Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Management

Blended Program

The B.A. in Management degree completion program is designed to enable graduates to effectively function in increasingly complex business environments. The program focuses on skill development in the areas of management and leadership, group behavior, accounting and economics, marketing and project management. By combining previous college credit (a minimum of 36 transferable credit hours) with our core curriculum, students can earn a bachelor's degree in about two years or less.

COD/BenU 3+1 Program

Benedictine University and College of DuPage (COD) have formed an innovative partnership designed to provide a seamless transfer experience for COD students completing an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Accounting, Management or Marketing. Students transition into Benedictine’s Bachelor of Arts in Management major courses after completing approximately three years of the specified COD coursework.

Refer to the Academic Plan Brochure for specific course lists and graduation requirements. Due to the specialized and prescribed nature of this program, it is highly recommended that students refer to these documents and work with a COD 3+1 Partner Academic Advisor to ensure proper course selection.

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Management program curriculum is designed to enable graduates to effectively function in increasingly complex business environments. The program focuses on skill development in the areas of management and leadership, group behavior, accounting and economics, marketing and project management. The program challenges students to develop knowledge, skills and personal values through a well-planned, sequenced curriculum. Program instructors provide extensive real-world knowledge creating the context for a meaningful educational experience and focus on providing theory coupled with practical applications that students can use immediately. Instructional methods include lectures, seminars, workshop activities, simulations and business case studies.

Format

Benedictine courses will be offered in a learning team format. A group of students will start and progress through the courses together in a set schedule, taking one class at a time. Each course will last approximately 5 weeks and all Benedictine courses will be completed in approximately 15 months. Classes will meet at College of DuPage Tuesday evenings from 6pm – 10pm. Cohorts will begin spring, summer and fall term provided there are a minimum of 15 students enrolled. For sample schedules click here.

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Online Program

The B.A. in Management degree completion program is designed to enable graduates to effectively function in increasingly complex business environments. The program focuses on skill development in the areas of management and leadership, group behavior, accounting and economics, marketing and project management. By combining previous college credit (a minimum of 36 transferable credit hours) with our core curriculum, students can earn a bachelor's degree in about two years or less.

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