Bachelor of Science with a Major in Management
The mission of the management program is to enable students to develop analytical skills, reflective thinking, logical reasoning, and a sound understanding of the quantitative techniques and computer applications used in decision-making processes. Career options may include industrial and service management, financial analysis, quality control management, and first-level supervision in industry, business, and government. Many of our students are interested in entrepreneurship and small business management.
Healthcare Management Track
The Healthcare Administration is an area of concentration in the Management Program. The concentration includes specialty courses in healthcare and business. The Healthcare Administration concentration is structured as a four-year program to provide specialty training for the entering freshman or transfer student. Healthcare graduates experience an employer-based practicum which prepares them for entry-level management and supervisory roles in the healthcare industry. Graduates of the program are prepared for careers in hospital and healthcare administration, healthcare marketing, managed care, health insurance, long-term care, and practice management. Additionally, graduates gain skills in general management, financial management, human resources, regulatory compliance, technology/information management, and quality initiatives.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs