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"I was at a point in my life and career where I was looking to stretch my abilities and knowledge by improving my skill set. The B.A. in Management program aligned perfectly with my goals. The faculty is committed to providing global perspectives and forward-thinking applications to the management issues of today - preparing me for future challenges in this fast paced and competitive world. It was very important for me to make the most of my time away from my family and work. Attending class has been a wonderful experience and I have met extraordinary people with whom I’ve developed excellent professional and personal relationships. The knowledge and tools I have gained have proven to be invaluable, lifelong assets."

– Joe Miketin, Duluth Police Department

B.A. Management

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FAST FACTS: B.A. Management

  • Preparation for a career in a variety of industries or post-baccalaureate education
  • Concentration offered in high-demand area of Healthcare Administration
  • Prior Learning Assessments allow "testing out" of subjects already mastered
  • 100 percent online or on-campus in Duluth, St. Cloud, Rochester, Brainerd, Grand Rapids and Twin Cities
  • Accelerated eight-week terms; complete the program in fewer than three years (no transfer credits) or fewer than two years (with transfer credits)*
  • 128 total program credits

Tuition: $405/credit*


*This tuition rate is in effect for the 2014-2015 academic year and is subject to change in subsequent years. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on each person's transfer credits and individualized program plan.

Now offered online and on campus!

Successful managers in all walks of life share certain characteristics. Strategic thinking, effective communication and applying creative solutions to complex business problems are among these characteristics.

The B.A. in Management program at St. Scholastica develops these skills and also teaches students specialized business skills such as human resources management, business strategy and effective decision-making.

What can I do with this degree?

Management graduates are prepared for management positions in large corporations and small businesses, have the skills to run their own business and have the educational foundation necessary for graduate studies.

Management is one of the top 10 "High demand/High pay" occupations, with an expected growth of 7 percent over the next decade (Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development).

Healthcare Administration concentration

The Healthcare Administration concentration offering is perfect for adult practitioners who do not yet have a four-year degree. It focuses on the operational aspects of a healthcare administrator with competencies in accounting, communication, compliance, financial management, health care law, information technology and risk management.

This program is ideal for...

  • Working managers who want to move into a leadership role
  • Small business owners and other entrepreneurs
  • Those who need a bachelor's degree to advance their career

Locations and formats

The B.A. in Management program is offered online and at all of our statewide locations in an accelerated format.

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Rochester

Teresa IpinaTeresa Ipina
Admissions Counselor
(877) 287-8750
tipina@css.edu

 


Twin Cities

Nu LyNu Ly
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(651) 403-8654
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Duluth/Grand Rapids

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(877) 287-8734
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Brainerd/Online

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(877) 287-8752
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St. Cloud

Katie WayneKatie Wayne
Admissions Counselor
(320) 529-6663
kwayne@css.edu