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2017-2018 Catalog

Management, B.A.


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Major Code: 7615 Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Arts
Age Restriction: No Admission Status: Undergraduate
Delivery Mode(s): Online Location(s): Florida Tech Online

The Bachelor of Arts in Management offers a thorough curriculum intended to provide a well-rounded background in all aspects of managing a business, enterprise or organization. The curriculum reflects a balance of theory and practice, emphasizing critical thinking, decision-making, problem-solving, leadership, psychology and other business-related skills related to managing people and teams in today’s dynamic, global and competitive business environment.

Admission Requirements 

Applicants must demonstrate readiness to succeed in a challenging academic curriculum. The transcript from a regionally accredited or state approved high school is the most important element of the application. While no minimum grade point average, class rank or standardized test score is specified, these measures must indicate a readiness for college studies in a chosen academic program. An applicant who is a U.S. citizen must have earned a high school diploma from a regionally accredited or state approved high school, or a high school equivalency diploma (G.E.D.) by the date of first enrollment. All offers of admission are tentative if the student has high school or collegiate coursework in progress. Final admission is dependent on receipt and review of the student’s final transcripts. 

Degree Requirements

Humanities (9 credit hours)


  • Any HUM 1000-level or above

Physical/Life Sciences Electives (6 credit hours)


Restricted Electives - Business (12 credit hours)


  • Any 3000/4000 level course (BUS, EMG, EEC, EBA, EAC, EST, EHR, EHC, EMK )

Free Electives (choose two) (6 credit hours)


Total Credits Required: 121


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