An organizational management degree provides the background and expertise needed for supervisory and administrative roles.
Students will learn about the ethical, legal and social factors that shape today’s workforce. Courses will cover a variety of subjects, from recruitment and training to labor laws, compensation and benefits. The online management B.S. provides students with the acumen to become ethical and effective leaders.
No Required Class or Login Times
Complete your degree when it's convenient for you.
Full Time or Part Time
Flexible options allow you to maintain employment if desired.
Professors challenge you to apply learned material instead of rote memorization.
An organizational management degree is for:
- Established business managers or supervisors who want a management bachelor’s degree to advance their careers in management.
- Individuals who wish to enter management and need the training and credentials to open doors and succeed.
- Recognize the fundamentals of organizing, communication and teamwork.
- Understand current business management and administration practice.
- Analyze the basic organizational behavior model; explain the application of human resource management and approaches to improve organizational performance.
- Integrate the knowledge of various business disciplines and apply that knowledge to make strategic business decisions.
Potential Career Options
- Supervisory and administrative roles in a wide variety of organizations, from manufacturing to human services and healthcare to banking.
Courses are 8 weeks in length
All courses are fully online
Graduate in 18 months or less
36 General Education
37 Organizational Management Major
51 Elective Credits
87 Maximum Transfer Credits Allowed
Organizational Management Degree
Organizational Management Courses
- BADM 314 - Human Resources Management (3)
- BADM 325 - Project Management (3)
- BADM 330 - Operations Management (3)
- BADM 341 - Work Team Dynamics (3)
- Choose one: BADM 320 - Leadership Development (3), BADM 323 - Leading Change (3), COMM/PSY 330 - Conflict Management (3) or SOC 335 - Diversity in the Workplace (3)
- ID 200 - Student Success Seminar (1)
- BADM 300 - Business Writing (3)
- BADM 210 - Fundamentals of Management (3)
- PHIL 303 - Organizational Ethics (3)
- BADM 475 - Organizational Development (3)
- BADM/PSY 309 - Statistics (3)
- ECON 201 - Intro to Economics (3)
- BADM 202 - Accounting and Finance Principles (3)
- BADM 218- Marketing Principles (3)