Online Management Degree

100% Online degree program You can complete a bachelor's degree in management online through Linfield's Division of Continuing Education. All the courses in the major, Linfield's general education requirements and the math courses required for the management major can be completed online. A bachelor's degree in management prepares you to meet the challenges and complexities of the business world. Graduates from Linfield's online management degree program have found opportunities in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Linfield offers one of the most convenient, affordable management degrees available, with generous credit for previous college courses as well as credit for prior learning on the job.

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Management Course Overview

To fulfill major requirements in the degree, a student must complete the courses listed below:

BUSN 260 Financial AccountingTwo Linfield Management Electives selected from the following:
BUSN 261 Managerial AccountingBUSN 407 Organizational Behavior
BUSN 301 ManagementBUSN 410 International Management
BUSN 321 MarketingBUSN 415 Business, Ethics & Society
BUSN 340 Business LawBUSN 423 Entrepreneurship
BUSN 341 Financial ManagementBUSN 436* Topics in Management
BUSN 405 Human Resource ManagementBUSN 480** Independent Study
BUSN 495 Strategic Management (MWI)BUSN 487** Internship
ECON 210 Principles of Economics
*may be repeated with different content
**with instructor approval

Program Overview

The Linfield Department of Business believes that education is a life-long process in which higher education has an important part. The focus of the Department's courses and programs provides you with a sound basic education in business, accounting, and management, within the broader context of a liberal arts education. A bachelor's degree in management from Linfield prepares you to meet the challenges and complexities of the business world. Government research indicates that the value of a four-year degree has continued to increase. The United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that the value of a four-year degree has continued to increase. The BLS report of wage and salary workers by educational attainment released in April 2011 showed that adults 25 years and over with a bachelor's degree earned an average of $59,800 annually, while those with a high school diploma earned $32,916. Graduates in management will find opportunities in the profit and non-profit sector, as well as private industry and governmental agencies.

How much is this going to cost and how long will it take?

Two of the most common questions we hear from every prospective student. Not surprisingly the answer is dependent on how many classes you need to take to complete your degree and how much time you can dedicate to completing them. For more detailed information, click here or contact a Linfield Advisor for a free "How Much & How Long" analysis.

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