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We know how tough it can be to finish your bachelor's degree, and we want you to get there as quick as possible. In-person and online classes are dynamic laboratories where you will learn from working professionals that know what it takes to succeed in today's competitive business environment. In fact, GGU was named the #1 school for adult learners because it focuses on the needs of people with real-world responsibilities.


ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The bachelor of arts in management provides a solid foundation in essential management concepts, techniques, communication, and organizational behavior. Students will learn to organize, motivate, and lead individuals in diverse public and private business enterprises. The bachelor of arts provides preparation for success at the master's level in programs such as the master of science degrees in human resource management, integrated marketing communications, the master of arts in psychology, and the master of public administration.

With an emphasis on developing skills for leaders in the business environment, the bachelors in management provides a solid foundation in essential management concepts and techniques, communication, and organizational behavior. Our faculty help teach students to organize, motivate, and lead individuals in diverse public and private business enterprises.

Our flexible course of study is designed to maximize the number of transfer credits counted toward the degree, so the bachelors in management can facilitate accelerated degree completion. Students can focus their skill set by selecting of concentrations specifically designed to support their professional goals.

The bachelors in management provides preparation for success at the master's level in a variety of programs. Our nationally-recognized eLearning programs allows students to pursue an online degree, regardless of distance from our teaching centers. When pursuing an online degree, students still can connect with professors and even research our library electronic reserves from anywhere; we believe distance shouldn't hinder degree completion.


LEARNING OUTCOMES

Students who complete the BA in Management, including the General Education program, will be able to:
  • Analyze data and argument, as informed by interdisciplinary approaches to business management and organizational leadership.
  • Demonstrate advanced communication skills.
  • Recognize the need for information in professional and business contexts and to responsibly access, evaluate and apply information using a wide variety of research tools.
  • Develop strategies for organizational challenges using management theory, principles, ethical reasoning and innovative approaches.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


TUITION

Undergraduate Courses: $1,980 per 3-unit course.

Tuition varies for other courses. See Tuition & Fees for details.


LOCATIONS

This program is offered at the following locations:

STUDENT SUCCESS RATES

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ALUMNI VOICES

Heidi Lee

"I never thought I would return to school. Graduating from GGU on the dean's list has given me an amazing sense of accomplishment, as well as the skills and confidence I need to one day open my own business."

Heidi Lee, BAM 09

FEATURED COURSE

UGP 10:
GATEWAY TO SUCCESS

UGP 10 is designed to help returning adult learners succeed. Students develop approaches for self-learning and exploration, and create a personal academic plan showing the exact courses needed for each term until graduation.

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