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Business Management

Bachelor of Arts

Overview

Students studying business management develop crucial business skills in project management, team-building, HR management, and negotiations to enter the broad field of management. Using core business principles in marketing, finance, management, economics and entrepreneurship, develop a personal management style, learn motivation tactics, and utilize strategic planning skills with an emphasis on ethics. Investigate various dimensions of business decisions by delving into case studies and working as a consultant with area businesses to develop strategies for competitive advantage and growth.

Program
Details

Course Length

44 Credit Hours

Location

On Campus

Mikayla talks about her experience during the business major capstone at Ghebre's Restaurant, a local spot for Ethiopian cuisine.

Administrative Services Manager $ 96,180 7 %

Job Outlook 2018-28

General and Operations Manager $ 100,930

2018 Medium Income

0.3 %

Job Outlook 2016-26

Management Analyst $ 82.450

2017 Medium Income

14 %

Job Outlook 2016-26

Sales Manager $ 121,060

2017 Medium Income

7 %

Job Outlook 2016-26

Purchasing Manager $ 66,610

2017 Medium Income

-3 %

Job Outlook 2016-26

Sales Representative $ 78,830

2017 Medium Income

1.8 %

Job Outlook 2016-26

Meet Our Faculty

Renata Mayrhofer

Instructor of Business Management Chair of Business Administration and Management Program

Phillip Hampton

Term Faculty of Finance

Rev. Dr. Michael Dorner

Vice President for Finance | Assistant Professor of Accounting

Student Outcomes

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Conor McDougall | BBA - Business Management

Pilot, SkyWest Airlines

“CSP gave me the life skills to interact on a professional level and developed problem-solving skills that I use every day as a pilot.”

We Are CSP

Carline Bengtsson

Non-Profit Entrepreneur