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A Learning Lab for the 21st Century Workplace

A Learning Lab for the 21st Century Workplace

A Learning Lab for the 21st Century Workplace

Program of Study

Graduates will be prepared to pursue management opportunities in a wide range of industries.

General Management Degree Map

Healthcare Management Degree Map

Program Outcomes

Known as the learning lab for the 21st-century workplace, the Management bachelor’s degree is  designed for those who have completed an associate’s degree in any field, including those that do not directly transfer to four-year schools. The fully online program replicates the on-the-job learning environment with upper-level courses that model a management view perspective through teamwork and independent learning. Participants are invited to join a weekly lunchtime Zoom meeting at which they can engage with faculty and with other participants.

Degree Option
The Bachelor in Applied Science – Management program is a two-year, 90-credit degree that offers an opportunity to gain the skills needed to step up to a management position. It is designed for students who have completed any associate degree including those degrees that do not typically transfer to four-year schools (AA, AAS-T, AAS, or ATA).

The program offers a BAS degree in either General Management or Healthcare Management. The Healthcare Management option is a non-clinical program.

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Management program, students will be able to:

  • Address managerial and workplace issues and opportunities in their field of interest by applying a problem-solving approach that integrates multiple disciplines and functions.
  • Compose solutions to workplace issues and opportunities that integrate fiscal and social responsibility perspectives.
  • Challenge assumptions such as those formed by culture or irrational logic by analyzing the origins and perpetuation of explicit and implicit bias.
  • Construct a platform for personal career/occupational growth and community impact by analyzing the levers of social capital, power, and privilege.
  • Demonstrate leadership and professional presence by modeling workplace-appropriate norms.

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Learn more about the program and the application process.