Business Administration, B.A.S. - Management
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What is Management?
Management professionals enjoy a people-oriented career and the challenge of making decisions that impact the success of a business. They generally work in areas such as department stores, service industries, financial institutions, non-profit organizations, hotels and restaurants, manufacturing firms, government agencies, and the healthcare industry.
The concentration in Management is designed to train broadly competent administrators for service in a wide variety of organizations. The prime objective of the program is to develop future managers who are knowledgeable, adaptive, ethical, and capable of exceeding the performance expectations of today’s fast-paced workplace. Management majors will learn leadership skills that will enable them to direct and develop competent and satisfied employees. This concentration provides an excellent foundation for further study in graduate and professional programs.
The Bachelor of Applied Science degree is designed for transfer students with an AAS degree, this program may be completed entirely online.
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Management Human Resource
Management Bank Management
Suggested Course of Study
B.A.S. in Business Administration - Management
General Education Requirements
(35 Semester Hours)
See Undergraduate Bulletin
Career and Technical Transfer
(Maximum 40 Semester Hours)
(46 Semester Hours)
BU 105 Fundamentals of Success in Business
BQA 170 Statistical Analysis for Business
ACC 211 Principles of Accounting I
ACC 212 Principles of Accounting II
EC 201 Principles of Economics I or EC 202 Principles of Economics II
PLG 241 Legal Environment of Business
MIS 300 Introduction to Information Systems
FIN 355 Business Finance
MGT 381 Principles of Management
MKT 361 Principles of Marketing
BU 460 Senior Seminar in Business
15 Hours of Management Electives
(Must be at the 300 level or above: excluding MGT 381)
(Other accepted courses: MKT 365, MKT 490, MIS 330)
BAS Majors require a minimum of 121 credit hours to graduate. No more than 90 hours of these hours may be earned at a community college. Community college transfer students must earn at least 25% of their hours from MUW. MUW does not award credit for technical or vocational courses except in the B.A.S program.
This curriculum sheet is a sample and is intended to be a tentative guideline for the order in which courses should be taken to fulfill the requirements of the major.