Graduates of this program develop effective management tools for survival, growth, increased productivity and conflict management in the complex and volatile business environment of today and the future. The program incorporates a global perspective and emphasizes the development and understanding of leadership skills, group and intergroup dynamics, organizational structure, design, change, culture and power.
Learn about the business world from expert faculty who bring real-world experiences and business applications into the classroom. Develop your business knowledge, understand your social and ethical values and gain an international perspective. Use cutting-edge technology and hone your critical-thinking and problem-solving skills while learning to be an effective leader. Already working in the real world? SNHU gives you the flexibility of earning your degree on campus, on location or online.
Put your course study into practice with internships that give you valuable hands-on business experience. SNHU faculty, alumni and our career development staff can help connect you with experiential learning opportunities that prepare you to enter the business world. Our competency-based business curricula includes coursework and field experiences that help you gain valuable career skills such as:
Thank you for your interest in Southern New Hampshire University’s Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration.
There's a tremendous need in the marketplace for professionals who know how to effectively utilize the resources of an organization or business in an effective manner. The Organizational Leadership Department prides itself in helping a student learn about the leadership skills that they possess within themselves and apply those skills in the working environment.
What makes our program distinct is that it was developed in collaboration with professionals who apply these skills daily within the workplace — some of whom will also teach our courses.
SNHU was also recognized for the third consecutive year as a "Best of Business" award winner for its Online and MBA programs. We’re extremely proud of these accomplishments.
SNHU business administration major can lead to a world of career opportunities in today's dynamic business environment. Manage a retail store or corporate office. Lead a nonprofit agency or healthcare organization. Oversee a government agency or manufacturing firm. Run your own company or a franchise. The possibilities are endless.
Free elective Credits: 3
This course examines the fundamentals of policies and administration. Major tasks of procedures and developing, maintaining and utilizing an effective team are studied. Students are introduced to international human resource management.
This course is designed to examine the fundamentals and principles of management in order to develop an understanding of management in any formal organization. Special attention is paid to planning and decision-making. International management is also covered. Writing Intensive Course.
This course examines the interrelationships among business, government and society and how these relationships evolve over time and shape our world. Through the use of readings, cases, and class discussions, students will examine a variety of important topics impacting the global business environment, including business power, corporate social responsibility, business ethics, regulation, multinational corporations, globalization, pollution and environmental quality. A key focus is on the historical origins of the tensions amongst wealth, virtue, and business and society in developed and developing nations and economies.
This course focuses on the primary factors that influence behavior in organizations. Emphasis is placed on leadership, group dynamics, inter- group dynamics, organizational structure and design, change, culture, power and politics, environment and technology and organizational behavior in an international context. Offered every year. Writing and team intensive course. Junior standing or permission of instructor.
This course focuses on the effective management of human resources during the process of change. It emphasizes change management as a tool for survival, growth, increased productivity and conflict management in the complex and volatile business environment of today and the future. Change in an international environment also is discussed. Team intensive course.
Students study total quality management (TQM), which is crucial to efficient resource allocation and effective human resource management. Major factors affecting quality and strategies for effective total quality management are covered through the use of contemporary texts, reading, cases, exercises and simulations. International considerations also are studied. Team intensive course.
This course examines leadership as an inter-personal and intra-organizational phenomenon with an emphasis on student leadership development. It includes leadership assessment, leadership development, the leadership process, the contagious nature of leadership, leadership and productivity, motivation, and effective leadership styles and theories. An international perspective is included. Current readings, research, simulations and exercises are used. Team intensive course.
OL ELE - Students may select four (4) 300 or 400-level Organizational Leadership or Business electives
ECO/FIN ELE - Students may select one Economics or Finance elective
OL ELE - Students must select two (2) 300 or 400-level Organizational Leadership electives
*BUS-307 can satisfy a 300-level OL elective
We believe that college should change your life, not break the bank. That's why more than 90 percent of our students receive some form of financial aid, and students who qualify could receive up to $20,000 in grants and scholarships.
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