Bachelor's Degree in Business Management
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? DeVry University’s Bachelor's Degree in Management is designed to help students gain the knowledge and skills needed to adapt in rapidly changing and competitive global marketplaces.
If you’re a creative problem solver, consider earning a business management degree from DeVry University. This onsite or online management degree helps prepare students for a business career in a variety of industries and can add versatile problem-solving and management skills to help you prepare for what’s next in your field. With a bachelor’s degree in business management, you will be introduced to management concepts like budgeting and forecasting, project management and marketing. You’ll learn through real-world management scenarios and practice the skills needed to motivate employees and help them perform.
Get to Know Our Bachelor's in Business Management
When you partner with DeVry to earn your Bachelor's in Management degree, you'll learn the strategies used to manage employees and business goals across a variety of functions. Our professors are working professionals who will help you create a solid foundation in areas such as accounting, project management, marketing, entrepreneurship and human resources. You can choose to earn your degree 100% online or through a combination of online and onsite at one of our campus locations.
- Join a growing profession: Launch a career in a fast-growing field. For example, employment of management analysts is expected to grow 11 percent nationally from 2019-2029, much faster than the average for all occupations.
- Choose your own path: With our undecided model, you’ll be exposed to 11 different online business management degree specializations and be better equipped to choose your path.
- Learn from experienced professors: DeVry’s faculty bring real-world experiences that can be immediately applicable to the workplace.
- Experience flexibility to fit your life: Study full- or part-time and tailor your DeVry experience to fit your life. Classes start every 8 weeks, so you can begin your business management degree when it makes sense for you.
Business Management Specializations
Classes Start Every 8 Weeks
Earn your Bachelor's Degree in Management in as little as 2 years + 8 months*—or even more quickly with qualifying transfer credits.
*Not including breaks. Assumes year-round, full-time enrollment.
A bachelor's degree in business management can prepare you for a number of careers in business, such as human resources, project management, sales and marketing and more. Graduates of DeVry’s management degree program may consider, but are not limited to, the following careers:
Security and Commodities
Business Management Degree Courses
The courses within DeVry’s Bachelor’s in Management degree program include topics related to finance, business administration, technology and beyond. Core or required coursework 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 of the degree specialization.
Additionally, at DeVry we believe in broadening your knowledge and skills beyond the specific 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.
Core Degree Courses
|BIS155||Data Analysis with Spreadsheets with Lab|
|BUSN115||Introduction to Business and Technology|
|COMP100||Computer Applications for Business with Lab|
|MGMT303||Principles of Management|
Management and Technology
|BIS245||Database Essentials for Business with Lab|
|BUSN278||Budgeting and Forecasting|
|MGMT408||Management of Technology Resources|
|MGMT410||Human Resource Management|
|WGD210||Digital Imaging Fundamentals|
|BIAM300||Managerial Applications of Business Analytics|
|BIAM400||Applied Business Analytics|
|BIAM410||Database Concepts in Business Intelligence|
General Degree Courses
|ETHC445||Principles of Ethics|
|LAS432||Technology, Society and Culture|
|ECON312||Principles of Economics|
|SOCS1854||Culture and Society|
Mathematics and Natural Sciences
|MATH114||Algebra for College Students|
|MATH221||Statistics for Decision-Making|
|SCI228||Nutrition, Health and Wellness with Lab|
Additional General Education Selection
Personal and Professional Development
|COLL148||Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving|
FAQs: Business Management
What is a management degree?
A management degree teaches students what they need to know to manage organizations and lead people in business settings. Management degrees can be earned at the associate, bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral level, and can focus on specific areas within business.
What can you do with a business management degree?
There are many options and career paths available to those who earn a business management degree. From leading organizations to being a valued individual contributor, some potential careers include marketing manager, business analyst or a financial analyst.
Is business management a good degree?
A business management degree is a good degree if it aligns with your desired career path and will help you gain the knowledge you need to achieve your goals. Specifically, a business management degree can help you better understand the basics of business, hone your management skills, become a better people leader and lead organizations into the future. If those are skills you want to develop, a business management degree can be a good choice.
Learn more about why a business management degree can be worth the investment.
Can I get a business management degree online?
Yes, many schools now offer online business management degrees. Schools such as DeVry University and DeVry’s Keller Graduate School of Management offer online business management degrees at the associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree levels. Plus, DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org. DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation.
Is business management a BA or BS?
Typically, a business management degree is a bachelor of science (BS) degree. That is the case at DeVry University.
If I chose to pursue my business management degree online, will I still be able to have access to admissions representatives and student support advisors?
Yes, our representatives and advisors are available to all students enrolled and new students looking to enroll. Our colleagues are here to help you. If you have any questions regarding your bachelor’s degree in management, they will help you whenever you are ready.
Will the business management degree provide the knowledge and skills to be prepared to manage or supervise employees?
Some classes that you may take will include principles of management, where you will be taught management theories. Another potential course is managerial applications of business analytics, which focuses on how analytics impact organizational management.
What specializations are offered with this degree?
Specializations offered with DeVry’s business management degree include accounting, finance, human resources and project management among others. Learn more about each of our business specializations.
Whether you want to complete a business management degree online or take classes at one of our 40+ campus locations, at DeVry you can choose a business degree program that’s the right fit for you. DeVry’s Bachelor’s degree in Business Management offerings, like our Bachelor’s in Business Administration, are 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.
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.
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.