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Management science is meant to help bring to light certain management issues that arise within a specific industry. The aim of someone working in the field may be to utilize certain aspects of engineering, computer-based technology, or mathematics in order to find a solution to said issues.
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The BAS program provides individuals with an associate’s degree or equivalent the opportunity to build upon the foundational skills attained through their associate’s deg
The Bachelor Degree Scholarship is offered once a year usually in March. The scholarship requires students have a 3.0 or higher overall GPA and be enrolled in a bachelor degree program at Polk State College. Scholarships generally cover 6 credits of tuition and fees for the fall semester and 6 credits of tuition and fees for the spring semester.
The BAS program provides individuals with an associate’s degree or equivalent the opportunity to build upon the foundational skills attained through their associate’s degree programs by completing upper-division coursework in management and leadership practices.
The BAS in Supervision and Management offers five concentration tracks:...
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Become an expert in a changing and global healthcare environment
With an aging population and evolving regulatory guidelines, career prospects are high for healthcare man
Few careers impact society as much as the delivery, organization, and financing of healthcare services. The Behavioral Science Major with Specialization in Health Services Management is a 36-credit major.
Designed to broaden your skills and abilities, the specialization does not require more credits than the Behavioral Science major itself since the credits of the specialization are part of the 36 credits of the major. The Health Services Management specialization focuses your major and gives you knowledge and experiences that are directed toward an eventual goal of being a health services administrator.
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Interested in a career directing and motivating others? Our faculty of experienced managers brings you real-world knowledge at a campus in the heart of Chicago, an intern
BS in Management
A career in management is a career in leadership.
Interested in a career directing and motivating others? Our faculty of experienced managers brings you real-world knowledge at a campus in the heart of Chicago, an international business city. Management students enjoy special access to executives from across the Chicago business community, as well as practical learning opportunities grounded in critical and analytical approaches to organizational dynamics and human resources.
The Bachelor of Science in Management from Business school will equip you with the necessary skills to successfully lead and manage people and organizations. With a varied curriculum encompassing human resource management, strategic management, leadership, managerial skills and managerial logistics, you’ll gain the skills to excel in and lead teams, negotiate conflict and develop strategy to help a business succeed....
The management major at D.U. focuses on people—the most important resource in business. Students may study such areas as human resource management, organizational behavio
The management major at D.U. 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 D.U. 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.