BBA in Management
Mount Mercy University’s bachelor’s degree in Management goes beyond basic charts and numbers—you’ll gain a solid foundation in business through hands-on learning that inspires you to become one of tomorrow’s outstanding leaders.
Explore the fundamentals of law, leadership, accounting, and economics coupled with a variety of electives in areas such as:
These electives make your BBA in Management not only flexible, but also customizable.
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You can view your classes any time during a given week, and weekly deadlines help you stay on track.
Classes are offered online in accelerated 5- and 10-week courses. We offer nine start dates per year so you can begin coursework (and graduate) faster.
And speaking of graduating faster, we help you get a head start on grad school, if that’s in your life plan. You can take up to 12 credits that will count toward both your undergraduate degree and a future graduate degree.
You’ll complete your coursework entirely within Mount Mercy’s application-based online portal while enjoying opportunities to connect with your instructors and classmates through:
Course content is delivered through a variety of formats:
When you graduate, you will be better able to:
Earnings vary between individuals, but a BBA in Management is a good preparation for the business workforce. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 2016 median annual salary for business and financial occupations was $66,530. The number of these jobs is projected to grow by 9 percent through 2026.
In addition to your general education classes and electives, your management degree will include courses such as these:
Mount Mercy encourages you to apply for federal, state, and other kinds of financial assistance.
We want to make sure your prior academic work counts. You can transfer up to 93 credits from four year, regionally-accredited institutions and up to 63* semester hours from two-year institutions, subject to the Mount Mercy credit transfer policy. Some credit from unaccredited institutions may also be transferred on a case-by-case basis. Keep in mind, though, that the final 30 credits of your degree must be taken at Mount Mercy.
*Student graduating with an AA, AS/CO, or AAS degree from an Iowa community college can transfer up to 75 semester hours!
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