Major in Management
Our 42-credit-hour Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in management program develops and refines the management skills you’ll need to be successful in today’s global business environment. You’ll learn how business works and how you can have a positive impact on your organization. The BBA core focuses on knowledge and skills in management, leadership, finance, accounting, marketing, technology, economics, and project planning.
Learn to Apply Business & Leadership Principles
- Develop the skills to build effective interpersonal and group relationships.
- Gain a comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of business.
- Master the skills needed to resolve contemporary management issues.
4+1 Bachelor’s to MBA Dual Degree Program
Students who earn an undergraduate business degree from Baker’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies or College of Arts and Sciences in Baldwin City can earn their bachelor’s degree and MBA in five years. This program is open to current students and graduates.
Baker participants who meet program requirements will not be required to take the 9 hours of MBA foundation courses. 4+1 students will be required to complete the 9 hours of MBA core courses and the 12 hours of concentration courses. To complete the remaining 21 MBA credits within a year, 4+1 students must take one at least one course each term for seven terms.
- Complete 60 Baker undergraduate credit hours toward an SPGS or CAS business baccalaureate degree.
- Satisfy the graduation requirements for the undergraduate program.
- Earn a Baker cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- Earn a GPA of 3.0 or higher in Baker business baccalaureate core courses.
You Can Do this
You can fit college courses into your existing schedule by taking classes online or take the core and foundational courses via Zoom. Classes are held year-round, and new classes start every six weeks.
Prior Learning Credit
Our Prior Learning and Assessment (PLA) Center offers flexible, efficient ways to recognize college-level learning you have acquired through life experiences outside the traditional college classroom. You have the opportunity to earn credit through several nontraditional methods, and to save time and money by gaining college credit for what you already know.
Learn from Business Professionals
Instructors in the BSM program are working professionals from diverse disciplines. As experts in their respective fields, they will share their experiences and knowledge with you while challenging you to reflect and critically examine the world in which you live.
Baker Builds Business Leaders
A degree from Baker commands respect in the business community. It signifies that you have met Baker’s high standards and have acquired the knowledge and skills to excel in your career.
Meet Our Students
Craig | Bachelor of Business Administration
Class of '18
Course Work & Requirements
BBA Core Courses - Lower Division
BBA Core Courses - Upper Division
Management Major Courses (18 hours)