Successful managers understand the functioning components of their organization: employees, production, customer needs, operational needs, etc. The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with an emphasis in management/organizational studies will provide you with a deep understanding of these core components
- This emphasis examines the relationships formed in organizations and equips graduates with the skills required for effective communication and personnel management.
- Optional courses discuss international business, organizational development, operations research and nonprofit management.
With this emphasis, you will be prepared for placement and advancement in organizations of any size as a candidate for management positions, supervising operations, human resources and development in for-profit and nonprofit businesses.
Required Courses (12 Units)
|MGT-360||Human Resource Management||3|
Elective Courses (6 Units)
Select two of the following:
|LEAD-405||Leadership Concepts and Practice||3|
|MKT-307||Advertising and Promotion||3|
|BUS-486||Topics in Business||3|
Required Capstone Course (3 Units)
|BUS-482||Seminar in Business Strategy||3|