Bachelor's Degree in International Business Management in North America

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International Business Management

A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.

An international business management course can prepare students from various backgrounds for a career in international business. Whether an individual has extensive business or management experience or is looking to venture into the job market, this course provides helpful knowledge that can aid individuals in pursuing their desired business careers.

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Business Admin & Mgmt (BS)

CBT College - Miami
Campus Full time September 2017 Peru Venezuela USA Miami Colombia + 2 more

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management (BSBM) at CBT College offers an applied approach to earning a Bachelor degree. Our students are introduced to concepts and techniques that prepare them for employment in the global marketplace. CBT College’s hands-on teaching approach ensures that graduates are prepared with the required, critical thinking and analytical skills needed to be a successful leader. [+]

Bachelors in International Business Management in North America 2017. The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management (BSBM) at CBT College offers an applied approach to earning a Bachelor degree. Our students are introduced to concepts and techniques that prepare them for employment in the global marketplace. CBT College’s hands-on teaching approach ensures that graduates are prepared with the required, critical thinking and analytical skills needed to be a successful leader. Students successfully completing this program will be able to communicate clearly using business and management terminology, apply human resource concepts in managing personnel and make financially responsible decisions; thus, allowing them to serve as a leaders in a variety of business settings. The Business Administration & Management program offers students the option to specialize in one of three prominent fields in business including: International Business E-Commerce Entrepreneurship Overview The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management (BSBM) at CBT College offers an applied approach to earning a Bachelor degree. Our students are introduced to concepts and techniques that prepare them for employment in the global marketplace. CBT College’s hands-on teaching approach ensures that graduates are prepared with the required, critical thinking and analytical skills needed to be a successful leader. Objective Students successfully completing this program will be able to communicate clearly using business and management terminology, apply human resource concepts in managing personnel and make financially responsible decisions; thus, allowing them to serve as a leaders in a variety of business settings. Outcomes A Bachelor degree in Business from CBT College prepares you for employment opportunities in a variety of business organizations as well as government agencies. Salaries for these positions will vary greatly depending on the location and nature of the business. Outlook A degree in business offers graduates great job opportunities. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for graduates with a degree in business is predicted to rise by 12 percent over the next few years. Now is the perfect time to enroll in the Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and Management at CBT College. [-]

Bachelor of International Business Management - taught in Spanish

University of Veracruz - Universidad Veracruzana
Campus July 2017 Mexico Veracruz

Note: This Bachelor of International Business Management program is taught in Spanish only. Los mercados internacionales requieren profesionales que brinden soluciones estratégicas a los retos y problemáticas a las que se enfrentan las empresas globales. El objetivo general del programa es formar profesionistas con conocimientos, habilidades y actitudes que les permitan enfrentar los retos del entorno económico nacional e internacional y adaptarse a los cambios del mismo, a través de la planeación y dirección de organizaciones públicas o privadas relacionadas con los diversos ámbitos del comercio internacional que operen bajo un marco legal. [+]

Programa en Administración de Negocios Internacionales Facultad de Ciencias Administrativas y Sociales Note: This Bachelor of International Business Management program is taught in Spanish only. Los mercados internacionales requieren profesionales que brinden soluciones estratégicas a los retos y problemáticas a las que se enfrentan las empresas globales. El objetivo general del programa es formar profesionistas con conocimientos, habilidades y actitudes que les permitan enfrentar los retos del entorno económico nacional e internacional y adaptarse a los cambios del mismo, a través de la planeación y dirección de organizaciones públicas o privadas relacionadas con los diversos ámbitos del comercio internacional que operen bajo un marco legal. Preparamos profesionales para: Brindar consultaría en cobertura de riesgos financieros a través de la participación de las empresas en los mercados de derivados u otro tipo de instrumentos empleados en el mercado de valores. Analizar las diferencias culturales para generar estrategias para mercados tanto nostálgicos como regionales, Adaptar los procesos de comercialización internacional al cada vez mayor comercio de servicios y de bases de datos, Diseñar estrategias con un alto nivel de conciencia en busca de que la comercialización internacional respete la biodiversidad y fomente cuestiones de reciclaje, protección al ambiente, aprovechamiento y renovación de recursos, Realizar la logística para el suministro de bienes y servicios en tiempo y forma en los mercados internacionales. Responsabilidad social Este programa esta diseñado para que los estudiantes adquieran la capacidad de análisis de las diferencias culturales para generar estrategias con un alto nivel de conciencia en busca de que la comercialización internacional respete la biodiversidad y fomente cuestiones de reciclaje, protección al ambiente, aprovechamiento y renovación de recursos, y establezcan la logística para el suministro de bienes y servicios en tiempo y forma en los mercados internacionales. Perfil de ingreso El aspirante a ingresar al programa deberá contar con: Conocimientos Matemáticas básicas Manejo básico de paquetería computacional Nociones de derecho positivo Fundamentos de Administración Metodología de investigación Inglés básico Habilidades Comprensión de textos Análisis y síntesis de información Redacción y comunicación verbal Creatividad Actitudes Interés en la obtención del conocimiento Respeto por las personas y sus formas de pensar Interés por el cuidado y preservación del medio ambiente Compromiso social Alto sentido ético Superación personal Colaboración Constancia y disciplina Perfil de egreso Al egresar, el profesional contará con las siguientes competencias: Planear y organizar funciones administrativas dentro de empresas de comercio exterior Realizar exitosamente operaciones de importación y/o exportación de mercancías y servicios Desarrollar estrategias de competitividad internacional para las empresas nacionales. Realizar investigaciones de mercado internacional para que las empresas puedan participar exitosamente en dichos mercados. Identificar las interacciones de los agentes económicos a través de las dinámicas de los mercados nacionales e internacionales para llevar a cabo alternativas de solución a las diferentes organizaciones. Conocer el sistema financiero y monetario internacional para interpretar las relaciones comerciales entre los países que les permitan incursionar exitosamente en los mercados internacionales mediante el uso de los diferentes instrumentos financieros que existen. Interpretar la participación del país en las interacciones comerciales e integración de mercados que la globalización establece Interpretar los problemas internacionales a través de un análisis complejo de las relaciones internacionales que inciden en los mercados que les permita plantear diferentes escenarios a las empresas que incursionan en los mercados internacionales Comprender la cultura de los países para adaptar los productos y servicios que ofrecen las empresas a los diferentes mercados. Conocer y aplicar la normatividad nacional e internacional en materia de comercio exterior, principalmente la legislación aduanera mexicana en el marco de las importaciones y exportaciones. Mapa curricular completo Da click aquí para conocer todas las experiencias educativas que incluye el programa (VINCULO A ARCHIVO PDF – “MAPACURRICULAR.PDF) Ubicación El programa se imparte en la Facultad de Ciencias Administrativas de la Universidad Veracruzana ubicada en la Ciudad de Xalapa, Veracruz. México. Duración Ocho semestres. Costo Examen de admisión (nacionalidad extranjera): $2,103 PMX Inscripción a licenciatura (Nacionalidad extranjera): $2,000 PMX Expedición de credencial: $25.00 PMX http://www.uv.mx/fcas Última actualización: Febrero, 2016 [-]

Bachelor in General Business

University of Nevada, Reno
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Reno

The General Business major expands on the strong business foundation developed in the pre-business and upper-division business coursework. The purpose of the major is to provide an option for students who are limited by work or other obligations in scheduling coursework by allowing students to complete major-related coursework during more flexibly-scheduled evening classes. [+]

Bachelors in International Business Management in North America 2017. The General Business major expands on the strong business foundation developed in the pre-business and upper-division business coursework. The purpose of the major is to provide an option for students who are limited by work or other obligations in scheduling coursework by allowing students to complete major-related coursework during more flexibly-scheduled evening classes. The general business major expands on the strong business foundation developed in the pre-business and upper-division business coursework. The major requires completion of the pre-business core and upper-division business core courses required by other BS-BA (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration) majors, in addition to 24 credits of recommended upper-division business coursework from various business areas. The major requires a total of 128 credits. Related Degrees and Programs Business Administration, Minor [-]

Bachelor of Business Administration

University of Southern Indiana
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Evansville

USI's business administration program brings the real world into the classroom. Our bachelor's degree in business administration emphasizes practical knowledge along with business theory. You'll take challenging, engaging business administration courses that provide a real-world perspective, while developing marketable business administration skills that employers seek in new hires. [+]

USI's business administration program brings the real world into the classroom. Our bachelor's degree in business administration emphasizes practical knowledge along with business theory. You'll take challenging, engaging business administration courses that provide a real-world perspective, while developing marketable business administration skills that employers seek in new hires. USI business administration students have an excellent record of job placement and graduate school admission. USI's business administration degree gets results in the job market. While pursuing your bachelor's degree in business administration from USI's accredited business program you will: Attend small, student-centered classes. Be able to customize your educational experience by pursuing a track or an area of interest. Receive personalized attention from caring faculty members. Complete high-quality internships that yield many hours of workplace experience. Get a business administration bachelor's degree from a high-quality, AACSB-accredited business school. In the classroom, you'll work with real-life business administration case studies and have the chance to test your ideas by participating in extracurricular programs such as: Maxwell Leadership Development Program Ideation Challenge Startup Weekend Technology Commercialization Academy Intercollegiate business competitions Majors Business Administration Entrepreneurship/Small Business General Business International Business Accounting & Professional Services Economics Finance Management Marketing Programme description [-]

Bachelor (BAS) Business and Organizational Management (with optional concentrations)

College of Central Florida
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Ocala Lecanto Chiefland + 1 more

CF offers a Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management as well five specializations. [+]

Bachelors in International Business Management in North America 2017. CF offers a Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management as well five specializations. For course offerings by term. Agribusiness Management Health Care Management Logistics and Supply Chain Management Management Information Systems Agribusiness specialization The Agribusiness specialization under the Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management degree enables students to develop supervisory skills and knowledge for farm and agricultural development and in support of business and other farm-related organizations. This program is designed for students with an associate degree in fields such as agriculture, equine, landscape and horticulture, and animal science. A grade of C or better is required in all technical, program core and program specialization courses, and all courses used to satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement. Students transferring into baccalaureate programs with an A.A. degree or higher do not need to meet our general education requirements with the exception of college level English and Gordon rule math. These students must have successfully completed, with a grade of C or better, at least one college level English and one Gordon rule math course. General education courses must total 36 credits. The A.A. or higher degree must be from an accredited institution but can be public, private and/or out of state. Additional coursework may be required for students transferring into B.A.S. programs with an A.S. or A.A.S. degree. Health Care Management specialization The Health Care Management specialization enables students to develop skills and knowledge for health organizations such as hospitals and all other providers of health care. The focus of the specialization is on the supervisory skills needed for advancement in the field of health care for clinicians, new and mid-level managers. A grade of C or better is required in all technical, program core and program specialization courses, and all courses used to satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement. Students transferring into baccalaureate programs with an A.A. degree or higher do not need to meet our general education requirements with the exception of college level English and Gordon rule math. These students must have successfully completed, with a grade of C or better, at least one college level English and one Gordon rule math course. General education courses must total 36 credits. The A.A. or higher degree must be from an accredited institution but can be public, private and/or out of state. Additional coursework may be required for students transferring into B.A.S. programs with an A.S. or A.A.S. degree. General Education/Technical Specialization Courses Courses in this section will be comprised of those General Education or area-related Technical Specialization courses needed to fulfill the requirements of the program. These courses will vary based on the student's associate-level coursework. Students will work with their advisor to choose the necessary coursework for their program. The Health Care Management specialization requires students to take 21 credits of technical courses. The technical course options include: any business course, any course with a prefix of HIM, HSA or HSC, or any health care course leading to licensure (DEA, EMS, DES, PHT, NUR or STS) Logistics and Supply Chain Management specialization The Logistics and Supply Chain Management specialization under the Business and Organizational Management Bachelor of Applied Science degree prepares students for entry into a career in procurement, warehouse management, logistics, or the supply chain workforce. The program develops knowledge, skills and abilities that help students to understand management, finance and budgets in the supply chain industry. A grade of C or better is required in all technical, program core and program specialization courses, and all courses used to satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement. Students transferring into baccalaureate programs with an A.A. degree or higher do not need to meet our general education requirements with the exception of college level English and Gordon rule math. These students must have successfully completed, with a grade of C or better, at least one college level English and one Gordon rule math course. General education courses must total 36 credits. The A.A. or higher degree must be from an accredited institution but can be public, private and/or out of state. Additional coursework may be required for students transferring into B.A.S. programs with an A.S. or A.A.S. degree. Management Information Systems Specialization The Management Information Systems Specialization of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management is designed to prepare individuals for employment in areas related to Information Systems. Managers of MIS are found in many places from hospitals to banks to transportation companies. The courses in this degree program are taught by professionals with real world MIS experience and provide students with a foundation in the importance of MIS, the information technology used to support an information system, how to use an information system for a competitive advantage and how to manage an information system. Graduates of this program will be able to: Communicate effectively in both verbal and written formats. Understand and apply ethical standards for the implementation of MIS. Identify and manage business processes used in information systems. Analyze organizational strategy and the competitive advantages gained through proper implementation of an information system Demonstrate knowledge of the technology, both hardware and software, used in support of MIS. Understand how to collect, organize and store information in support of MIS. Identify uses for cloud based systems. Understand the process for creating an information system. Understand cyber threats and information security management. Demonstrate employable skills. [-]

Bachelor in Hospitality Management

University of Central Missouri
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Warrensburg

UCM's Hospitality Management program offers you educational experiences that will help you address the challenges of business and develop the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career. [+]

UCM's Hospitality Management program offers you educational experiences that will help you address the challenges of business and develop the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career. Why choose Hospitality Management at UCM? The program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, Management continues to be among the top 10 majors in the Midwest. This program offers numerous scholarship opportunities. What will I study? In the Hospitality Management program, you'll be given the opportunity to develop the skills and attitude required for serving others and implementing decisions. You'll focus on the management, marketing and strategies of business. Courses include: Human Resource Management International Management Tourism Marketing Organizational Policy and Strategy What can I do with a degree in Hospitality Management? Conference Coordinator Executive Vice President Food and Beverage Director General Manager Purchasing Manager How can I get involved outside the classroom? At UCM, we value engaging learning experiences that include student involvement and service-learning projects. In Hospitality Management, you have the opportunity to be involved in the Hospitality Management Association. [-]

Bachelor in Business Management

Colorado State University Pueblo
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Colorado Springs

The undergraduate Business Management major permits students to select one emphasis as a specialty area. The knowledge and skills acquired with the major in Business Management can be used in a number of areas, including human resource and operations management. The Business Management major with Information Technology Emphasis prepares students for careers in managing technology in modern organizations. The Business Management major with a Marketing Emphasis prepares the graduate to successfully promote and sell goods and services. [+]

Bachelors in International Business Management in North America 2017. The undergraduate Business Management major permits students to select one emphasis as a specialty area. The knowledge and skills acquired with the major in Business Management can be used in a number of areas, including human resource and operations management. The Business Management major with Information Technology Emphasis prepares students for careers in managing technology in modern organizations. The Business Management major with a Marketing Emphasis prepares the graduate to successfully promote and sell goods and services. Goals for Business Management Major Students must demonstrate core business knowledge or skills in: Organization concepts including various design arrangements; Human resource management to include effective practices or recruitments, training and development, appraisal, compensation, and motivation; Interpersonal relationships and effective small-group project management. [-]

Bachelor in Business Management

Millikin University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 USA Decatur

This degree area focuses on using human, financial, technology, and material resources to meet organizational goals. Managers must be skilled in planning, organizing, leading, and controlling these resources. [+]

Program Highlights This degree area focuses on using human, financial, technology, and material resources to meet organizational goals. Managers must be skilled in planning, organizing, leading, and controlling these resources. The Management major prepares students to manage challenges and leverage opportunities in a contemporary, changing, and global business environment. Students majoring in Management lead in teams, develop decision-making skills, and demonstrate their abilities through competition. Students gain these experiences through their hands-on class projects, internships, and global experiences. Program outcomes for students Develop highly sought after job related skills involving relationship building, teamwork, written and oral communication, and critical thinking. Demonstrate analytical skills (verbal and written) for decision making under uncertainty and incompetitive environments. Discover how to leverage personal, team, and organizational competencies to optimize performance. Demonstrate knowledge of leadership with an appreciation for ethical, cultural, and global influences. Apply management theories and concepts in real-world organizations and situations. Practice your skills in one of our student-run businesses Students can serve as business specialists, working with organizations to solve business problems. Millikin Accounting Association ACM CEO Collegiate DECA Tabor Advisory Council Our Mission The Tabor School of Business creates opportunities for students to perform and compete, early and often, to build the confidence to succeed. We expect commitment, hard work, accountability, and honesty. Tabor Focus Students learn and develop successful business practices. Students will be better prepared for their career path when they perform what they have learned. Performance Learning projects include student-run ventures, small business consulting teams, client projects, internships, auditing projects, business plans, student-managed investment fund, and numerous other opportunities to demonstrate their learning. Tabor students develop skills and attitudes needed to compete and succeed in the workplace by: Doing in-field work early and often. Customizing their experience by learning marketable skills through certificates. Take an optional fifth year and complete a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA). The four year experience Tabor students have an integrated experience with companion learning labs that tie key components together. The four year experience involves: Year 1: Early Business Engagement Year 2: Sharpened Thinking and Enhanced Communication Year 3: Expertise Building, Management, and Leadership Year 4: Demonstrating Mastery Key outcomes Students who major in Tabor: Develop a personal brand and vision. Create business plans and assess risk. Use spreadsheet, word processing, database, and project management software to get work done. Prepare financial statements and communicate financial information. Use financial and statistical information to make decisions. Create and deliver formal written reports and oral business presentations, lead meetings, and engage in professional conversations. Work with third parties in the community early and often. Develop strategic plans. [-]

Bachelor in Music Business

Greenville College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Greenville

The constantly changing climate of the music business serves as the backdrop for the Music Business Major. Students learn by studying a wide range of topics, including Copyright, Record Contracts, Music Publishing, Artists Management, Record Company Operations, Internet Marketing and Distribution and International Music Business. [+]

Bachelors in International Business Management in North America 2017. The constantly changing climate of the music business serves as the backdrop for the Music Business Major. Students learn by studying a wide range of topics, including Copyright, Record Contracts, Music Publishing, Artists Management, Record Company Operations, Internet Marketing and Distribution and International Music Business. Greenville College has served as the launching pad for numerous producers, managers and promoters. The Music Business Major is designed to combine real-life work experience with classroom instruction in order to prepare graduates for entry and mid-level careers. Career opportunities for outstanding Music Business majors include positions at major and independent companies in areas such as commercial and independent music production, booking, artists and business management, marketing, promotion, publicity, music publishing and entertainment law. Graduates also pursue a variety of entrepreneurial opportunities as business owners and independent contractors. Entrance Requirements Greenville College admits students who desire to achieve a liberal arts education in an evangelical Christian context. Members of this community are either committed to Christ or are sympathetic to the Christian perspective. Applicants are evaluated by consideration of their academic record, test scores, references, interviews, and participation in extracurricular activities. To be considered for admission, students must submit the following: A completed Application for Admission, including full responses to the application essays High School Transcripts College Transcripts (if the student has attended any colleges previously) ACT or SAT scores (required only of entering freshmen and transfer students with fewer than 30 college credits) References (only if requested by the Admissions Committee) The Admissions Office reviews each file individually, so all students who desire to study at Greenville College should complete the application process. However, the Greenville College Faculty have established guidelines by which admission decisions are generally made, which are: Freshmen: Completed a college preperatory curriculum in high school Ranked in the top 50% of the high school class ACT composite of 18, or SAT (Math + Critical Reading) of 860 High School GPA of at least 2.25/4.0 Transfers: Completed at least 12 transferrable college credits College GPA of at least 2.25/4.0 Note: If a student has completed fewer than 30 college credits, then the high school record and test scores are also used to determine admission. Note: If a student is not a native English speaker, then the college will consider the TOEFEL in lieu of the ACT or SAT for a freshman and may require the TOEFEL for a transfer student. An exact course distribution is not required, but the College recommends at least eleven of the minimum sixteen units earned be in college preparatory subjects. It is highly recommended that entering students have: four years of English in high school one year each in algebra and geometry two years of foreign language at least one of year of laboratory science one year of American history. However, each candidate will be evaluated on the basis of the individual credentials presented to the College in support of the application. *Special Note: A student pursuing an education degree with Greenville College who submits a composite score of 22 on the ACT (the composite score must include the writing portion of the test) will be able to use their composite ACT in lieu of the TAP/Illinois Basic Skills test. Note that the ACT composite score must be submitted during the admission process to Greenville College. Greenville College admits students on a rolling basis, so there is no specific application deadline. Students receive notification of admission within two weeks after their admission file is complete. The Admissions Committee reserves the right to request a personal, on-campus interview with an applicant before making the final admissions decision. Greenville College has the right to refuse admission or readmission for any student at its discretion. The college does not discriminate in its educational programs or activities on the basis of handicap, race, creed, color, sex or national origin which is in full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the laws of the State of Illinois. Career Opportunities Booking Agent Band Manager Record Label Employee Venue Operator Production Manager at Venue [-]

Bachelor in Business (First two years)

Southwestern Oregon Community College
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 USA Coos Bay

The Associate of Science/Oregon Transfer Business (ASOT-BUS) is a degree that is intended to prepare students for transfer into a baccalaureate business program at an Oregon University System (OUS) institution. Students who receive this degree will have met all lower division general education requirements of that institution's baccalaureate degree programs. [+]

The Associate of Science/Oregon Transfer Business (ASOT-BUS) is a degree that is intended to prepare students for transfer into a baccalaureate business program at an Oregon University System (OUS) institution. Students who receive this degree will have met all lower division general education requirements of that institution's baccalaureate degree programs. Students transferring with this degree will have junior standing for registration purposes. Admission to the business school/program of any OUS institution is not guaranteed upon completion of the ASOT-BUS degree. It is strongly recommended that students review the list of university-specific prerequisites and recommendations and contact the specific OUS institution business school/program early in the first year of their ASOTBUS program at Southwestern to be advised about additional requirements and procedures for admission consideration to the OUS institution and the business school/program. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Complete a minimum of 90 credit hours and all courses must be passed with a grade of 'C' or better. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better. Twenty-four (24) credits must be completed at Southwestern before the ASOT-BUS degree is awarded. Successfully complete the following: Courses (except for elective credits) must be selected from the list of approved courses for the ASOT-BUS, see page 23. The list is available on the following pages and in Admissions, the Student First Stop Center, Educational Support Programs and Services (ESPS) or from the program advisor. Students may take any college-level course that would bring total credits to 90 quarter hours including up to 12 credits of college designated Career and Technical Education courses. A maximum of nine (9) credits of PE185 may be applied to the ASOT-BUS degree. Courses that are developmental in nature, designed to prepare students for college transfer courses, are not applicable to this degree. Complete the graduation application process one term prior to the term of completion (e.g., spring term graduates must apply during winter term). UNIVERSITY - SPECIFIC PREREQUISITES AND RECOMMENDATIONS Eastern Oregon University: WR227 Technical Report Writing; The Business Law course for the ASOTBUS is required. Oregon Institute of Technology: The Business Law course for the ASOT-BUS is required. Recommendations: PSY201 Psychology, BUS215 Principles of Management (BAS206), BUS223 Principles of Marketing. Oregon State University: BA276 Intro to Statistical Inference, BA302 Business Process Management, BA260 Intro to Entrepreneurship, MTH241 Calculus for Biological / Management / Social Sciences, MTH245 Math for Biological/Management/Social Sciences, The Business Law course for the ASOT-BUS is required. Recommendations: Public Speaking or Argument Critical Discourse course like COMM111 or COMM114. Computer Applications course should emphasize spreadsheet content. Not all community colleges have direct equivalents to all OSU PreBusiness requirements. For further information, refer to articulation tables at OSU's website: http://oregonstate.edu/admissions/main/courseequivalencies-southwestern-ore-comm-college. Portland State University: CS106 Computing Fundamentals II; BA205 Business Communications Using Technology; STAT244 Introduction to Probability and Statistics II; COMM220 Public Speaking GPA: 3.0 overall transfer. Minimum 'C-' or better on pre-business courses. There is a GPA exception rule, for details, please contact the School of Business Administration (SBA) at PSU directly. All students must be admitted to the SBA in order to complete their degree. Southern Oregon University: BA226 Business Law, BA282 Applied Business Statistics. GPA: 2.0 overall and 2.5 in all business courses. Additionally, students must complete all required lower division classes with a grade of 'C-,' regardless of where the class was taken. Students must apply for admission to the Business School/Program. University of Oregon: BA240 Managing Business Information: Business Applications Software; MTH241, MTH242 Calculus for Business and Social Science I, II; MTH243 (and MTH244 if required for UO equivalency. Please consult an advisor.) Multicultural requirement; GPA: 2.90 overall and 2.75 in prebusiness core; student must apply for admission to the Business School/Program. The application process includes a writing assessment. Western Oregon University: The Business Law course for the ASOT-BUS is required as is MTH241 and MTH243. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Management

Potomac State College of West Virginia University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 USA Keyser

The Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree provides students who have completed an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program with an opportunity to continue their education to the baccalaureate level, acquiring additional skills and furthering their professional advancement... [+]

Bachelors in International Business Management in North America 2017. The Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree provides students who have completed an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program with an opportunity to continue their education to the baccalaureate level, acquiring additional skills and furthering their professional advancement. This state-wide degree program requires 41 credit-hours of upper division course work and 29 credit-hours in the Business Management area of emphasis. Articulation Agreements: graduates of the following degree programs will be admitted to the B.A.S. Business Management degree without loss of credit. Allegany College of Maryland: A.A.S. in Business Management Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College: A.A.S. in Business Management Requirements for Graduation In order to earn a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree with an emphasis in Business Management, a student must complete a minimum of 62 credit-hours of course work in addition to having completed an A.A.S. degree in Business Management, Business Technology, or Office Technology with a minimum of 62 credit-hours. AAS Degree hours General Education: 46 hours total (31included in AAS, plus 15 additional hours) Area of Emphasis: Business Management (all upper division hours) Electives: 18 hours (at least 12 must be upper division) Total Hours Required: 123 [-]

Bachelor in Business

Wheaton College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Norton

Our programs in business and management are an invitation to re-think business, management and education. We offer a major and a minor that ask you to go beyond the basics of finance, accounting and marketing with the breadth and depth of the liberal arts. In Wheaton's Business and Management Program, you will learn business and also actually apply what you learn. [+]

This is not business as usual. Our programs in business and management are an invitation to re-think business, management and education. We offer a major and a minor that ask you to go beyond the basics of finance, accounting and marketing with the breadth and depth of the liberal arts. In Wheaton's Business and Management Program, you will learn business and also actually apply what you learn. Through our concentrations, you will focus your studies in an area of interest. Explore international business. Consider corporate social responsibility. Examine the integration of business practices into non-profit organizations. Balance the demands of today’s marketplace with the need for a sustainable future. Tap into the emerging fields of data analysis and new media communications. And to put it all together, you will also apply classroom learning to the workplace through real consulting projects with for-profit and non-profit organizations, and internships. An approved Internship experience is a requirement of every Business and Management Major - though many students undertake multiple internships while in college. Career Services at the Filene Center can help you connect with internships and job opportunities. Major The business and management major includes ten core courses plus a three-course concentration and pre-approved internship to provide students with an understanding of the field’s main areas as well as the skills to apply academic knowledge in real-world settings. The core courses span the range of introducing the fundamentals of management; developing a knowledge base in areas such as microeconomics, macroeconomics, marketing, statistics, and accounting; enhancing understanding of organizational behavior; and applying principles of ethics. An internship in an organization will enhance the student’s classroom work and be incorporated into the capstone seminar, which allows the student to integrate learning from throughout the major. Each student will choose a concentration of three additional courses that, in the tradition of the liberal arts, will encourage students to explore the connections between business management and the larger questions raised by cultural, economic, historical, political, and social contexts. The three-course concentrations offer business majors an area of emphasis. The concentrations are broad and flexible enough to allow students to develop their own perspective on the world of organizations. [-]

Bachelor in Business

Hardin-Simmons University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Abilene

If you want to contribute meaningfully to the fulfillment of your organization’s purpose, you will need skills, and perhaps highly specialized skills. At Hardin-Simmons’ Kelley College of Business, you will have the opportunity to develop many of them. Some skills will be highly specific, like the ability to read financial statements. Others will be general, but even more important:The ability to read and be aware of subtle distinctions. The ability to write. The ability to manipulate numbers and information. [+]

Bachelors in International Business Management in North America 2017. Most people spend 30 to 50 years of their lives working in some type of organization – a church, a charity, a professional partnership, a corporation, or something else.You will probably do the same. All organizations exist to transform ideas into goods or services.They exist because the process of transformation is complex, and no one person can do it alone. Managers need to work with accountants. Marketing specialists need to work with managers of information systems. Lawyers need to work with everyone. If you want to contribute meaningfully to the fulfillment of your organization’s purpose, you will need skills, and perhaps highly specialized skills. At Hardin-Simmons’ Kelley College of Business, you will have the opportunity to develop many of them. Some skills will be highly specific, like the ability to read financial statements. Others will be general, but even more important: The ability to read and be aware of subtle distinctions. The ability to write. The ability to manipulate numbers and information. Business majors at HSU experience a rigorous academic program designed to prepare them for life in the business world. The Educational Testing Service regularly places our graduates in the top quintile of all business-school graduates nationwide. We thank you for your interest in Hardin-Simmons University’s Kelley College of Business, and we look forward to seeing you here. Sincerely, Michael L. Monhollon - Dean, Kelley College of Business Internship Program During a business student's experience at any university, the majority of learning and exposure to new concepts occurs in a traditional classroom setting. This is an important part of any student's education; it provides them a wealth of information that will enable them to perform deftly when they begin their post-graduation career. There, of course, is the rub - which is the task of parlaying their classroom experience into their first job. The Hardin-Simmons University Kelley College of Business Internship Program permits students to begin working in a business setting while still enrolled in the university. The benefit of such an experience is that students can begin to apply the knowledge they learn in the classroom before graduation. Not only does this experience allow students to gain upper division elective hours, but it also gives them an opportunity to determine what route they plan to follow in business upon graduation. Eligibility for the internship program: students must be enrolled in the Kelley College of Business students must have completed four semesters or at least 60 semester hours of credit toward a business degree students must carry a minimum 2.5 grade point average and meet any other requirements set by individual employers students must be recommended by their advisors for internship credit. Course credit: Students may petition the Kelley College of Business to earn three semester hours of college credit by meeting the following criteria: 1. maintain a journal relative to the job The journal that you keep while taking part in your internship should contain documentation of all tasks performed during the internship, specific experiences pertaining to your major and career field, and observations regarding information and practices that relate to what you have learned in the classroom. This journal will be included with your report as an appendix. 2. submit a typed report summarizing the internship The report is that heart of the internship. An internship bridges the worldplace with the classroom. The report is where you will demonstrate that you are able to link the job and classroom together. In the report, you are to identify how the internship experience relates to what he/she has learned in the classroom. It is important that the student talk about specific information learned in courses that was useful or used during the internship. The report should also include current events in the student's field that they came across and also skills attained on the job. This report should also describe the courses at HSU that were most helpful to you in your internship. 3. prepare and give an oral presentation to the Kelley College of Business faculty The presentation is esentially a summarized, oral form of your report and journal. The student may use visuals such as powerpoint, white board, or an overhead projector in order to facilitate his/her presentation to the faculty. Presentations are typically 20 minutes long (which should include about 5 minutes for questions). 4. receive a satisfactory job evaluation from the employer. This can take the form of a recommendation letter or the completion of a written evaluation of your work by the employer upon request of the student. Course credit counts as an advanced business elective. Pass/fail grades are given for internship credit. The student's faculty advisor must approve the internship. The internship experience requires at least 100 hours of work related to the student's academic field. Student Organizations The Kelley College of Business at Hardin-Simmons University is home to several student organizations. All are vibrant, dynamic organizations existing to develop leadership and business skills and life-long friendships among members. Delta Mu Delta is an International Honor Society in Business. With a total membership that has now surpassed 150,000 undergraduates, graduates, and doctorate students, Delta Mu Delta has a two-fold mission—to promote higher scholarship in education for business and to recognize and reward business students who have distinguished themselves scholastically. The Iota Eta Chapter of Delta Mu Delta at Hardin-Simmons University was chartered in 1999. Invitation to membership is extended to those business students in the top 20 percent of their college class (with a minimum 3.25 gpa). Initiation is conducted in the fall semester each year. More information can be found at the Society’s web site: http://www.deltamudelta.org The KGB Technically called Kappa Gamma Beta, but the common shorthand sounds a bit more intimidating. Hardin-Simmons University has a number of social clubs, this one for business students. Work with other students to develop service opportunities, network, and just have fun. In addition to enjoying volleyball nights and fielding a Relay-for-Life team, the KGB has accompanied professors to the metroplex to visit The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Ranger Stadium, The Bureau of Engraving, Anchor Fabricators, a precision metal fabricator and government contractor, Weaver, a regional accounting firm with offices across Texas, and the VP of Marketing for the Belo Corporation, a Fortune 500 company. [-]

Bachelor of Global Management

Simpson College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Indianola

We offer comprehensive business curriculum with a focus on management. Seniors take part in the management senior seminar and take a global focused slant. The global component is not merely adding study of another language. Students infuse world politics, culture, religion, and history courses into their business studies. [+]

You see the major listed differently at each school (global business, international business, international management), but Simpson's Global Management major has distinctions to set it apart: We offer comprehensive business curriculum with a focus on management. Seniors take part in the management senior seminar and take a global focused slant. The global component is not merely adding study of another language. Students infuse world politics, culture, religion, and history courses into their business studies. Our business professors with international research, teaching and business experience are excited to work with globally focused students. Students take advantage of may term, semester and year-long international study options, international internships and job placements. In our survey of 2012 graduates (100% response rate), all students had found full-time employment. Global Management Major Students will complete ten courses, plus a capstone and a minor in a language as follows: Required: Econ 100 Principles of Economics Acct 201 Introduction to Accounting Magt 131 Management Concepts Mktg 234 Marketing (Pre-req: MAGT 131) Magt 333 Organization and Behavior (Pre-req: MAGT 131 and junior standing) Mktg 336 International Marketing (Pre-req: MAGT 131; MKTG 234; ECON 100 or 101 or 102) Econ 343 International Trade and Finance (Pre-req: ECON 100 or 101 or 102) CIS/MAGT 145 Management Information Systems and Business Intelligence Choose two courses from the following: PoSc 230 Western European Politics PoSc 231 Politics of Russia and Eastern Europe PoSc 232 Asian Politics PoSc 233 Latin American Politics PoSc 240 World Politics PoSc 340 Politics of a Changing World Rel 120 Intro to World Religion Econ 230 Economic Development (Pre-req: ECON 100 or 101 or 102) Hist 275 History of India Hist 276 History of China Hist 309 Contemporary Europe *Also Required: Minor in language offered through the Department of World Language and Culture Studies. Capstone: **Magt 385 Senior Seminar in Strategic Management (Permission from Dept Chair required to enroll. Pre-req: MAGT 131, 333; MKTG 234; ECON 100, 135, 339; ACCT 201) *In fulfilling requirements for the global management major, students who are not native speakers of English are required to pursue a minor in English or another second language. For native speakers of English, study abroad is strongly encouraged. **Consultation with Business Administration and Economics department chair is required during junior year. [-]

Bachelor Degree in Management

Black Hills State University
Online & Campus Combined Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Rapid City Spearfish + 1 more

A bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a Specialization in Management opens the door to a wide variety of employment opportunities in a profession that is truly global. [+]

Bachelors in International Business Management in North America 2017. Bachelor Degree in Management Earn your degree in Spearfish, Rapid City or now Online! All organizations, public and private, need qualified management professionals! A bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a Specialization in Management opens the door to a wide variety of employment opportunities in a profession that is truly global. Learning to manage people and the company’s resources may be one of the most important (and toughest) skills in business. By acquiring analytical problem solving skills, leadership techniques, resource management skills and personnel development expertise, you will put yourself in a position to assume entry-level professional employment in management. Students enrolled in this degree program are expected to have a well-rounded exposure to accounting, marketing, finance, economics, business law, and information systems. Unlike many undergraduate programs in bigger schools, BHSU has a large number of nontraditional students, many of whom are working in businesses while attending school. Classroom discussions are often centered around a student’s current experiences in business rather than simply focusing on textbook examples. Students are taught by an interdisciplinary team of accomplished faculty. Many of our faculties have held management positions in business. We have faculty that have experience in starting new business ventures; some have operated their own businesses, while others have had upper level management positions in large corporations. This kind of practical experience brings a unique perspective to the classroom. In addition, all faculties have a minimum of a Masters Degree in an area of Business and many hold a PhD or a JD. All continue to remain active in the field of management by consulting and publishing research in their areas of expertise. Graduates of the Business Administration-Management program will be ready to assume leadership positions in a wide variety of management areas in for-profit, not-for-profit, and government organizations! Management 4 Year Plan BHSU Business Administration with a Management Specialization: 4-YEAR PLAN A minor is NOT required with a Business major. The Required Core and Specialization Credits are highly recommended to be taken as listed. This will allow you to fulfill your General Education Requirements for the University and progress through the Business Program efficiently. FRESHMAN YEAR Fall Semester ACCT 210 Principles of Accounting I (pre-req for ACCT-211) ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics (gen ed) MIS 105 Introduction to Computers (pre-req for MIS 205 & BADM 320) Spring Semester ACCT 211 Principles of Accounting II (pre-req for ACCT 310, 430 & BADM 310) ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (gen ed) MATH 281 Introduction to Statistics (gen ed; pre-req for BADM 320, 321, & 425 ) MIS 205 Advanced Computer Applications (pre-req for ACCT 361) SOPHOMORE YEAR Fall Semester BADM 321 Business Statistics II BADM 350 Legal Environment of Business (pre-req for BADM 482) Spring Semester BADM 320 Quantitative Decision Analysis BADM 344 Managerial Communications BADM 351 Business Law** JUNIOR YEAR Fall Semester ACCT 460 Managerial Accounting* BADM 310 Business Finance (pre-req for BADM 482) BADM 360 Organization & Management (pre-req for BADM 482) MIS 325 Management Information Systems Spring Semester BADM 370 Marketing (pre-requisite for BADM 482) BADM 464 Organizational Behavior** HRM 417 Human Resource Management (pre-req for HRM 465) SENIOR YEAR Fall Semester BADM 334*, 372*, 473*, 475* or ECON 304 BADM 425 Production & Operations Management BADM 471 Marketing Management* ECON 300/400 Elective Spring Semester BADM 407 International Business BADM 457 Business Ethics BADM 482 Business Policy & Strategy ECON 304, HRM 465**, or THM 410** Electives - 6 credits Key: *Fall Only Classes ** Spring Only Classes Careers and Graduate possibilities with a Management degree Management graduates will be ready to assume leadership positions in a wide variety of management areas in for-profit, not-for-profit, and government organizations. Many of our graduates are working as managers in a variety of businesses. Others have started and are successfully operating their own businesses. Many of the businesses and organizations throughout Western South Dakota and Eastern Wyoming are being managed by graduates of BHSU. Are you interested in graduate school? A Management degree is also excellent preparation for graduate business studies, so some have gone on to graduate school. A recent graduate went on to pursue a degree at Harvard. Many excellent graduate programs in Management are available throughout the United States and in other countries. A bachelor’s degree in management will provide you with the necessary course work to be accepted into most of these programs. Because of the small class sizes, instructors are able to get to know the students. This makes it very easy for faculty to write letters of recommendation to accompany your graduate school application. [-]