B.S. in Management candidates look to the internal structure of an organization with the goal of being a better manager or team leader: How can I develop internal strengths for greater satisfaction and productivity within the workforce?
A Bachelor of Science in Management degree from the University of Redlands School of Business offers students and employers a well-rounded educational experience that focuses on the development of management and leadership skills.
The program is of particular interest to those who (a) need to complete their undergraduate education to move up in the organizational hierarchy and/or (b) possess sufficient skills about specific business functions (such as information systems, finance, budgeting, operations etc.) but now feel the need to supplement those skills with specialized knowledge on leadership and organizational behavior.
While the core of the B.S. in Management program provides students with a conceptual foundation on managing and leading people and organizations, the program also emphasizes demonstrable communication skills. These communication skills facilitate both management and leadership decision-making and help students evolve as managers and leaders in the future. Students have the opportunity to relate the classroom experience to their current jobs and apply their new knowledge.
The B.S. in Management program draws from the University of Redlands outstanding faculty who bring into the classroom an optimal blend of theory and practice and appreciate the life experience and workplace insights of adult learners. In most of the courses, students can immediately relate the classroom experience to their current jobs and apply the knowledge gained thereby preparing to advance their careers to the next level. While the Bachelor of Science in Business offers students a broad, generalist view of the entire organization and hence focuses on each functional area of business, the Bachelor of Science in Management zooms in on management and leadership skill-building that is supplemented by functional knowledge of business from a manager's point of view.
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