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Bachelor of Arts

Organizational Management

An innovative online program for adult learners, this degree teaches the skills students need to manage people, products, and processes.

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Program Details

Next Start Date: 10/21
Est. Program Length: 12-15 months
Course Length: 7 weeks
Cost Per Credit Hour: $510
Credit Hours: 124
Transfer Credits: 40*

*This is the minimum amount of credits needed to begin the Organizational Management curriculum. Students can transfer as many credits as they have from other accredited institutions.

Excellence in Ethical Leadership

Effective, knowledgeable leaders are needed in every industry imaginable. Whether to handle personnel, analyze organizational problems, or make critical business decisions, employers require individuals with expertise to ensure companies succeed. At Malone University, the online Bachelor’s in Organizational Management program successfully prepares you for any number of leadership positions.

The online organizational management degree is academically rigorous, hands-on, and student-centered. Should you choose, you can concentrate in one of three areas: marketing management, project management, or environmental management. This allows you the option of tailoring your education to fit your personal career goals.  We are also proud of our biblical focus. As a Christian university, Malone provides a faith-centered curriculum that emphasizes ethical management practices.

At Malone, you’ll learn from qualified instructors who possess real-world experience in their fields. Our program features a low student-to-faculty ratio, and a warm, welcoming community that fosters personal and professional growth.

In addition, the online degree program provides a unique accelerated format. Especially designed for adult learners, the program offers working adults the opportunity to quickly finish their bachelor’s degree. Offered fully online or in a hybrid format, it provides you with the flexibility you need to fit your education around your life.

Key topics covered by Malone’s online organizational management degree include:

  • Organizational behavior
  • Communications
  • Management and leadership
  • Statistical methods
  • Control systems
  • Financial management
  • Human resources
  • Business ethics
  • Problem solving
  • Critical thinking

Upon graduation, you will be well-prepared for a number of careers, including those that require strategic and tactical planning, human resource management, financial controls, operations management, business communications, production management, service management, or team development. Malone’s online bachelor’s in organizational management program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

This program consists of 124 Credits

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Courses and Requirements

Your curriculum. Your career.

The course of study for the online Bachelor’s in Organizational Management program teaches a comprehensive foundation in management. It integrates this academic training with the principles of the Christian faith, providing students with a practical groundwork for becoming moral leaders.

Requirements for Admission
Students applying for admission to the online B.A. in Organizational Management must have 40 to 88 credit hours of undergraduate coursework from a regionally accredited college or university to be accepted into the program.

Major Courses
MGMT 201 Group and Organizational Behavior
MGMT 203 Business Communications
MGMT 304 Principles of Management and Leadership
MGMT 240 Business Statistics
MGMT 308 Management Control Systems
MGMT 332 Business Finance
MGMT 406 Human Resource/Personnel Management
MGMT 407 Faith and Worldviews
MGMT 409 Personal Values and Business Ethics
MGMT 410 Capstone in Critical Thinking
MGMT 441 Problem Solving in Management- Part 1
MGMT 442 Problem Solving in Management- Part II

Requirements for Graduation
A student must have a minimum of 124 credit hours including the general education, liberal arts, and management curriculum requirements to complete the requirements for graduation.

Admissions

Admissions Requirements

B.A. Organizational Management Admissions

Candidates for Malone’s online organizational management degree must:

  • Complete an application
  • Submit their official transcripts
  • Have 5 years of working experience
  • Submit relevant military documents, if applicable

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Career Outcomes

Malone’s online organizational management degree prepares graduates for a variety of exciting career opportunities. Here are just a few:

*Career information via Payscale.com

Why Choose Malone?

Malone Online is a Christ-centered university that is recognized for its academic excellence, extraordinary leadership, career-oriented programs, and holistic approach to education.

  • Quality Rankings.

    Among its many accolades, Malone has been listed among the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Values and Best Colleges for Veterans for 2018.

  • Christ-Centered.

    Malone provides an intentional focus on promoting an education based on faith and its integration with intellectual, spiritual, and social growth.

  • Extraordinary Leadership.

    Students work with renowned faculty, caring staff, and can take advantage of unique support programs after graduation.

Benefits of Learning Online

Pursuing an online degree means choosing to elevate your career. Online degree programs offer:

  • Flexibility

    Online learning makes it possible to earn a degree while maintaining a balance of work and life responsibilities.

  • Self-Paced Programs

    Spend more time with instructional materials, and adjust your learning schedule according to your needs.

  • Equal Access to Faculty

    Students who earn their degrees online study with the same excellent professors as their on-campus peers.

  • Affordability

    Online programs allow students to remain at work, and do not incur the additional costs associated with earning a degree on campus.

  • Community

    Learn with like-minded individuals in a digital space that’s every bit as welcoming as an on-campus classroom.

  • Enhanced Motivation

    Because students are afforded so much independence with an online degree, they graduate with the skills they need to excel in their careers.

  • Cultivated Potential

    Graduates emerge from online programs with a greater understanding of their own fortitude and excellence.