New students who enter the B.A. Management, B.A. Organizational Behavior or B.A./B.S. in Computer Information Systems (CIS) program through the St. Paul campus have an opportunity to take part in the SUCCEED program, a blend of online coursework and face-to-face campus activities and receive a scholarship worth over $4,000! Learn More.
FAST FACTS: B.A. Management
*Tuition rates are subject to change. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on transfer credits and individual program plans.
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.
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.
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.
The B.A. Management program can be completed 100 percent online to minimize the time you're away from your family and your job. Our online learning environment allows you to collaborate with your peers and complete the program on your schedule, even if that schedule varies from week to week or month to month.
"The faculty is committed to providing global perspectives and forward-thinking applications to the management issues of today. I have met extraordinary people with whom Ive 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