College of Business and Aviation

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Business Management

About

In the Division of Management, Marketing and Business Administration, the management major consists of five tracks: Business Management, International Business and Development, Services Management, Human Resource Management, and Supply Chain Management  tracks. The division’s objective is to provide students with programs offering a broad range of successful career opportunities.

Tracks

The management track prepares students to enter organizations as leaders, supervisors, and decision makers. It provides students with many career possibilities including healthcare management, manufacturing, small business management, service industry management, retail management, quality management and human resource management, among many others. Some elements of the program include:

  • Management skills needed in all fields
  • Opportunity to network with business professionals
  • Highly qualified faculty
  • Online and hybrid classes
  • Current event discussions

Courses include:

  • Principles of Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Operations Management
  • Supervisory Management
  • International Business

The international business and development track is designed to provide students with a solid educational foundation to enter the workforce and assist in the management needs of global industry. Through this track, students develop the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in international industries throughout numerous fields. The IBD track addresses the needs of global business and provides students with skills required to succeed and advance within international organizations. The courses in this program target issues and subjects relevant to global organizations.

An increasing number of organizations is choosing to provide their products and services to the world and as such the need for qualified graduates with a background in international business is growing. Some elements of the program include:

  • Increasingly high demand for graduates
  • Interaction with international business professionals
  • Current event discussions
  • Exciting field of study
  • Online and hybrid courses

Courses include:

  • International Business
  • International Management
  • International Marketing
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • International Development Theory
  • International Managerial Policy and Strategy

The services management track is designated to provide students with the managerial skills needed to be successful in services management. The curriculum offers courses that address areas of importance in the services management   field. This curriculum focuses on the unique issues of managing intangible, inseparable, perishable, and variable business offerings.

The human resources management track is designed to provide students with the managerial skills needed to be successful in human resources. The curriculum offers courses that address areas of importance for organizations to be able to maximize employee performance to meet their strategic objectives. Specific areas of focus include workforce development, recruitment and selection, training, performance appraisal, and industrial relations.

The supply chain management track is designed to provide student with the managerial skills needed to be successful in supply chain management. The curriculum offers courses that address areas of importance for the organization in the movement of materials and goods through the supply chain from raw materials to distribution of product to maximize efficiency. Specific areas of focus include project management, logistics, inventory and demand, analytics, and quality management.