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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Management

Total Credit Hours: 121-122 | Time to Completion: Varies* | Tuition: $386 per credit hour**

The world of business is vibrant, fast-moving, and always growing. Indeed, pursuing a degree in business is one of the most sure-fire paths to building a reliable career. According to the National Association of Colleges Employers, salaries for business majors were in the range of more than $50,000 a year - and that's just to start. For those who succeed and rise in their organizations, those salary numbers only go up.

That's why a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Business Administration focusing on management can put you on a path to becoming a leader in the business world and having a lucrative and engaging career. If that's a path you'd like to follow, then Husson University's online B.S. in Business Administration-Management program is right for you.

Husson's carefully crafted curriculum is accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) and includes coursework in accounting, sales, supply chain management, small business management and more.

Our fully online management concentration will prepare you for a career in finance, sales, business administration, human resources, and more. You'll get the specialized skills and knowledge you need to start and career and thrive quickly, and our dedicated faculty and professors will help you make a successful transition to the workforce after graduation. Many are business professionals themselves, and they bring real-world management experience to the classroom as well as connections that can lead to jobs at prominent companies. With this business administration degree, you're truly preparing yourself to succeed.

If you're ready to take charge of your future, check out our degree course map below for an overview of the B.S. Business Administration – Management curriculum.

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*Time to completion varies based on allowable transfer credits from any prior undergraduate coursework. **All rates subject to change

Course Map

GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM

Core Skills (12-13 Credits)
EH 105 – College Writing
Math I Elective
Philosophical Elective
HE 111 – The Husson Experience
Natural & Social Science Core (12-13 credits)
MS 132 – Probability & Statistics
Lab Science Elective
Psychological/Sociological Elective
Historical Elective
Humanities Core (9 credits)
Literature Elective
Fine Arts Elective
Humanities Elective
Perspectives (9 credits)

CORE BUSINESS COURSES

AC 121 Principles of Accounting I
AC 211 Managerial Accounting
BA 101 Introduction to Business
BA 111 Economic Geography
BA 201 Business Law I
BA 202 Business Law II
BA 211 Microeconomics
BA 212 Macroeconomics
BA 245 Marketing Fundamentals
BA 302 Business Ethics
BA 310 Organization and Management
BA 311 Human Resource Management
BA 351 Internship
BA 362 Financial Management I
BA 401 Managerial Economics
BA 411 Organizational Behavior
BA 414 Business Strategy
BA 415 Business Strategy in Practice
BA 490 International Business
CM 100 Speech
IT 111 Introduction to Microcomputing
IT 214 Spreadsheets

MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION COURSES

AC 122 Principles of Accounting II
BA 271 Risk Management
BA 375 Supply Chain Management
BA 422 Sales and Sales Management
BA 425 Marketing Management
BA 440 Small Business Management
BA 442 Small Business Management II