The Bachelor of Science in Business Management prepares you to provide leadership within businesses and organizations. Emphasis is on the role of leadership for business and organizational planning, effectiveness, and problem-solving through the application of professional skills, management techniques, team building, and the formulation and implementation of business strategies. You will learn about contract law, marketing, economics, and managerial accounting and finance. The business management program also contains courses that help you apply Christian values and ethics to situations in business settings.
Course of study
You can earn your Bachelor of Science in Business Management in 18–22 months upon completion of 125 semester credits in general education, major, and elective requirements. Learn about transferring credits toward your program of study.
After completing your general education and other requirements, your Business Management program includes the following courses:
Business Management Coursework (37 credits)
For course descriptions see the Graduate & Continuing Education Catalog. Courses subject to change.
Classes meet once a week from 6–10 p.m. on the Northwestern campus.
Meet our faculty
Associate Professor of Marketing David Erickson, Ph.D., has been teaching at the University of Northwestern since 1993. He brings a wealth of real life experience to the subject of marketing and teaches in both the undergraduate and adult undergraduate programs. Erickson is heavily involved in the institutional advancement of Northwestern and has a passion for teaching and being with students.
Learn more about our business management faculty:
Through the FOCUS Adult Undergraduate program in Business Management you will: