BSBA Organizational Management
The Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration Degree with a concentration in Organizational Management is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop techniques of behavioral management. Students will learn how to identify characteristics common to all organizations - behavior and processes. Students will be able to explain how groups influence interpersonal behavior within organizations and to develop decision-making skills for dealing with complex conceptual problems in an ethical manner.
*The Associate of Science in Business Administration degree can
be awarded upon completion of 60 semester hours.
Students can complete the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
degree program or tailor their degree to include one
or more majors.
Upon successful completion of this degree, you are eligible to enroll into Southwest University’s graduate degree program(s).
120 Semester Hours
* The Associate of Science in Business Administration can be awarded upon completions of
60 semester hours.
A maximum of 90 semester hours may be accepted toward fulfilling the degree requirement.
Students must complete a minimum of 30 semester hours, 10 courses, with Southwest University.
General Education Courses
Students must have satisfied or they must complete the following General Education courses:
Students must have satisfied or they must complete the following core courses:
Concentration Requirement Courses