Bachelor of Science

Business Management

Business executives work in nearly every industry, in businesses that are large and small, for-profit and non-profit, developing strategies and policies to ensure that an organization meets its goals. They plan, direct, and coordinate the operational activities of organizations.

Locations

Thousand Oaks
Oxnard

Courses

Evening courses
Once per week

Credits

39 credits

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About the Program

Getting a degree in Business Management not only provides career opportunities, but also develops specific skills. You'll learn how to combine efficiency and ethics when making decisions, how to lead and motivate others, how to communicate effectively, work in groups, as well as how to plan, design and budget business activities.

Recognizing the ongoing demand for business managers, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that managerial positions will grow 8% from 2021 to 2031, faster than the average for other professional occupations. A degree in business management hence helps gain clarity about future career opportunities, paths the way towards promotions, and supports professional credibility.

 

What Our Students Say

My favorite thing about being in the Bachelor’s Degree for Professionals Program is that it gives me a chance to actively work on my career while I’m getting my bachelor’s degree. I'm making the most out of my time by gaining experience and working on my major.

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