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 Business & Management

College of
Business & Management

Management Degree Program

Management Degree Program

Are you inspired by the dynamic forces of change and potential for growth in the ever-evolving business landscape? Would you enjoy leading business improvement efforts or managing innovation initiatives for an organization? Then consider DeVry University’s bachelor's degree in management, designed to help students gain the knowledge and skills needed to adapt in rapidly changing, tech-dependent and competitive global marketplaces.

This on-campus or online degree-completion program helps prepare students for a business management path in a variety of industries. If you're currently employed, this bachelor’s degree program can be a great way to add versatile problem-solving and management skills to help prepare for what’s next in your field.

To further align your business school studies with your own interests, choose from our many specializations focusing on distinct roles within an organization such as accounting, supply chain management and project management.

All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.

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2TechPath Associate and Bachelor’s degree programs are offered to new students at the cost of $487 per credit hour, which is 20% lower than our Non TechPath rate at $609. 20% savings is applicable to those who apply after 4/21/2017. New TechPath pricing savings do not apply to certificate programs.

Program Details

Management Degree Specializations

Business Management Courses

On Campus and Online Degree Options

An Accredited Business School Program

Management Degree Specializations

We offer 11 specializations within the Management degree program. Students dedicate at least 30 credit hours of their coursework to their preferred business management program specialization.

Choosing a specialization within your bachelor’s degree program can help you prepare for more focused business management roles across various industries. Student learning experiences are designed to further your knowledge with a depth of coursework centered on disciplines like supply chain management, accounting, business intelligence and human resources management.

Business Management Courses

The courses within DeVry University’s Bachelor of Science in Management degree program span a broad range of topics related to finance, business administration, technology and beyond. Core or required coursework areas for DeVry’s business management students may include data analysis, principles of economics, marketing and project management. Additional classes in your field of study will depend on the requirements for the degree specialization you pursue.

Additionally, at DeVry we believe in broadening your knowledge and skills beyond the area of your business degree program. To help prepare you for the interconnected workplace and business markets of tomorrow, your general studies may include communications, humanities, mathematics, social sciences and more.

On Campus and Online Degree Options

At DeVry, you have opportunities to learn on campus, online and across our new extended classrooms. You can experience a variety of class environments to complement your learning style and to tailor your schedule to fit your busy life year round.

Explore on campus and online degree options

Please note that program, course, and extended classroom availability vary by location. Learn more about DeVry's Bachelor's in Business Management online.

An Accredited Business School Program

When you earn your bachelor’s degree in management from DeVry, you're backed by an accredited institution* with more than 85 years of experience providing business-based courses with a technology focus as part of a hands-on education.

*DeVry University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org.

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Bachelor of Science

Management

Graduation Requirements

  1. <p>full-time semesters</p>
    08

    full-time semesters

  2. <p>credit hours</p>
    122

    credit hours

Career Services for Bachelor's Degree Students

Whether you're working to move ahead in your field or looking to take an entirely new path, DeVry’s career services team has helped thousands of bachelor’s degree holders get started with or further develop their career plans. Improve your resume, establish networking contacts, and explore opportunities in your field after graduation. Wherever your management degree takes you, DeVry has tools, resources and advisors available to help you pursue your professional goals.

Related Business Degree Programs

Whether you want to complete an online business degree or take classes at one of our 55+ campus locations, at DeVry you can choose a degree program that’s the right fit for you. DeVry’s Bachelor of Science in Business Management, like our bachelor's degree program in Business Administration, is designed for students with little to no prior college education and work experience. If you have relevant prior college credits or professional experience, you might consider a bachelor’s degree in Technical Management, which offers many of the same specializations.

  • Bachelor’s in Business Administration: Develop a solid foundation in core business concepts from the start of your education journey. Focus on critical business administration areas and learn to demonstrate leadership skills as you gain a well-rounded education you can use in a variety of organizational settings.
  • Bachelor’s in Technical Management: Advance your knowledge in your area of interest and build on prior experience with this business degree, designed with the transfer student in mind. You can choose from a wide range of elective courses and apply qualifying transfer credits as you prepare for a specialized field such as business intelligence, health information management or criminal justice.