It’s a big messy world out there, and somebody needs to manage it. How about you? Learn more about getting your Management Bachelor Degree through our evening classes.
With employment of office managers predicted to grow by 11% by 2018, management is definitely an in-demand degree. The Evening Management Bachelor Degree Business Program at Bay State is all about giving you the tools you need to be a successful manager, within a learning environment that’s inspiring and hands-on.
Whether your ultimate goal is working for an industry leader, managing a non-profit organization, or starting your own business, you first need to learn how to manage. Doing so means learning about not only marketing, finance and international business, but also ethics, economics and human resources. Our Business Management Bachelor Degree Program will let you take advantage of all that the business world has to offer—with courses that give you the practical knowledge and skills you need, plus internships that deliver relevant real-world experience. Best of all, you can tap into the first-hand experience of your professors, who are management professionals themselves. The business professors at Bay State College bring an average of 15 years of real-world managerial experience to their classrooms.
Through coursework, case studies, and teamwork exercises, you’ll be ready to get on the fast track to business management from the moment you graduate with your Business Management Bachelor Degree. The business contacts you make through professors, guest speakers, and internships, along with the support of Bay State’s Career Services, will give you an even greater springboard to a meaningful career.
Ready to enter the world of business? With our Management Degree evening classes, we’re holding the door.
The mission of the Management program is to educate students in the science of management within an international arena, using critical thinking skills, group dynamics, and research and practical applications through case analysis. At the completion of the program, students will be able to contribute to areas within the field of management, or continue on towards a graduate education.
The management program uses several methods to stress the skills necessary to compete in an ever-changing global economy. These skills include analytical skills of problem solving, presentation skills, case and group work, and the ability to perform business research, whether basic or applied, and to implement the results.
When do classes start?
Every eight (8) weeks, there are six (6) terms each year: