Bachelor of Arts, School of Business

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See program requirements, course sequences and more in the Course Catalog.

Program Mission

The mission of the Management Program is to develop graduates who add value to an enterprise by applying their knowledge of business and management theory and practice, communicating persuasively, and acting with character and compassion. Graduates of the management program will be able to plan and control organizational activities in ways that achieve ethical outcomes for diverse individuals, for organizations and their diverse stakeholders, and for the broader community; and to collaborate and lead in ways that foster human flourishing as a servant leader, i.e., build healthy professional relationships that enable development of the human person in humanity’s various states (as an individual, in a team, in organizations, and in communities).

Degree Information & Career Opportunities

Career opportunities for Management graduates include managerial and professional positions in businesses, startups, not-for-profit agencies, and other organizational types where problem solving and decision making involve both people and processes.


Michael King, J.D.
Associate Professor and School of Business Director
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Other Department Offerings

  • Bachelor of Arts in Accounting, Finance, International Business, and Marketing
  • Minors in Accounting, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, and Finance
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
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