Degree type(s): Bachelor's
Degree field(s): Business & Finance
Location(s): Online; Alexandria, MN; Billings, MT; Bismarck, ND (Butler Center Location); Fargo, ND; Grand Forks AFB, ND; Watford City, ND
Program offerings by location and modality are subject to change.
Evening or Online Business Management Bachelor's Degree Program
Bachelor of Science (BS); Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)
Earn your bachelor’s degree in Management with maximum flexibility and convenience in the evening or online degree program at the University of Mary, designed specifically for the working adult. The evening or online bachelor degree in management program focuses on accepted Management principles for a variety businesses and industries.
To discover how you can complete your degree in this innovative program, send your college transcript(s) to the University of Mary for a free transcript evaluation today!
Whether you choose to study for your Management degree entirely online, face-to-face one evening per week, or a blend of both options, Management courses provide the skills necessary to advance your career. In the program’s core courses, students receive training in all aspects of management including business law, accounting, project management, organizational behavior, human resources, and more.
This degree provides preparation for career advancement, specialization in a certain business field or pursuit of a Master’s degree. The University of Mary’s evening or online Management bachelor degree program is offered in an accelerated format, which enables students to begin an affordable online MBA program or MSB (Master of Science in Business) program. Graduates of the evening or online Management bachelor’s program will also learn ethical business practices, as Benedictine, Christian, and Catholic values are conveyed throughout every course.
The evening and online Management degree programs are offered as a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Applied Science degree through the Gary Tharaldson School of Business at the University of Mary.
Evening or Online Business Management Degree Program Highlights
As a student in the evening or online Management degree program, you will have access to expert University of Mary academic advisors who will help you choose the best courses that will not only help you complete your management degree, but also align with your career goals.
Affordable Evening or Online Education
As one of the most affordable private universities in the country, the University of Mary provides a high-quality education that is accessible to any student.
Reversing national trends, the University of Mary recently lowered its tuition rate for its evening and online programs! Students pay a competitive evening or online tuition rate of $470 per credit.
Financial Aid is available for evening and online degree programs through the University of Mary. Contact your personal admissions rep who will ensure you receive the best financial package possible.
Time to Completion
Your Management bachelor degree is designed for the working adult looking to maintain full-time employment. Our accelerated undergraduate program allows you to finish fast without devastating your life.
Most classes start every 5 weeks all year long.
Choose what works for you. Our online bachelor degree program provides all of the convenience of online education and the quality afforded by our cutting-edge technology. For those who prefer face-to-face instruction, our on-site evening bachelor degree program classes meet one night per week at conveniently located adult learning locations across the Midwest. So, at the University of Mary, you have three options to earn your degree:
- Entirely online
- Evening courses, one night per week. Evening class are located in Bismarck, Fargo, and Grand Forks Air Force Base in North Dakota.
- Blended combination of online and evening courses
The University of Mary’s bachelor degree in Management program is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission.
Collaborative Learning In The Evening and Online Degree Programs
Work toward your bachelor degree in Management with a group of adult student peers, providing strong support, work teams, and long-lasting friendships.
Online Learning Technology
Use a state-of-the-art online learning program, called Canvas, to ensure that you receive top-quality instruction. See how our teachers use Canvas.
Learn from Business Leaders
The program utilizes a scholar-practitioner model, so you will learn from faculty who are also business leaders in their communities and in the region. This approach allows a real-world perspective in your classes.
Focus on You, Not on Research
At the University of Mary, because our focus is on the latest and most innovative business practices, rather than on academic research, we can give you additional individualized attention.
Apply Christian, Catholic, Benedictine values to navigate ethical complexities in business and serve the greater good.
Career Outlook for Business Management Majors
Management analysts, often called management consultants, propose ways to improve an organization's efficiency. They advise managers on how to make organizations more profitable through reduced costs and increased revenues.
Employment of management analysts is projected to grow 14% from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Demand for the services of these workers will grow as organizations continue to seek ways to improve efficiency and control costs.
All of the following courses require a final grade of C or higher to count towards the major
- ACC 101, 102
- BUS 311, 346, 71, 401, 403, 420, 454
- MGT 326, 328, 371, 378,
- ALU 499, Senior Competencies Assessment, a series of assessments to be taken during their last semester of study.
Note: Students should check with their academic advisor and the academic catalog for a full list of courses and pre-requisites.
TRANSFER INTO AN EVENING OR ONLINE PROGRAM
If you’re a transfer student who enrolls in Mary’s evening or online bachelor degree in Management program, 16 of your upper level (300-400) credits need to include Management courses taken from the University of Mary. Please note that computer information electives and upper-level business electives will not count toward the graduation requirement.
Program Advisors: Dr. Kevin Fishbeck