Bachelor of Business Administration: Management

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Program Description

The University of West Alabama’s online Bachelor of Business Administration offers a unique program concentrated on management that will propel your career into a meaningful and high-earning leadership position. In a flexible and online format, you’ll be able to engage with rigorous coursework at a rate that’s comfortable for you. You have full control over your academic schedule, and you can personalize it to match your work and personal needs.

In the Bachelor of Business Administration, you’ll engage with a variety of topics including business communication, finance, professional development, application development, and computer networking. As a result, you’ll get equipped with the necessary tools to navigate a diverse array of industries as you climb the ladder to a leadership position.

The management program prepares you to motivate employees and maximize productivity to help your organization thrive. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, those in management positions earn the highest of all major occupational groups with a median salary of $98,000. As you get closer to graduation, you’ll be prepared to enter a career as a manager in human resources, finance, marketing, sales, public relations and more.

Business leaders will continue to be in demand. The University of West Alabama’s Bachelor of Business Administration in management will give you the necessary foundation to move into the job market. Discover more about your future potential as a leader and request more information about the program today.

Last updated Oct 2020

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