Bachelor of Arts in Management
With a Bachelor of Arts in Management from Eastern Nazarene, you’ll gain the skills you need to effectively implement strategy and develop your leadership skills.
Going back to school might seem overwhelming, but with Eastern Nazarene you’ll be able to earn your degree without changing your schedule. With classes offered just one night a week, for 20 months, you’ll be able to finish what you started without getting in the way of work, family or life in general. You’ll also have a team of faculty and staff, committed to you success, supporting you every step of the way.
- One night a week
- 20 months to completion
- Cohort model of instruction
- 42 credits to completion
- $405 per credit
From business to health care, the job market is in need of effective leaders, and with a degree in management you’ll earn the tools you need to start your career. Within this program, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of problem solving, effective collaboration, and communication.
This program will help you to better define, describe and apply business concepts related to management principles and human resources management. Not only will you better understand organizations and business, but individuals as well, by courses focused on communication and conflict resolution.
With faith at the center of this program, students within earning their bachelor’s in management are able to grow themselves educationally but also spiritually.
Take your leadership and career even further with Eastern Nazarene’s Bachelor of Arts in Management.
Global Business (3 credits)
Business Ethics (3 credits)
Entrepreneurship & Business Plan Development (3 credits)
Business Law (3 credits)
Seminar in Leadership (3 credits)
Finance and Accounting for Non-financial Managers (3 credits)
Comparative Economic Systems (3 credits)
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (3 credits)
Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
Principles of Management (3 credits)
Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
Human Resource Management (3 credits)
Strategic Management (3 credits)