Management Online Bachelor’s Degree
If you want a versatile degree that will open many pathways of opportunity, NAU’s online Management Bachelor’s Degree program can move you—and your career—forward. It will prepare you for career advancement in a business specialty field or help you transition to a graduate degree program.
Online Management Bachelor’s Program Overview
The management online bachelor’s degree prepares you with critical management skills you can take to nearly any career. It provides the foundation you need in business management, along with an emphasis on key principles and concepts in the areas of:
- Principles of Management
- Business Ethics
- Human Resources
- IT Systems
You will also have the opportunity to create your own subject area of specialization to align with your career goals, using National American University course offerings to become an effective business management decision-maker.
Graduates of the program will be able to:
- Analyze how concepts in the principal areas of business guide organizational decision-making.
- Use current business technologies in support of organizational continuity.
- Show the leadership skills required to achieve strategic business objectives.
- Apply appropriate ethical perspectives in a global business environment.
- Demonstrate effective communication strategies across multiple stakeholder groups.
- Employ productive collaboration methods with multiple stakeholder groups.
Course Listing (180 Credits)
AC2760 – Financial Accounting for Managers
FN3000 – Business Finance I OR
FN6200DC – Accounting and Finance for Managers
MG3000 – Marketing OR
MG6200DC – Marketing and Sales Management OR
MG6500DC – Marketing Administration
MT1050 – Introduction to Business
MT2050 – Principles of Management
MT3050 – Human Resource Management OR
MT6300DC – Managing Human Resources
MT3230/ PL3230 – Employment Law OR
LA6570DC – Human Resource Law
MT3300 – Supervision OR
MT6255DC – Introduction to Leadership and Quality
MT3500 – Managing Information Systems
MT4200 – Business Ethics
MT4300 – Management Across Cultures OR
MT6580DC – International Management
MT4444 – Management Review Lab
MT4450 – Strategic Management
OM3000 – Operations Management
FN6350DC – Financial Management
General Education (22.5) Available for Block Transfer
EN1150 – Composition I
SC – Science Elective
HU2000 – Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Behavioral/Social Science Elective
General Education Elective
General Education (34.5) Course-by-Course Transfer
EN1300 – Composition II
EN2100 – Speech OR
EN2150 – Interpersonal Professional Communication
EN3070 – Advanced Research and Writing
MA2000 – Quantitative Reasoning
MA3000 – Business Statistics
Behavioral Social Science
EC2050 – Macroeconomics OR
EC6100DC – Economic Analysis
EC2100 – Microeconomics OR
EC6150DC – Managerial Economics
CS2080 Career Management
Course availability is subject to minimum class size requirements.