Bachelor of Science Degrees in Management Science

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Management Science

It takes confident leadership and sound judgment to run a successful company. In the technologically advanced business world, modern firms depend on the skills of those with BSc in Management Science to provide stability and direction in the most complicated work environments.

What is a BSc in Management Science? It is a four year degree that focuses on developing the analytical and managerial skills necessary to prepare for leadership roles in companies that compete in highly technical fields. Engineering firms, and manufacturing and finance companies all need the quantitative reasoning abilities of these graduates. It also helps students to prepare for the social aspects of interacting with employees and provides training to effectively balance the human elements of production with the technical needs of the firm’s operations.

These degrees begin by providing a strong overview of basic business skills. Typically, students will become familiar with business structures and models of organization while going over standard management techniques. They will have an understanding of how to motivate employees and resolve conflicts. These degrees focus more intently on the quantitative aspects of management and prepare students with the skills necessary to analyze complex numerical data.

A BSc in Management Science is a four year degree that requires full-time study. Costs will vary depending on the institution the student chooses to attend. Students are encouraged to research the fees and tuition costs by contacting the admissions departments of universities they are interested in.

A graduate with a BSc in Management Science is prepared to assume a leadership position in a variety of industries. Supervisory or management rolls are common in manufacturing, engineering and financial firms. Students are also prepared to continue their studies and seek higher levels of education. Many go on to acquire an advanced degree and eventually climb to senior level leadership positions in their chosen fields.

Students should begin looking at all of their options as soon as possible. In addition to traditional colleges, many online programs offer quality education at a savings. These programs are good options for international students or students with limited living and travel budgets. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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BSc Business and Management Studies

BiTS University of Business Leadership
Campus Full time 6 semesters March 2017 Germany Berlin Iserlohn + 1 more

The Business and Management Studies degree program offered by BiTS in Berlin is based on three elements: the technical content, in particular the possibility to put emphasis on a certain subject area at [+]

BScs in Management Science. The objective of the bachelor’s degree in business and management studies is to teach you the fundamentals of successful business management. It brings together the core skills from business administration, economics, and law. The course also prepares you for management roles in a wide range of fields. To that end, our professors and lecturers – who have practical experience – teach you key specialist knowledge as well as soft skills and entrepreneurial skills: such as confidence, teamwork, and efficient self-organization. The program also has an international focus. Thus, it is possible to obtain an additional degree abroad (complementary international degree). In this way, you are best prepared to meet the requirements of international firms. Careers As a graduate in Business & Management Studies, you have many options: industry or SME sector, commerce or financial sector. With your business know-how and strong social skills, you can take on specialist and leadership roles in all sectors and at firms of all sizes. You are responsible for budgets and staff, and make sure that the company is competitive. The wealth of possibilities is what makes this program so appealing. You can choose a career that matches your personal interests. Typical areas of work include: Marketing E-business Controlling Accounting, taxation and auditing Supply chain management Finance Entrepreneurship Customer relationship management The program The bachelor’s degree in Business & Management Studies covers in-depth business administration knowledge. Professors and lecturers with practical experience teach you the core disciplines of business management using a practical approach, which includes case studies, business games, and lectures on business practice. Well-known business representatives give interesting insights into the reality of business. You can also gain experience on your own by participating in a number of student initiatives. Semester abroad / internships A semester abroad at another international and renowned partner university, be it a member of the global Laureate International Universities Network or not, is an option open to you in the fourth semester. The BiTS International Office assists you with your preparations and supports you during your stay abroad. You may choose to study in the USA, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, the UK, Ireland, or Spain. The compulsory internships are a fundamental part of the program and can be completed at one of our partner companies. Instead of studying abroad for one semester, you can use the fourth semester to complete a six-month internship. This supervised internship semester is the best way for you to expand your horizons. In addition, the Business & Management Studies program includes a number of skills-based tutorials such as debating, creativity, presentation skills, and IT. You also have the option of language classes, for example business English. At the same time, you will also be taught entrepreneurial skills such as teamwork, leadership qualities, self-organization, and the ability to work under pressure. A degree in Business & Management Studies optimally prepares you for future business situations. Application process You must meet the following requirements to qualify for a bachelor’s degree program at BiTS: Application for the winter semester by September 1st; for the summer semester by February 15th Certified copy of your high school diploma or equivalent occupational certificate, including an internship Entrance examination Personal interview (e.g. via Skype) Good English-language skills [-]

BSc Urban Management

Collegium Da Vinci
Campus Full time Part time 42 months October 2017 Poland Poznań + 1 more

The Urban Management major was created in collaboration with the best Dutch university NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences. The study programme has been prepared on the basis of Western models and is implemented by Dutch lecturers and specialists in the field of ​​urban planning. [+]

The only such major in Poland! We educate engineers responsible for sustainable development of cities (smart cities) and urban areas. The Urban Management major was created in collaboration with the best Dutch university NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences. The study programme has been prepared on the basis of Western models and is implemented by Dutch lecturers and specialists in the field of ​​urban planning. Strengths: The curriculum is based on the Dutch model of NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences and is divided into trimesters. Classes are taught by experienced professionals from leading Dutch city planning offices, who understand the specifics of Central and Eastern Europe. Foreign apprenticeships, study trips, student exchanges with the Netherlands, and contact with the international urban environment. Diverse form of classes, starting from workshops and group projects up to work as part of open ateliers and design offices. Three-month internships under the supervision of an international team of experts. Partner-based and individual approach of lecturers who stimulate the creativity of students and support them in solving problems. How do we teach? Studios Classes in the studio are one of the key elements in the curriculum. They are conducted in the form of teamwork or on an individual basis and involve implementation of specific design tasks, from the planning of work, drawing up a timetable, through preliminary analysis, concepts, up to offering creative solutions. Courses and training sessions Courses and trainings enable students to gain technical knowledge and skills related to designing, communicating, performing research, and making technical drawings. Trainings are conducted in small groups and are focused on the acquisition of skills necessary for carrying out tasks in the studio. Foreign training trips During the first three years of study, you will have the opportunity to go on study visits to cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, ​​Seville and Copenhagen. All this, in order to get to know innovative designs and forms of management, as well as methods to cope with global challenges of the European cities. Internships In the framework of internships that take place during the second and the third year, you will become familiar with the reality of your future profession by testing your knowledge in urban design offices, consulting companies, engineering companies, as well as local and central government units. Coaching Individual coaching sessions will help you develop interpersonal skills necessary for effective work in design teams. In cooperation with a coach, you will be able to optimally shape your career development plan, based on your qualifications and experience. International exchange During the second and the third year, students have the opportunity to participate in a student exchange programme with a Dutch university NHTV Breda. Owing to this, you will broaden your experience not only with work in an international environment, but also with a network of valuable contacts. Why trimesters? The trimester system (as compared to the commonly used in Poland two-semester system) assumes three periods of teaching in the academic year lasting 11 weeks each. Such a system allows the synchronisation of the CDV academic year organisation with that of our partner university NHTV Breda as well as joint implementation of projects, student exchange and optimal use of the Erasmus+ programme. Year I, II and III - classes in studios, seminars, courses and training sessions. Year II and III – internships Year IV - thesis in a selected area for a company or public institution in Poland or abroad. Selected courses: City history - development, function, structure Urban analyses – methods Smart City - a new dimension of urban development Transport and communications Sustainable city Strategic management Architecture of modern cities Design drawing – CAD Social aspects of planning What makes Urban Management different from similar engineering studies? A strong emphasis on the development of interpersonal skills, combined with technical and analytical knowledge necessary to practice as an urban planner. Your knowledge and skills: Knowledge of rules applicable in the area of ​​design technical and engineering tasks, which enable planning and supervising the process of developing urban and architecture programmes, plans, strategies, concepts, and projects. Managing a team of economists, urban planners and architects in the scope of planning and designing solutions for urban areas. Development of concepts of urban plans, preliminary forecasts and feasibility studies. Knowledge of modern technological solutions enabling development of projects, visualisations and management of the team's work. Ability to use in the practice of graphic software necessary in the process of urban and architectural design, and spatial analysis. Ability to communicate with representatives of public and private sector, including drawing conclusions, suggesting solutions and decision-making. Knowledge of key elements of the city's economy, constructing the public budget, financial and investment planning, their mutual relationships and the impact on the effectiveness of management. Workplaces: consulting companies in Poland and in the world providing consulting services in the field of spatial planning and urban design, design offices, urban planning offices, public sector: government and local government units responsible for the development of cities and regions as well as for investment and spatial planning Fees Course Course type Years Tuition fees per one academic year Tuition fees per one semester Tuition fees per one mounth URBAN MANAGEMENT Bachelor degree 3,5 3000 Euro 1500 Euro 250 Euro [-]

Bachelor in Business

Indiana University Kokomo
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Kokomo

The Bachelor of Science in business degree allows students to specialize in professional fields integral to contemporary enterprise and management. It prepares students in north central Indiana to become effective organizational leaders and managers. [+]

BScs in Management Science. The Bachelor of Science in business degree allows students to specialize in professional fields integral to contemporary enterprise and management. It prepares students in north central Indiana to become effective organizational leaders and managers. The School of Business offers the bachelor's of science degree in business with the following concentrations: Accounting Finance and Economics Management Marketing Curriculum The baccalaureate program of the School of Business is based on the principle of a balanced education in business administration and economics with a foundation in the arts and sciences. The undergraduate program allows students to specialize in professional fields integral to contemporary enterprise and management. It prepares students in north central Indiana to become effective organizational leaders and managers. The undergraduate curricula consists of three parts: (1) general education, (2) basic business administration, and (3) professional courses. In addition, the program includes courses covering the principles, practices, and trends involved in managing organizations in today's dynamic economic, social, and political environment. Seniors have a range of elective courses in their concentration area. Courses on this level require participation by students in the discussion and solution of cases, projects, and special problems drawn from the contemporary business world. Students enrolled in other degree programs may fulfill the course work for the Business Minor. Students who have already earned their bachelor's degrees can take the Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting to prepare for professional positions in public, industrial, or governmental accounting. After completing the program, students are prepared to take the Certified Public Accountant (C.P.A.) examination. Degree Requirements A minimum of 120 credit hours are required for the baccalaureate degree (126 credits in the accounting concentration) in courses meeting the various requirements stated in the Academic Bulletin. Of these, at least 56 credit hours must be in courses other than business and economics. Thirty of the last 45 credit hours must be taken at IU Kokomo, and at least 50% of business credits must be earned at Indiana University. Accounting Concentration The Accounting curriculum equips the prospective business executive with tools for analysis, prediction, decision making, and control. It also provides an excellent background for students considering graduate work in business administration or law. The Accounting concentration prepares students for careers in auditing, corporate accounting and management services, governmental and nonprofit organizations, and taxation. Finance and Economics Concentration The concentration in finance and economics prepares students for management careers in banking, investing, manufacturing, and insurance. In addition, graduates will be attractive candidates for positions in government, utilities, communications, and nonprofit organizations. The finance and economics curriculum also provides an excellent background for students who desire to pursue graduate work in business administration, economics, finance, or law. The courses offered in this concentration are designed to equip students with the necessary background for interpreting data, forecasting, and decision making in a changing global economy. Management Concentration The management and human resources curriculum is designed with maximum flexibility to accommodate those students who have explicit career objectives and interests in several management areas including human resources. The courses offered in this concentration develop the student's capacity as a decision-maker in an organization. The student, working with a faculty advisor, can design a course of study that allows in-depth work in an area while attaining comprehensive understanding of managerial and processes associated with the human resource function in organizational settings. Marketing Concentration This concentration is concerned with activities related to the marketing and distribution of goods and services from the source of supply to the source of demand, both locally and internationally. This concentration is particularly appropriate for careers in advertising, sales, brand management, retailing, wholesaling, market planning, industrial marketing, international marketing, marketing research, distribution, and marketing management in various types of organizations. [-]

Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management BSc Honours

University of Westminster - Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 5 years September 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

Quantity surveyors and commercial managers operate in all sectors of the built environment, and are primarily concerned with the value and financial management of construction projects and the subsequent building life cycle. [+]

Quantity surveyors and commercial managers operate in all sectors of the built environment, and are primarily concerned with the value and financial management of construction projects and the subsequent building life cycle. They have specialist skills and knowledge relating to cost and contract management, which require an expert understanding of construction techniques, procurement options and legal matters, and the sustainable use of resources. Quantity surveyors provide clients with detailed information on which to base decisions and are valued for their creative ideas and solutions at the early stages of a construction project. They add value by monitoring the functions of cost, time and quality in projects of any scale. The commercial manager's role is vital to the success of the construction project and requires excellent business sense and a good understanding of management and construction processes. They assess the value of work to be done and manage and monitor costs as the project progresses. This course gives you the skills and knowledge to take up these roles, along with the transferable and cognitive skills necessary for lifelong personal and professional development. Part-time applicants: Competition for our part-time construction-related courses is strong and we have a limited number of places. To avoid disappointment, please make sure you apply by 30 June 2016. Course content Our construction courses share a common Year 1, so students interact with those studying different pathways, gain some knowledge of the work of all professionals working in the construction industry promoting the interdisciplinary nature of the modern construction industry. Throughout the course, construction technology and management remain central, the issue of health and safety is addressed, and the importance of sustainability is considered. All of our courses are delivered using an enquiry-based blended learning approach involving workshops, lectures, tutorials and independent study. Our technology-enhanced learning supports independent study via synchronous online lectures, tutorials and seminars, which are captured and stored to enable you to revisit sessions online after the event. We assess your learning through a variety of methods including project work, essays and exams. Year 1 (Credit Level 4) Subjects of study include: Technology 1 – Construction Technology and Surveying Technology 2 – Building Design & Environmental Engineering Technology 3 – Building Science and Structures Management 1 – Built Environment and Graduate Attributes Management 2 – Project, Commercial and Organisational Environment Design 1 – Design Principles Year 2 (Credit Level 5) Subjects of study include: Technology 2 - Building Design & Environmental Engineering Technology 4 – Fabric, Design and Performance Management 3 – Commercial, Legal and Organisational Management Management 4 – Construction Project Based Learning Management 5 – Project and Commercial Management Management 6 – Structural Principles Year 3 (Credit Level 6) Subjects of study include: Technology 7 – Sustainable Design and Construction Technology 8 – Refurbishment and Maintenance Management 6 – Professional Practice Management 8 – Project and Commercial Management Management 9 – Project Evaluation and Development Management 10 – Sustainable Development and Lean Construction The course content is listed by year, corresponding to the full-time mode of study. If you study part-time you will study the same content, spread over five years. [-]

Bachelor in Automotive Service Management

New England Institute of Technology
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Warwick

Gain a broad range of business and technical skills applicable to employment in Automotive Service Management. Develop competencies in customer service, personnel management, and systems control. Be prepared to seek a variety of entry- to mid-level positions, including general service manager, sales manager, parts manager, warranty administrator, and fleet manager. [+]

BScs in Management Science. Gain a broad range of business and technical skills applicable to employment in Automotive Service Management. Develop competencies in customer service, personnel management, and systems control. Be prepared to seek a variety of entry- to mid-level positions, including general service manager, sales manager, parts manager, warranty administrator, and fleet manager. Career Possibilities Auto Body Shop Manager Car Dealer Service Manager Automotive Parts Manager The Bachelor of Science in Automotive Service Management degree is designed to provide students with a broad range of management, business, and technical skills applicable to employment in the automotive industries. The program provides education and training in business management, accounting and cash flow, human resources and personnel supervision, financial planning, inventory controls, warranty management, sales and promotions, software applications, and industry specific topics. Through various teaching methodologies students will be exposed to theory and application of customer service skills, management of employees, and system controls. Graduates of this Bachelor’s Degree program will be prepared to seek entry-level to mid-level positions such as general service manager, sales manager, human resource manager, service writer, parts manager, warranty administrator, fleet manager, auto body repair production manager, and marina and boatyard manager. Program Mission: The Bachelor of Science in Automotive Service Management Technology program is designed to provide students with a broad range of management, business, and technical skills applicable to employment in the transportation industries. The program provides education and training in management, accounting and cash flow, human resources and personnel supervision, financial planning, inventory controls, warranty management, sales promotions, software applications, and industry specific topics. Through various teaching methodologies students will be exposed to theory and application of customer service skills, management of employees, and system controls. Graduates of this BS program will be prepared to seek entry-level to mid-level positions such as general service manager, sales manager, human resource manager, service writer, parts manager, warranty administrator, fleet manager, collision repair production manager, and marina and boatyard manager. The Bachelor of Science in Automotive Service Management Technology offers opportunities for associate degree graduates of NEIT’s programs in Automotive Technology, Automotive Collision Repair Technology, and Marine Technology, and other two-year colleges to pursue a baccalaureate degree in automotive service management. Program Goals: 1. To contribute to the transportation service management workforce, hence impacting the shortage identified by employers and the Technical Advisory Committee; and, 2. To provide quality educational opportunities for students that lead to a Bachelor of Science in Automotive Service Management Technology. Program Outcomes: Graduates of this program will: 1. Be prepared for a variety of entry-level positions as service managers in the transportation industry. 2. Cultivate the pursuit of life-long education and participation with professional activities. 3. Develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for advancement in their current workplace. [-]

BSc in General Management

PFH Private University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Göttingen

If you would like to know how to manage the setting up of a company, production chains, sales processes or the market launch of a new product, this study programme is the right choice. You will become acquainted with the whole spectrum of business administration here. [+]

PFH Campus Göttingen The study programme in General Management, leading to a Bachelor of Science qualification, is intended for young people with a university or higher education entrance qualification who are interested in economic processes and want to make things happen. If you would like to know how to manage the setting up of a company, production chains, sales processes or the market launch of a new product, this study programme is the right choice. You will become acquainted with the whole spectrum of business administration here. Your Benefits Integrated work placements and practical projects with partner companies Individual supervision based on small learning groups Development of personality: soft skills training and mentoring system Language courses in any business-relevant language Study Content In the study programme, you will learn how to analyse corporate processes, review them and make them cost-effective. The classic content of Business Administration studies includes the areas of procurement, production, sales and accounting. In addition, you will acquire sound know-how in cross-company functions like controlling, marketing, organisation and logistics as well as corporate management, tax and Human Resources. Up to the end of the second semester, you will attend the same courses as in the Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and will be able to change your course of study up to this point on request. Manager with Personality In addition to the specialist content, PFH, more than perhaps any other university, has integrated elements that train your personal skills into the Management study programme. These elements include courses in soft skills, practical projects with companies and student social projects as well as personal mentoring through PFH professors. International Orientation Foreign language courses will prepare you for an international career. As soon as at least five students show interest, PFH will organise courses in any business-relevant language, no matter whether this is Spanish, Russian or Chinese. Moreover, you can gather international study and life experience through a semester abroad. It is for this reason that PFH has entered into university partnerships and participates in the Erasmus programme. Career Outlook: Many Opportunities, Best Prospects The "Bachelor of Science" is an initial professional qualification. It will open up excellent prospects of an international management career to you. Graduates of the course of study are employed today in many different fields: as a product manager in a global group, as a banker in the financial centre of London, as a company successor in an SME, as a key account manager in China or as a marketing manager. Within three semesters, you can then obtain the additional qualification of Master of Science in General Management. In a total of four-and-a-half years, you will therefore obtain a fully-fledged entitlement to study for a doctorate and improve your qualifications in terms of posts with leadership responsibility in companies and organisations. Requirements and Application Procedure Entry requirement Entrance qualification for university/university of applied sciences Exceptions possible under the Niedersächsische Hochschulgesetz (Lower Saxony Higher Education Act) Language requirements Proof of advanced German lanuage skills, eg TestDaF 4, DSH 2 Application procedure Written or online application Written aptitude test, personal interview Application deadline Possible to apply at any time Application documents Letter of application, application form, curriculum vitae, higher education entrance qualification, any other certificates, copy of passport, digital photo Tuition fees 4,200 euro per semester One-time fees 520 euro admin fee (waived for EU citizens) 420 euro enrolment fee 1,000 euro examination fee [-]

BSBA Management

University of Denver
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Denver

The management major at DU focuses on people—the most important resource in business. Students may study such areas as human resource management, organizational behavior, labor relations, ethics, international management, planning and control, and problem identification and diagnosis. [+]

BScs in Management Science. BSBA Management The management major at DU focuses on people—the most important resource in business. Students may study such areas as human resource management, organizational behavior, labor relations, ethics, international management, planning and control, and problem identification and diagnosis. Graduates of the program go on to earn graduate degrees at DU and other highly respected schools around the country. Career opportunities exist in labor relations, general supervision and management, personnel/human resource management, management of family businesses and entrepreneurial endeavors. [-]

Bachelor of Science Business Management

Richard T. Doermer School of Business - Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Fort Wayne

Exciting careers in management abound; all organizations, public and private, require managers. Professional managers are among the most sought after professionals in the marketplace. [+]

Students entering Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) declaring Business as a major will be coded as a pre-business major until the admission requirements below have been met. The student learning outcomes for the degree are as follows: Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science in Business (B.S.B) Degree, students will: Be able to integrate fundamental principles of business theory and practice. Be able to solve problems by modeling, analyzing data (qualitative and numeric), and using critical thinking skills. Be able to understand the global and cultural implications of business decisions. Be able to understand ethical considerations in business decision. Be able to understand the relationship between the community and business. Be able to demonstrate the effective communication and teamwork skills. Be prepared for life-long learning in a dynamic environment. Bachelor of Science in Business To be admitted to the Bachelor’s of Science in Business program students must have: completed 60 degree applicable credit hours a cumulative GPA of 2.0 complete the courses listed, having received a C or better in each course with an asterisk and having a GPA of 2.3 or better for all the courses combined (ENG W131 is not included in the GPA calculation) BUS A201*, BUS A202*, BUS J100, BUS J200, BUS K200, BUS K211*, BUS K212*, BUS K213*, BUS L200*, BUS W204*, COM 114, ECON E201*, ECON E202*, ECON E270*, ENG W131*, ENG W233*, MA 229, PSY 120 or SOC S161 No more than 6 credits may be repeated and no course may be repeated more than once. Both the original and the repeat grade earned will be used to compute the admission GPA. This includes course that were taken or repeated at IPFW or any other IU campus. Once you have completed all of the pre-business requirements, you must notify the staff of the student center so that your file can be reviewed. If approved, you will then be asked to declare a major in the BSB program and will be coded in the computer as such. Careers Exciting careers in management abound; all organizations, public and private, require managers. Professional managers are among the most sought after professionals in the marketplace. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Business Management

Newbury College
Campus or Online Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline + 1 more

Bachelor of Science in Business Management. Graduates should be able to demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global business environment, ... [+]

BScs in Management Science. Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global business environment. demonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of management, including finance, marketing, organizational theory, and strategic planning in both the domestic and international business environments. demonstrate the ability to thoughtfully access and analyze information and to make sound business decisions. demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in both the theoretical and practical applications of business management. demonstrate an understanding of appropriate socially responsible behavior from a business perspective. demonstrate an awareness of ethical business behavior as it relates to an organization’s stakeholders. Recommended Course Sequencing: FIRST YEAR AC 101 Principles of Financial Accounting AC 102 Principles of Managerial Accounting CS 117 Applications and Presentations* EN 105 Advanced English Composition EN 206 Introduction to Literature HU 103 World Civilization (Modern) MN 105Principles of Management MH205 Business Calculus Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective SECOND YEAR AC 204 Principles of Finance HU1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy MH 216Statistics MK 105 Principles of Marketing MN 200Business Law MN 201Human Resources Management MN 208Business Communications SS 102 Macroeconomics SS 103 Microeconomics 200-level (or higher) Business Elective THIRD YEAR EN 2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective IB 301 International Business Management HU 305 Ethics MN 325Organizational Theory and Behavior SC xxx Laboratory Science (4 credits) SS 305 Global Issues 300-level (or higher) Business Electives (2) 200-level (or higher) Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective FOURTH YEAR MN 405Strategic Management MN 421Operations Management MN 495Seminar in Contemporary Management Issues MN 499Business Management Internship or MN498 Bachelor Thesis 300-level (or higher) Business Electives (2) 200-level (or higher) Arts & Science Elective Electives (3) TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 121 [-]

Business Administration - Management, B.S.

NYIT- Abu Dhabi
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi

Our AACSB-accredited program teaches you to formulate management policy and deploy techniques that impact an organization’s efficiency and profitability. Learn how to evaluate the impact of management policy on an organization's performance and deploy managerial techniques effectively in real-life business situations from professors and top industry executives with decades of real-world experience. [+]

Business Administration - Management, B.S. Our AACSB-accredited program teaches you to formulate management policy and deploy techniques that impact an organization’s efficiency and profitability. Learn how to evaluate the impact of management policy on an organization's performance and deploy managerial techniques effectively in real-life business situations from professors and top industry executives with decades of real-world experience. You’ll begin your studies with our Discovery Core liberal arts curriculum, and acquire an equally strong foundation across the spectrum of business-related academic disciplines through our business program core. You’ll learn to communicate clearly and concisely; compare, contrast, and apply basic ethical concepts; and illustrate cultural awareness and analyze the impact of globalization on business. Upon completion of your B.S. degree, you’ll be able to: Demonstrate competency and make decisions in all functional business disciplines. Use technology as a decision support tool in business. Conduct and utilize research to support business innovation. Integrate functional disciplines together to affect sound policy making and business planning. In addition, as a graduate of our Business Administration - Management, B.S. program, you will have the skills to: Evaluate the impact of globalization on a firm’s success and challenges; Distinguish the role of human behavior in organizations, particularly in the context of managerial practices; Analyze how new venture creation contributes to advancing management strategy; Design a knowledge management plan that impacts on a firm’s performance; and Deploy the appropriate techniques for effective human resource management. Career Options An NYIT degree is your passport to an exciting future in an in-demand field. Possible career opportunities for graduates with this degree include: Business analyst Management consultant Risk management specialist Operations supervisor/manager Business development specialist [-]

BSc Construction Management

Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE)
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Milwaukee

MSOE’s B.S. in construction management program educates students to manage projects from conception to completion. MSOE stresses the technical process and resource management skills essential to safely construct high-quality commercial, institutional and industrial buildings on time, within budget. [+]

BScs in Management Science. Construction managers are the people who get things done. They make sure that projects—from skyscrapers to stadiums to subdivisions—are built well, on time and on budget. MSOE’s B.S. in construction management program educates students to manage projects from conception to completion. MSOE stresses the technical process and resource management skills essential to safely construct high-quality commercial, institutional and industrial buildings on time, within budget. You’ll study modern construction materials and methods; accurate estimation, scheduling and controlling; and efficient, legal and ethical project administration and management. Business, basic engineering and communication will also be a part of your education. You’ll find the laboratory-based, learn-by-doing, small class educational philosophy of MSOE is proven highly effective. The construction management degree seeks to develop four primary qualities in graduates: Technical ability Managerial knowledge Leadership skills Professional ethics The results The placement rate for MSOE construction management graduates was 100% in 2014-15, and graduates enjoyed an average starting salary of $54,760. CM graduates started great careers with companies including: Kiewit Construction Co. Boldt Construction Co Turner Construction Power Construction Co. Mortenson Construction GE Johnson Construction Hansel Phelps Construction McCarthy Construction Michels Corp Gilbane Construction C.G. Schmidt Construction JF Ahern Co. Kinetics Butters Fetting Pieper Electric Faith Technologies The field Construction managers plan, coordinate, budget, and supervise construction projects from early development to completion. Although many construction managers work from a main office, most work out of a field office at the construction site where they monitor the project and make daily decisions about construction activities. You may want to consider CM if you … Understand organizational leadership imperatives Work effectively with other people, but are independently resourceful Are able to prioritize and complete multiple, time-constrained requirements effectively Apply mathematics and science to enhance analysis and decision making Are able to do mathematics and detailed work with accuracy Possess strong written and oral communication skills Department Events Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Career Night Each year, the Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Department (CAECM) hosts their annual Career Night which is planned specifically for the benefit of the students belonging to the department. Companies who come can expect students eagerly looking for opportunities in the civil and architectural engineering and construction management fields. This event provides companies and students a more intimate setting than the large MSOE Career Fair at the beginning of the school year. Program Educational Objectives Program educational objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the academic program is preparing the graduates to achieve. Graduates of the BSCM program who choose to pursue certification as a Certified Professional Constructor (CPC), after attaining the required years of work experience stipulated by the American Institute of Constructors (AIC), achieve that distinction. Graduates of the BSCM program who choose to pursue a graduate degree can achieve that distinction. Graduates of the BSCM program will pursue opportunities to advance their professional skills through lifelong learning (e.g. graduate studies, conferences, seminars, etc.). Graduates of the BSCM program will demonstrate a commitment to their profession by participating in one of more professional societies. Graduates of the BSCM program will demonstrate, in their professional practices, an appreciation for sustainable construction. Student Outcomes Student outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. BSCM graduates will be: able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. able to work effectively in a team environment. knowledgeable of the responsibilities, both professional and ethical, that are required of a construction manager. knowledgeable of the need for lifelong learning and have the motivation to pursue it. knowledgeable in the humanities and social sciences and of contemporary issues necessary to understand the global, societal and environmental impact of the construction manager. proficient in the business management areas listed below: Economics Principles of Management Accounting Business Law Proficient in the mathematics and science areas listed below: Mathematics: calculus I and II, probability and statistics Analytical physical science: general physics and general chemistry Proficient in the construction sciences areas listed below: Design theory Analysis of design of construction systems Construction graphics Construction surveying Construction methods and materials Proficient in the construction areas listed below: Estimating Planning and scheduling Construction accounting and finance Construction law Safety Project management The objectives and outcomes are achieved by quality control processes that: ensure adherence to the program accreditation criteria prescribed by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). ensure continuous program improvement, especially by routinely exchanging ideas and observations with the BSCM Industry Advisory Council. by carefully analyzing program assignment and examination results, as well as other student instructional feedback. are complementary with the BSAE program. 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BSc (Hons) Business Management (Top-up)

University of Bolton - Ras Al Khaimah Academic Centre
Campus Full time 2 - 3 semesters August 2017 United Arab Emirates Ras Al Khaimah

This program is taught in the UAE. Our BSc (Hons) Business Management (Final Year Top-up) course is ideal if you have successfully completed a foundation degree, diploma of higher education or higher national diploma in a business-related subject and want to progress to a higher level of qualification. [+]

This program is taught in the UAE Our BSc (Hons) Business Management (Final Year Top-up) course is ideal if you have successfully completed a foundation degree, diploma of higher education or higher national diploma in a business-related subject and want to progress to a higher level of qualification. The course begins with a programme of induction in which you will develop the skills required for transition to honours-level study. The top-up degree will build on your existing knowledge and understanding of the business environment, and allow you to develop key research and critical thinking skills. About the course Employability skills are developed through practical activities and guest speakers to ensure that graduates have a competitive advantage when entering employment or self-employment. Special features This programme is offered within a vibrant Business School environment. Teaching is conducted by a highly dedicated and supportive team, with specialist knowledge in a wide range of subject areas, and close links to business and industry. Contemporary research is used to inform teaching practice, to ensure that you are provided with a robust academic underpinning in the areas of Business Management. Course materials are available online, allowing you to prepare work at home and also ensuring that in-class learning is highly interactive. The University offers excellent 24/7 library and IT facilities, WiFi and well-appointed learning areas. What you will learn A variety of teaching and learning methods are employed throughout the programme. These include lectures, seminars, small group tutorials and workshops. In addition to this, site visits, guest speakers and projects will allow you to learn directly from industry sources. You will develop the intellectual capabilities of analysis, evaluation and synthesis, culminating in your dissertation. You will also gain academic, professional and lifelong learning skills that will underpin your future career and business development, as well as prepare you for further study. You will develop on a personal level and gain practical and transferable skills such as independence and team working, communication, organisation and time management, numerical skills and competence in the use of information technology. What you will study Through a range of modules, you will gain a wider knowledge of organisations, their management and the external contexts in which they operate. Level 3 (HE6) Core modules: Dissertation (double module); Strategic Management. Option modules (choose 3): Global Marketing; International Human Resource Management; Information Systems for Business Strategy; Financial Reporting for Management; Supply Chain Management; Work and the Employment Relationship. Entry requirements Applicants will normally possess a recognised business-related qualification comprising at least 120 credits at HE4 and 120 credits at HE5; for example, a diploma of higher education, higher national diploma or foundation degree. Acceptance will also usually be subject to passing a satisfactory interview (face-to-face, by telephone or by Skype). The interview will allow us to determine your commitment to and suitability for the programme, as well as allow you to clarify any queries you may have. If English is not your first language you will also normally need IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent). If you do not have the required English level, you can study English with us from IELTS 4.0 (or equivalent). [-]

BS in Aviation Management

San Diego Christian College
Campus or Online 4 years Open Enrollment USA Santee

SDC’s Online Aviation Management degree program is designed to balance important business acumen with the necessary coursework in aviation. [+]

BScs in Management Science. Online Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management As a premier aviation school in San Diego, San Diego Christian College provides students with a Christian education that prepares them for leadership positions within the fields of aviation and transportation. This degree program is also offered on campus or in a hybrid format. SDC’s Online Aviation Management degree program is designed to balance important business acumen with the necessary coursework in aviation. To learn more about SDC’s Aviation Management degree in San Diego, and why our flexible on- or off-campus program would be the perfect choice for you, fill out the form on this page! Aviation Management Career Options Airline Manager Air Traffic Controller Federal Department of Transportation Aircraft Manufacturer Aviation Director Testimonials “From the first day, the staff at SDCC began showing me how the Adult Professional Studies Program could work for me.” ~ Kim Swadley “The walk on graduation day will be a continuation of the walk I began two years ago with the APS staff at San Diego Christian College.” ~ Ron Owen [-]

Bachelor of Science in Management Science and Engineering

Mapúa Institute of Technology
Campus Full time November 2017 Philippines Manila

This program provides fundamental and advanced knowledge, tools, and methods in decision-making, policies formulation [+]

The Mathematics Department of Mapúa Institute of Technology epitomizes the spirit of both science and engineering. The Department’s mathematics language as a diverse field embodies the art of pure science and the jargon of an analytical tool for investigating and exploring philosophical questions. Hence, the Mathematics Department is an edifice that exemplifies a tribute to human creativity for transforming students to be critical and creative thinkers, and lifelong learners. Mission and Vision As a forerunner in technological advancement, the Department of Mathematics envisions a scientifically creative individual with sound moral, social, and spiritual values who is an agent of transformation in a rapid changing global society. Critically aware of its role in national growth and transformation, the Department of Mathematics is committed to provide and promote the pursuit of quality education in the field of Mathematics, academic culture of performance, and technological advancement through its integrated approach in the development of the whole person. This is a collaborative endeavor of qualified, dedicated, and effective administrators, faculty, and school personnel in well-maintained facilities. The Program ... [-]

Management

University of Central Florida
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Orlando

The primary objective of the Department of Management is to educate students in the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to perform the basic tasks of management. Course offerings are designed to demonstrate how managers, as decision makers, affect organizational efficiency and effectiveness by considering the impact of environment, technology, administrative structure, information and human resources. [+]

BScs in Management Science. Management The primary objective of the Department of Management is to educate students in the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to perform the basic tasks of management. Course offerings are designed to demonstrate how managers, as decision makers, affect organizational efficiency and effectiveness by considering the impact of environment, technology, administrative structure, information and human resources. Not eligible for a double degree with another College of Business Administration major. Admission Requirements Completion of the UCF General Education program and Gordon Rule, or an AA degree from a Florida College System institution. See Common Program Prerequisites Degree Requirements Students who change degree programs and select this major must adopt the most current catalog. Only grades of “C” (2.0) or higher transfer into the program and students must have a “C” (2.0) or better in each Common Program Prerequisites class. Students wanting to major in Management must apply for admission to the major. Any student receiving a business degree must complete one half (30) of the 60 upper level business courses for their degree program in the UCF College of Business Administration. Additionally, 12 of the 30 credit hours completed at UCF must be from the department or school in which the student majors. Students must earn at least a 2.0 GPA in the major and COB. Students in the Management major must maintain a 2.0 or higher cumulative Grade Point Average in all 3000 level or higher Management, Entrepreneurship, and Human Resources courses taken at UCF. Failure to maintain the required 2.0 Grade Point Average will result in the student being placed on lack of progress in the major. Lack of Progress in the major will continue until such time as the student’s cumulative GPA in all Management, Entrepreneurship, and Human Resources courses reaches 2.0 or higher. If a student on lack of progress in the major fails to achieve a 2.0 minimum GPA in Management, Entrepreneurship, and Human Resources courses in the subsequent term, that student will be dropped as a Management major. A student who is dropped may seek re-admittance as a Management major by submitting a letter indicating the reasons for academic difficulties and positive plans for achieving a Management, Entrepreneurship, and Human Resources GPA of 2.0 or higher. Readmission is not automatic. Students majoring in Management must earn a grade of “C” (2.0) or better in the following courses and each course applied towards the major: MAN 3025 Management of Organizations 3 hrs MAN 4720 Strategic Management 4 hrs What can I do with this major? General Information and Strategies Management is a broad business degree that can lead to many career opportunities. Students should clearly define their career goals and seek related experiences to reach those goals. Gaining experience through part-time and summer jobs or internships is critical. Many desirable skills can be developed through participation in and leadership of student organizations. Learn to work well on a team and effectively with a wide variety of people. Strong communication skills, including public speaking, are important to achieving success in this field. Join related professional organizations and pursue certifications in your respective area of interest. Develop and utilize a personal network of contacts. Once in a position, find an experienced mentor. Consider earning an MBA after gaining work experience to reach the highest levels of business management. [-]