Our Bachelor of Arts in Management provides the well-rounded knowledge of business and leadership fundamentals, including effective communication and problem-solving, required for a variety of management career paths. This program, offered 100% online, can help round out your expertise and position you for advancement.
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What You'll Learn
In our BA in Management program, you will gain a comprehensive overview of all aspects of managing a business, enterprise, or organization. The curriculum reflects a balance of theory and practice, emphasizing critical thinking, decision-making, the psychology of leadership, and other business-related competencies required to ensure the effectiveness of individuals and teams in a dynamic and competitive marketplace.
Florida Institute of Technology is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate’s, baccalaureate, master’s, education specialist, and doctoral degrees.
The Bachelor of Arts in Management offers a thorough curriculum intended to provide a well-rounded background in all aspects of managing a business, enterprise, or organization. The curriculum reflects a balance of theory and practice, emphasizing critical thinking, decision-making, problem-solving, leadership, psychology, and other business-related skills related to managing people and teams in today’s dynamic, global and competitive business environment.
Core and Major Education
ASC 1006 Mastering eLearning
BUS 1801 Global Business Perspectives
CIS 1130 PC Applications or CIS 1140 Business Computer Skills
COM 1101 Composition and Rhetoric or WRI 1001 First-Year Writing 2
COM 1102 Writing About Literature
EAC 2211 Principles of Accounting 1
EAC 2212 Principles of Accounting 2
EBA 4498 Strategic Management
EEC 2303 Introduction to Macroeconomics
EEC 2304 Introduction to Microeconomics
ELA 2601 Law 1
EMG 3225 Finance for Managers
EMG 3301 Principles of Management
EMG 3327 Management Information Systems
EMG 3328 Business Ethics
EMG 3331 Management of Human Resources
EMG 3340 International Management
EMG 4005 Business Research Skills and Application (Q)
EMG 4006 Business Plan Research (Q)
EMG 4410 Continuous Quality Management
EMG 4412 Organizational Behavior and Development
EMK 3601 Principles of Marketing
EST 2703 Statistics
MTH 1701 College Algebra
PSY 1411 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 3541 Psychology of Leadership
PSY 3543 Psychology of the Workplace
One 2000-level (or higher) communication course Credit Hours: 3
Humanities (9 credit hours)
Any HUM 1000-level or above
Select first HUM Core Course:
HUM 2051 Civilization 1: Ancient Through Medieval
HUM 2141 World Art History 1: Pre-History to Early Global Awareness
HUM 2211 British Literature and Culture
HUM 2212 British and American Literature 1
HUM 2331 American History: Pre-Columbian to Civil War Era
HUM 2551 Survey of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
Select second HUM Core Course:
HUM 2052 Civilization 2: Renaissance Through Modern
HUM 2142 World Art History 2: Early Modern to Post-Colonial
HUM 2212 British and American Literature 1 (may not be repeated for credit)
HUM 2213 British and American Literature 2
HUM 2332 American History: From Reconstruction to the Present
HUM 2552 Survey of Modern and Contemporary Philosophy
Physical/Life Sciences Electives (6 credit hours)
EDS 1021 General Physical Science (Recommended)
EDS 1022 General Biological Science (Recommended)
Any 1000-level or above (BIO, CHM, EDS, ENS, MET, OCN, PHY, SPS)
Restricted Electives - Business (12 credit hours)
Any 3000/4000 level course (BUS, EMG, EEC, EBA, EAC, EST, EHR, EHC, EMK )
Free Electives (choose two) (6 credit hours)
Total Credits Required: 121
Applicants must demonstrate readiness to succeed in a challenging academic curriculum. The transcript from a regionally accredited or state-approved high school is the most important element of the application. While no minimum grade point average, class rank, or standardized test score is specified, these measures must indicate a readiness for college studies in a chosen academic program.
An applicant who is a U.S. citizen must have earned a high school diploma from a regionally accredited or state-approved high school or a high school equivalency diploma (G.E.D.) by the date of first enrollment. All offers of admission are tentative if the student has high school or collegiate coursework in progress. Final admission is dependent on receipt and review of the student’s final transcripts.
The BA in Management program provides the foundation for professionals hoping to embark on or advance in a management career. The growing complexity of the global business environment should drive demand for candidates with the training and knowledge to lead and manage organizations. Potential career paths include business manager, account manager, marketing manager, brand manager, and advertising manager.