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Online Business Management Degree Program

A bachelor’s degree or associate degree in business management gives you core business skills and knowledge that can be applied to many careers. Graduates of Herzing’s online degree programs understand the unique purpose of the departments that make up a business and how these teams work together to ensure overall success.

As you earn your degree, you’ll gain critical skills in accounting, management, business law, economics, marketing and sales.  You'll also choose electives that focus on your key interests in the business administration field.

In addition to specific subject knowledge, our online business management degree students learn how to:

  • Think critically in an ever-evolving business world
  • Develop innovative solutions to critical business issues
  • Communicate effectively - both verbally and in writing
  • Use industry-standard computer software for data collection and analysis.

Business Careers in Any Field

Earning a degree in business management online can benefit anyone – from those working in customer relations or sales, directors and executives, or entrepreneurs. The skills you’ll learn in Herzing’s business classes – both online and on-campus – can readily apply to any industry, including finance, industry, manufacturing, healthcare and education.

Thinking of pursuing a business-related career? You should be able to work effectively individually and in a team environment. They should also be comfortable using a computer and present themselves in a professional manner. If this sounds like you, a Bachelors in Business Management is a great place to start.

Business Management Degree Concentrations

Our programs can be tailored with the following concentrations:

Ask your admissions advisor for more information.

A Herzing University business management degree provides students with a well-rounded education in all aspects of business. This offers graduates unlimited career growth and opportunities.

Not sure which business focus is for you? The first step is to pay attention to which business classes you find most stimulating. For example, if you enjoy learning the different methods for attracting attract new business, you may have a future in marketing, sales, advertising, or product development. Are you a “numbers person,” fascinated by financial transactions? If so, a position in accounting or finance may be ideal for you.

What is the career outlook for business studies?

With the growing economy, new businesses and management opportunities are always being added. These businesses require qualified professionals to ensure profitability and survival, creating a strong career outlook for management graduates.

How do I advance my business management career?

Advancing your business career depends on the individual career path you choose – such as marketing, executive management, or corporate training. Some graduates move up in the field simply by gaining on-the-job experience, while others benefit by earning a master’s degree or industry credential.

Once you have determined what their career goal position is, our Career Development Department can help you create a plan that will position them for the greatest chance at reaching your professional goals.

Where do business management graduates work?

Graduates typically work in an office environment, although office environments can vary greatly – from start-up agencies to established corporations. Offices may be located in an office building or on location at a manufacturing company or factory.

Some business graduates may be able to work from an online home office with occasional trips to the main office for meetings and presentations. Depending on the specific position, some travel may be required to satellite offices or client establishments.

As a business grad, you can typically expect a 40-hour work week, though extra hours may be required for bigger projects or tight deadlines. Those in upper management or with greater responsibility will typically work beyond the 40-hour standard. Executives often spend additional time attending professional events and staying current with industry trends. Full-time employees generally receive full benefits packages including health/dental insurance, paid vacation and sick time, and retirement/wealth savings or accrual plans (such 401(k), company stock, and profit-sharing).

Recent job titles for graduates from the Herzing University Associate in Business Management degree program include:

Team Leader, Accountant, Customer Service Representative, Office Manager, Account Representative and Administrative Assistant. Examples of companies these graduates are employed by include Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Target, Coca-Cola Enterprises,, and Terminex International.

Herzing University Bachelor of Business Management graduates recently took positions with titles such as:

Business Analyst, Auditor, Accountant, Director, Restaurant Manager, Paralegal, Department Supervisor, Account Representative, Medical Office Manager, Manager and Business Owner. Samples of companies these graduates are employed at include: Covance, Solvay Pharmaceuticals, WyoTech, ProHealth Care, Inc., John Deere, Allina Health System, and Solo Cup Company.

For a list of companies that employ graduates in your area, contact your campus.

Herzing University offers several different options for those looking to further their education in the field of Business and Business Management. Each program incorporates the core courses required for successful entry into this field and adds additional courses as required by the level of education the student pursues.

Business Management Program Comparison Chart

Program availability varies by location.

Bachelor of Science in Business Management12336
Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Business Administration12336
Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Entrepreneurial Studies12336
Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Human Resource Development12336
Bachelor of Science in Business Management – International Business12336
Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Marketing12336
Associate and Associate of Applied Science in Business Management6220
*Average number of months for students to complete program

Bachelor of Science in Business Management 

Program availability varies by location.

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Business Management program will gain an understanding of:

  • how a business functions
  • how to evaluate and maintain the productivity of a business
  • how to manage and motivate the people who work in that organization.

This program is designed to be transfer friendly for those with a substantial amount of prior learning.

View Program Course Sheet

Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Business Administration

Program availability varies by location.

This program emphasizes a generalist approach to management education by providing the skills and knowledge for entry-level general management training positions. These career opportunities may be in areas such as accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivables, business administration, human resources, and hospitality. View Program Course Sheet

Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Entrepreneurial Studies

Program availability varies by location.

Entrepreneurial Studies graduates will receive the instruction and skills development to start a small business or expand an existing one. This includes creating comprehensive business and marketing plans, leadership of employees, and management of finances. View Program Course Sheet

Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Human Resource Development

Program availability varies by location.

In addition to the Human Resources specialization, graduates of this program will have a solid understanding of all aspects of business and will be prepared for entry-level human resources and business-related positions in any sector/industry. View Program Course Sheet

Bachelor of Science in Business Management – International Business

Program availability varies by location.

Students graduating with the International Business concentration will gain thorough knowledge of business practices and how to apply them in an international setting. Various foreign business models and cultures will be explored, and graduates should be able to effectively recognize the obstacles and opportunities of conducting business in a global environment. View Program Course Sheet

Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Marketing

Program availability varies by location.

Students selecting the Marketing concentration will study what prompts consumers to make buying decisions, how to promote products and services to target markets, the questions (and answers) required for creating and launching new products, and more. Graduates will be able to apply this knowledge to a range of industries to suit their interests. View Program Course Sheet

Associate and Associate of Applied Science in Business Management

Program availability varies by location.

The business associate degree program prepares graduates for entry-level positions in any sector. Students learn the fundamentals of how business is conducted and the different areas that are required to maintain a successful business. View Program Course Sheet

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