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Organizational Management, BS

Available only at selected regional campuses and CAPA.

The mission of the BSOM program is to improve management, organizational, and interpersonal skills while earning a bachelor’s degree. The program is constructed in two parts: The core requirements stress general management, organizational, and interpersonal skills critical in a constantly changing environment, with a focus on immediate application in the work setting, and include an opportunity for student research. The second part of the program is a wide range of electives from a variety of disciplines which allows the student great flexibility to choose those courses which best suit his or her career path.

Program Requirements

Total program semester hours: 40 minimum

Core Requirements: 32 semester hours

Code Course Title Units
BUS 343 Foundations of Business Ethics 4
MGMT 300 Principles of Management 4
MGMT 355 Leadership in Organizations 4
MGMT 358 Culture and Gender Issues in Management 4
MGMT 360 Financial Management & Budgeting 4
MGMT 388 Statistics 4
MGMT 459 Organizational Behavior 4
MGMT 496 Seminar in Management 4

Electives: 8 semester hours

Two from the following:

Code Course Title Units
BUS 346 Written Business Communication 4
BUS 347 Legal Environment of Business 4
BUS 410 Management Information Systems 4
MGMT 354 Oral Communication in Organizations 4
MGMT 356 Introduction to Organizational Theory 4
MGMT 359 Management of Change & Conflict 4
MGMT 390 Research in Management 4
MGMT 451 International Management 4
MGMT 455 Managing Human Resources 4
MGMT 458 Stress Management 4

Human Resources Management: 12 semester hours

Code Course Title Units
MGMT 455 Managing Human Resources 4
Two of the following:
Code Course Title Units
MGMT 359 Management of Change & Conflict 4
MGMT 426 Training and Development 4
MGMT 456 Compensation and Benefits 4
MGMT 457 Mediation 4