|The Business Administration and Management (BAM) major includes studies in leadership, organizational change and development, organizational culture, organizational design, communication skills, quality improvement, human resources, values and ethics, understanding financial statements and accounting, and leadership. Research is an integral part of the program and all participants complete a significant applied research project designed to assist them in their work environment.
The program is for senior level managers from a number of fields, middle managers, technical employees, and clerical personnel. Graduates have used their degree to gain promotions, transfer to other opportunities, start their own business, and go on to graduate school in such diverse fields as teaching, health care administration, public administration, human resource management, counseling, and business administration.
The following are the degree competencies for students in the Business Administration and Management degree:
* Also satisfies GUR’s.
** Students who transfer in as juniors and seniors (more than 64 transfer credits) will not be required to take IS 23300.
† Credits are satisfied by Major Requirements.
A Health Care Management (HCM) emphasis is available to students in BAM degree program. This emphasis provides an overview of HCM and an understanding of the business functions necessary for providing services. In addition to completing the requirements for the BAM major, students are required to take
12 credits are required to earn the HCM emphasis. All courses in this emphasis are offered online.
A non-profit emphasis in management is available to students in the BAM degree program. This emphasis provides an introduction to non-profit, an understanding of the business functions, and skills necessary for non-profit program management. In addition to completing the requirements for the major, students are required to take BAM 21000 before taking any of the 40000 level elective courses. In addition to the required BAM 21000, students may select three elective courses from (BAM 42000, BAM 42100, BAM 42200, BAM 42300 and IS 31100); a total of 12 credits is required to earn the non-profit emphasis. All courses in this emphasis are offered online.