Bachelor of Arts in Management


Program Details

The Bachelor of Arts in Management program at City University of Seattle is a flexible undergraduate degree program created so that those with sufficient transferrable credits and applicable real-world experience can graduate with a business degree in as little as one year.

The program's 50 core credits focus on learning to solve business problems from a manager's perspective. You'll develop a broad understanding of what makes organizations work, how to build successful teams, how to be a strong leader and how to communicate in the business world. The remaining 40 upper division credits are left open so you can transfer credits from other universities or create your own focus area inside or outside of the School of Management, such as psychology, communications or general studies.

Flexible, Online Learning Options

With CityU of Seattle, you can complete your degree in business management online or take some coursework in class. There is also a "performance-based option" designed for truly independent learners. So, you'll have the flexibility to go at your own pace Contact our advisors to learn more.

Where CityU Can Take You

With such a wide scope of academic coverage, our Bachelor of Arts in Management program prepares graduates to enjoy a variety of professional outcomes. Good managers are needed in every type of organization. Our management alumni hold positions such as local franchise owner, retail manager, technology team leader, practice supervisor and corporate management consultant. If your field of expertise or area of interest is in the business realm, then your business management degree is sure to help get you there.

Get Started Today!

Our advisors would love to talk to you and see how we can make this program work for you. Get in touch with one of our advisors and take the next steps toward a degree in business management today.

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There are two pathways to earn your Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. A more traditional approach would be to take courses from CityU online and in class. If you are someone who has a little more professional experience, likes to go at their own pace, and is an independent learner who is motivated and disciplined, the performance-based option below may be something you consider. Take a look at the two pathways and talk with our advisors about what is best for you.

Lower-Division Requirements (90)

College Writing: 5
College Mathematics: 5
Humanities: 15
Social Sciences: 15
Natural Sciences/Mathematics: 15
Electives: 35

Upper-Division Requirements (90)

Management Core (50)
BC 301
BC 306
BSC 407
BSM 304
BSM 414
HR 405
MG 360
MG 495
MK 300
PM 401
Performanced Based Core (50)
To learn more about what performance based is and how it works, please visit this webpage.
BAM 400
BAM 405
BAM 410
BAM 495
Upper-Division Electives (40)
Choose 40 credits of upper-division undergraduate level elective coursework from other fields or disciplines including business, psychology, communications, information systems, and general education. Elective courses are offered in multiple formats including the performance-based model. Contact an admissions advisor for the current list of available courses.