Kick Start Your Career with a B.S. in Management
Whether your long-term goals include making a profit or running a nonprofit, you’ll need the essential business and management skills that a B.S. in Management offers.
Bay State College’s Management program emphasizes real-world experiences and practical knowledge that put you at the top of your game as you strive toward your entrepreneurial goal.
Here’s what a B.S. in Management with Bay State College looks like:
Real-world experience—and connections. With professors who have an average of 15 years of managerial experience, a new Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and access to internships with industry-leading companies in Boston, Bay State’s program puts a premium on the real workings of the business world.
Flexible class options. The program at Bay State College provides you and your complex life with options. Earn your degree at your own pace with day classes offered at the Back Bay campus, evening classes in both the Back Bay and Taunton locations, or online.
Concentrations that focus your expertise. Bay State’s management program offers industry-specific concentrations, including finance, healthcare, human resources and marketing. Special courses in each of these areas offer you in-depth knowledge, contacts and experience for a great head start in your chosen field.
Great placements. Build your own business or establish yourself as a leader at a top-notch firm. Bay State College management graduates have gotten jobs at New Balance, Bank of America, John Hancock, Marriott Hotels, Corcoran Management, Virgin America Airlines, and other great companies.
The next level. If your studies fire you up for more, Bay State College has a partnership with the New England College of Business, so you can transition from Bay State’s management program to earn your MBA through online courses with only one additional year of study.
To succeed as a management professional, you need connections, experience, and knowledge. Check out Bay State College’s management program to see how to get a running start on all three.