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Management

Today's fast-paced, ever-changing business environment requires professionals to have a firm grasp of the models, strategies and theories driving economies. AIU® offers an industry-relevant BBA program with a specialization in Management to help students develop a solid foundation in business fundamentals while giving them an opportunity to learn about organizational change, the role of managers and cultural differences found in the management environment. Courses emphasize the development of the student's leadership skills, how to create and implement personnel and organization policy and other useful business management skills that will ensure the student is prepared for the real-world challenges of a business environment.

Focus on Your Specific Area of Interest

By studying key topics in Management to complete the upper division's core specialization requirements, you have an opportunity to focus your interests on the acquisition of industry-specific knowledge and skills common to management professionals.

  • Next Start Date

    October 5th, 2015

  • Total Credits

    180

  • Specialization Credits

    40.5

  • Program Length

    36 MONTHS

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    Successful completion of the BBA with a specialization in Management can provide students with an applicable foundation of industry-related knowledge and skills, including how to:

    • Apply team building and leadership skills and employ methods for improving decision making.
    • Apply quantitative tools to analyze contemporary business functions and practices.
    • Apply the concepts and principles of finance, economics, and accounting to make effective decisions in the global business environment.
    • Apply current operations and marketing management practices and principles used in the business environment.
    • Examine the implications of technology and the Internet on today's businesses.
    • Recognize and manage potential ethical and legal conflicts in today's business environment.
    • Evaluate the various methods of personnel selection.
    • Implement standards for performance evaluation.
    • Analyze cases that focus on key marketing management tasks, such as marketing research, sales forecasting, product and brand management, distribution channels, pricing, promotion and branding strategies.

  • In this specialized curriculum, students have an opportunity to examine the many responsibilities of a manager or supervisor, which include leading their teams and providing the motivation and skills to achieve organizational goals.

    This real-world specialization offers the opportunity for in-depth study, with more than half of the courses in your field of interest. It can help you develop focused industry-specific knowledge base common to management professionals in the business world. For example:

    • In Diversity in the Workforce, students study the experience of work as it varies with gender and ethnic background and examine the relationship of diversity to processes such as supervision, leadership, mentoring and power.
    • In Personnel and Organization Policy, students examine the personnel policies that must be in place in order to select and implement human resources programs within and organization. This course covers basic aspects of policy writing for employee selection, performance management, disciplinary process, employee motivation and career management.
    • In Managing Organizational Change, students examine the conceptual and experiential approaches to the topic of organizational change and organizational development. Special emphasis is placed on developing interpersonal skills in order to analyze situations. 

    Click here to download the AIU catalog for more information and a full list of courses for this degree.

  • AIU's Bachelor of Business Administration degree program with a Specialization in Management allows students to focus on the many responsibilities of a manager supervisor, which include leading their teams and providing the motivation and skills to achieve organizational goals.

    Students will learn how to apply the principles of finance and accounting to make effective decisions in real-world workplace situations. They will acquire communication, team building and leadership skills and be able to recognize and manage potential ethical and legal conflicts. They will understand the importance of harnessing the power of current technology to improve businesses and be able to use mathematical, statistical and research techniques to analyze contemporary business practices. Students will know how to evaluate the various sources of information for personnel selection and assess the various methods of performance evaluation. They will acquire the skills needed to analyze cases that focus on key marketing management tasks, such as marketing research, sales forecasting, product and brand management, distribution channels, pricing and promotion and advertising strategies.

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