Why Elms for my Management degree?

  • Exceptional academics  — our management program is IACBE accredited.
  • Become a versatile leader. Our students gain a deep understanding of business in the classroom and through competitive internships.
  • Mentor students from the local community through partnerships with Junior Achievement and other nonprofit organizations.

Move from the Classroom to the Boardroom

Elms College’s business program in management approaches the subject from a global perspective by examining such issues as diversity and the international economy as well as marketing, human resources, financial management, and legal issues. We help you take your learning opportunities outside the classroom and into the business community through internships tailored to your interests and career goals.

You will also benefit from great networking opportunities through our business advisory board, our committed alumni, and collaboration with community partnerships such as Junior Achievement and the Grinspoon Entrepreneurship Initiative.

We encourage exploration and innovation, and invite outstanding professionals into the classroom to inspire you and show you how to fulfill your dreams.

Whether you want to work for a big corporation, manage a nonprofit organization, continue your studies at graduate school, or become your own boss, an Elms College business degree in management will prepare you.

Quick Info

Curriculum

Click to view course requirements for the Management (B.A.).

Minimum at Elms College: 27 credits/Minimum GPA: 2.25
58 credits

Business Core Requirements (40 credits)

Course #Course NameCredits
ACC 2001Accounting I3
ACC 2002Accounting II3
BUS 2201Computer Applications3
BUS 2402Principles of Management3
BUS 2408Global Business Environment3
BUS 2502Principles of Marketing3
BUS 2600Legal Environment of Business3
BUS 3101Principles of Financial Management3
BUS 3402Managerial Communications3
BUS 4800Business Strategy3
BUS 4801Career Development3
BUS 4802Internship4
ECN 2102Economics II3

Management Courses (18 credits)

Course #Course NameCredits
BUS 3107Business and Society3
BUS 3401Gender and Diversity in Management3
BUS 3405Human Resource Management3
BUS 3705Organizational Behavior3
Choose two courses ACC/BUS 3000 (formerly ACC/BUS 300) level and above (6 credits)3

Required courses that also satisfy college core requirements (6 credits)

Course #Course NameCredits
ECN 2101Economics I3
MAT 1009Statistics3

Click to view course requirements for the Management minor.

Minor in Management (18 credits)

Course #Course NameCredits
ACC 2001Accounting I3
ACC 2002Accounting II3
BUS 2402Principles of Management3
BUS 2408Global Business Environment3
BUS 2502Principles of Marketing3
Choose one course ACC/BUS 3000 (formerly ACC/BUS 300) level and above (3 credits)3