Students who earn a BSc (Bachelor of Science) have the opportunity to begin a career in their chosen field of study. A BSc in both science-related and non-science fields can be earned at schools all over the world.
Students looking to obtain a managerial position might be interested in pursuing a degree in management. These programs may give students the necessary experience to work in a management role for various corporations by focusing on topics such as marketing, business or finance.
Spanning 23 countries, North America is continent filled with educational opportunity. Students have the opportunity to learn multiple languages and develop an understanding of vastly different cultures.
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Imagine earning your bachelor's degree in just 12 months. With our flexible Bronx and online degree program, you can. This accelerated program leads to a B.S. in Organizational Management, providing skills for leadership positions in a variety of industries. [+]
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. [+]
The Industrial Safety degree program at UCO prepares students for practice in the safety, health and environmental (SH&E) profession. “SH&E professionals prevent harm to people, property and the environment by applying principles from engineering, education, psychology, physiology, enforcement, hygiene, health, physics and management. The SH&E professional uses appropriate methods and techniques of loss prevention and control and works in all industries worldwide” (American Society of Safety Engineers, 2008). [+]
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. [+]
At the Adelphi College of Nursing and Public Health, we prepare qualified caregivers and leaders who are ready to make an impact in their community. With a strong foundation built on 70 years of nursing education, we’ve developed a new vision. [+]
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. [+]
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 management and marketing major is designed generally to prepare students for careers as professional managers or as self-employed entrepreneurs in either profit-seeking or not-for-profit organizations. The curriculum emphasizes a comprehensive understanding of business principles and economic activities. The required course of study seeks to prepare the graduate not only for initial employment but for subsequent advancement in his/her chosen vocation. Effective education for business responsibility consists not only of the development of an understanding of the principles and methodologies which govern the organization and administration of the individual business enterprise, but also includes an understanding of larger problems and relationships of the economy as a whole. [+]
Professionals working in business and information management serve as a communication bridge between those who implement information systems technology and the business end users of these systems. [+]
Students who pursue a Bachelor of Science in Management degree at Fisher College are choosing a broad-based and versatile degree. The program incorporates a carefully constructed business core curriculum with a strong grounding in management knowledge and skills. [+]
The Automotive Technology program is designed to produce leaders to meet the increasing demand for skilled managers in industry. The program provides specialized training for students entering the automotive industry. [+]
Most business students aim for a manager or director’s office, but such positions require preparation via a multidimensional program of study. This degree provides the tools for analysis, strategic planning, accounting, budgeting, leadership, and more. [+]
Business professionals who work in government contract management are contract specialists with very distinct expertise. Working with government contracts is more complicated than typical commercial contract negotiations and specialized knowledge is most often needed. Potomac is one of the very few schools that provides this specialized program of study and graduates are eligible for government positions as well as private business and nonprofit positions. [+]
The Management major is designed for those who wish to learn how to plan and organize the collection of activities, organizational infrastructure, capital, and human resources involved in business processes, as well as how to staff, lead and control these processes to achieve an organizational goal. [+]
The Management Department prepares students to manage resources, make informed decisions, and lead with integrity in a global environment. [+]