operations in automotive dealerships or other transportation-related management roles.

Additional Program Goal for Healthcare Management/Respiratory Care (MGTH) concentration

  1. Provide opportunities for allied health students and practitioners to pursue coursework in healthcare management to build on existing skills and prepare either to assume expanded managerial responsibilities in health care organizations, start a new practice, pursue graduate studies, or advance their clinical practice in respiratory care.

 Program Outcomes

Graduates of this program will be able to:

  1. Communicate effectively and professionally through non-verbal, verbal, and written communications, using the language of business appropriately, to develop and strengthen stakeholder relationships.
  2. Develop and employ interpersonal skills to enhance teamwork, efficiency, productivity, and organizational culture.
  3. Apply critical thinking to analyze data, supported by technology, to make evidence-based decisions to resolve increasingly complex and rapidly evolving business challenges.
  4. Use best practices in management to plan, organize, and control organizational resources effectively to support organizational strategy while leading people to achieve objectives.
  5. Advocate and apply legal and ethical behavior and decision-making to foster social responsibility in diverse and multi-cultural environments.
  6. Invest in life-long learning to develop personal, management, and leadership skills that benefit diverse stakeholders including the individual, the organization, the customer, and society.

Additional Outcomes for Healthcare Management

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of foundational knowledge pertinent to healthcare management and its practical application in the healthcare industry.
  2. Build on existing skills to assume expanded managerial responsibilities in healthcare-related organizations.

Respiratory Care Track Only

  1. Use advanced cardiopulmonary assessment, diagnostic, therapeutic, and management strategies to develop holistic patient care plans across the continuum of healthcare.

Additional Outcomes for Automotive Service/ Transportation Management

  1. Understand and adapt proactively to the rapid evolution of the connected technologies that support new transportation products and services and the mobility ecosystem.
  2. Operate in or manage a facility according to safety, compliance, and environmental rules and regulations, including OSHA, EPA, etc.

Bachelor of Science Degree

Common Courses

MGM 310 Product and Service Marketing
MGM 313 Human Resource Management
MGM 332 Customer Relations and Sales
MGM 333 Organizational Behavior
MGM 422 Small Business Management
MGM 445 Negotiation
EN 322 Argumentative Research Writing (recommended) or EN 331 Research Writing in the Social Sciences
MA 300 Statistics
MA 301 Math for Management Studies


Business Management

MGM 315 Accounting and Financial Reporting & MGM 336 Data Analysis with Spreadsheets OR MGM 338 Advanced Data Analysis & Management Elective
MGM 320 Business Presentations
MGM 330 Managerial Accounting
MGM 346 Project Management
MGM 426 Operations Management
MGM 430 Financial Management
MGM 450 Career Leadership
MGM 467 Entrepreneurship
MGM 490 Strategic Management

Business Management Electives

AUT 302 Service Management Operations
AUT 306 Environmental Health and Safety
AUT 404 Legal Issues & the Dealership
AUT 415 Warranty Administration and Inventory Management
DMP 322 Digital Production for Business Management
HCM 312 Introduction to Healthcare Management
HCM 411 Healthcare Finance and Budgeting
HCM 435 Healthcare Ethics and Leadership
MGM 348 Health and Wellness Management
MGM 375 Information Systems Management
MGM 460 Investments
MGM 487 Non-Profit Management
MGM 488 Management Seminar
MGM 493 Strategic Research
MGM 496 Bachelor Internship OR Management Elective


Business Management with Automotive Service/Transportation Management Concentration

AUT 302 Service Management Operations
AUT 306 Environmental Health and Safety
AUT 321 Industry Software Applications
AUT 404 Legal Issues & the Dealership
AUT 415 Warranty Administration and Inventory Management
EC 301 The Global Economy
EN 421 Technical Communications
MGM 315 Accounting and Financial Reporting
MGM 330 Managerial Accounting
MGM 336 Data Analysis with Spreadsheets
MGM 450 Career Leadership
MGM 346 Project Management OR MGM 467 Entrepreneurship

Business Management with Automotive Service/Transportation Management Concentration Electives

AUT 410 Senior Internship
DMP 322 Digital Production for Business Management
MGM 320 Business Presentations
MGM 346 Project Management
MGM 348 Health and Wellness Management
MGM 375 Information Systems Management
MGM 460 Investments
MGM 467 Entrepreneurship
MGM 487 Non-Profit Management


Business Management with Healthcare Management Concentration (with Respiratory Care Option)

HCM 312 Introduction to Healthcare Management
HCM 411 Healthcare Finance and Budgeting
HCM 435 Healthcare Ethics and Leadership
MGM 336 Data Analysis with Spreadsheets OR MGM 338 Advanced Data Analysis
MGM 315 Accounting and Financial Reporting OR Management Elective
MGM 467 Entrepreneurship OR RC 426 Advanced Cardiopulmonary Management 1 OR Management Elective
MGM 487 Non-Profit Management
MGM 496 Bachelor Internship OR RC 436 Advanced Cardiopulmonary Management 2 OR Management Elective

Business Management with Healthcare Management Concentration (without Respiratory Care Option)

DMP 322 Digital Production for Business Management
MGM 320 Business Presentations
MGM 330 Managerial Accounting
MGM 348 Health and Wellness Management
MGM 375 Information Systems Management
MGM 430 Financial Management
MGM 450 Career Leadership
MGM 460 Investments
MGM 467 Entrepreneurship
MGM 488 Management Seminar
MGM 493 Strategic Research

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