Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Management

Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Management

Flexible Online Courses,
Real-World Leadership Training

BS Management | Program Highlights

Northern Michigan University offers an online bachelor’s degree in management that prepares students to be effective leaders through a mix of online classroom discussion and real-world management experiences. This in-depth online program will prepare you for an advanced career helping businesses tackle problems of the 21st century. Your career opportunities are endless and will be directed by your interests and the competencies and skills you learn through both your academic work and hands-on experience.

Flexible, Rigorous
Online Curriculum
 

Transfer up to 90 Credits

Industry-Relevant Internships

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What will you learn in NMU’s Bachelor of Management Degree?

Leaders with an appreciation for the forces active in complex organizations, worker effectiveness and operating efficiencies are the foundation of any successful enterprise. This program provides both theoretical base knowledge and training in the working applications of management, the ability to critically evaluate managerial actions, and the ability to apply managerial decision-making skills to future situations.

Example Major Topics:

  • Fundamentals of both financial and managerial accounting
  • Financial management
  • Legal environment and other law topics
  • Communication and behavior topics
  • Quantitative problem solving
  • International business
  • Strategic managing
  • Retail
  • Marketing
  • Conflict management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Economics topics

Example Minor Topics:

  • Communication courses
  • Accounting topics
  • Law environment and cyber law
  • Administration
  • Small enterprise management
  • International business
  • Human resource management

How much does and online bachelor’s degree in management cost at NMU?

The full program costs vary depending on student status. Financial aid is available in the form of grants, loans, and scholarships based on eligibility. A financial aid representative can help you make decisions about how to pay for college.

Contact Financial Aid Office:

(906) 277-2327 or fao@nmu.edu

BS in Management Careers

Graduates of NMU’s Online BS in Management are prepared for a variety of challenging and fulfilling careers or to continue their education as outstanding grad school candidates. Career opportunities include leadership positions in every industry. If you are interested in it, there is a management position that needs you.

Financial Managers

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Median MBA Salary

Advertising & Marketing Managers

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Median Starting Salary

Human Resource Managers

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Average Salary

Source: bls.gov

Online BS in Management Admission Requirements

Admission requirements differ depending on the status of the applicant (first-year student, transfer, etc.) and the level of academic program.

First-year/Freshman Applicants

  • Applicants with a cumulative high school GPA of 2.25 or higher (4.0 scale) and documented high school graduation or GED/equivalency completion will be admitted to NMU.
  • Applicants with a cumulative high school GPA less than 2.25 will need additional review and may be either regularly admitted to the university, conditionally admitted, or admitted with restriction to a specific program.

Transfer Students

  • Transfer applicants will be admitted if they have achieved a cumulative college GPA of 2.00 or higher in college-level courses taken at all post-secondary institutions attended after high school and are eligible to return to the last institution attended.
  • Transfer applicants with fewer than 12 semester credit hours (or 18 quarter hours) of college-level coursework after high school graduation will be reviewed based on both high school and college performance.

Bachelor of Management Curriculum

Total Credits Required 120 credits
General Education 30-40 credits
Business Core* 32 credits
ACT 230
ACT 240
FIN 351
MGT 221
MGT 240
MGT 325
MGT 344
MKT 230
Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
Financial Management I
Legal Environment of Business
Organizational Behavior and Management
Operations Management
Managerial Communication
Introduction to Marketing
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Management 32 credits
CIS 222
MGT 343
MGT 436
MGT 475
Quantitative Business Problem Solving
Human Resource Management
Strategic Management
International Business
4
4
4
4
Management Approved Electives 16 credits
Choose from the following quantitative courses: 4 credits
ACT 311
CIS 410
FIN 352
MA 161
MGT 425
Cost Accounting
Analytics for Decision Support
Financial Management II
Calculus I (QUAR)
Business Research
4
4
4
4
4
Choose from the following functional courses: 4 credits
CIS 440
MKT 331
MKT 411
MKT 438
Management Information Systems
Retailing and Supply Chain Management
Professional Selling
Marketing Management
4
4
4
4
Choose from the following management elective courses: 8 credits
MGT 215
MGT 336
MGT 345
MGT 355
MGT 360
MGT 412
MGT 414
MGT 419
MGT 424
MGT 491
MGT 495
MGT 498
Entrepreneurship
Cyber Law
Employment and Labor Law
Methods of Training
Controversial Issues in Marketing and Management
Compensation Design and Administration
Small Enterprise Management
Seminar in Human Resource Management
Conflict Management and Collective Bargaining
Internship in Management
Special Topics in Management
Directed Study in Management
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Other Required Courses 28 credits
EC 201
EC 202
DATA 109
MA 113
PSY 100
SO 101
SO 113
SP 100
SP 110
Microeconomic Principles
Macroeconomic Principles
Introduction to Statistics (QUAR)
Finite Mathematics (QUAR)
Introduction to Psychological Science (SCII)
Introductory Sociology (PERS) or
Social Problems (PERS)
Public Address (EFFC) or
Interpersonal Communication (INTT)
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
*Courses in business core cannot be double counted toward another major or minor.
This major does not require a minor.
Total Credits Required 20 credits
Minor Core Courses 12 credits
MGT 240
MGT 343
MGT 344
Organizational Behavior and Management
Human Resource Management
Managerial Communication
4
4
4
Electives 8 credits
ACT 230
ACT 240
MGT 221
MGT 295
MGT 325
MGT 336
MGT 355
MGT 360
MGT 412
MGT 414
MGT 419
MGT 424
MGT 475
MGT 495
Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
Legal Environment of Business
Special Topics in Management
Operations Management
Cyber Law
Methods of Training
Controversial Issues in Marketing and Management
Compensation Design and Administration
Small Enterprise Management
Seminar in Human Resource Management
Conflict Management and Collective Bargaining
International Business
Special Topics in Management
Any 300-400 level MKT prefix course approved by dept. advisor
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
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