#online #business #education #degree
Business and Management Degree Programs
- Bachelor’s in Accounting : Build a strong foundation in more advanced accounting and economics topics, and gain additional knowledge through case studies and hands-on projects. Relevant areas of focus include private-sector, governmental and not-for-profit accounting. NOTE: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting is not a CPA Pathway program, and is not offered online* at this time.
- Bachelor’s in Business Administration : Develop a solid foundation in core business concepts from the start of your educational journey. Take classes in critical business areas like marketing, management and technology, and learn to demonstrate leadership skills as you gain a well-rounded education you can use in a variety of organizational settings.
- Bachelor’s in Technical Management : Advance your knowledge in your area of interest and build on prior experience with this business degree, designed with the transfer student in mind. You can choose from a wide range of elective courses and leverage your qualifying transfer credits as you prepare for a specialized field such as business intelligence, health information management or criminal justice.
- Bachelor’s in Management : Explore courses devoted to managing resources, projects and technology as you learn supervisory skills, apply current technical solutions, and prepare for a wide range of roles in business.
All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.
Business and Management Specializations
When you enroll in one of our Bachelor’s degree programs in Business Administration, Technical Management, or Management, you can deepen your focus within a distinct specialization.
Interested in accounting? Learn more about bachelor’s and master’s degree programs with elements of Becker’s industry-leading CPA Exam prep built right in.
Looking to get into big data? Consider a bachelor’s in Business Intelligence Analytics Management degree specialization to delve into the contemporary field of data strategy and management.
Have a dream of starting your own business? Find out about our Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship bachelor’s degree specialization and how you can prepare for the world of start-ups.
1 Only available with BSBA program.
2 Only available with BSTM program.
3 Only available with BSM and BSTM programs.
What are Some Career Options in Business Management?
With a bachelor’s degree in business administration or management, you can prepare for a number of career fields, such as human resources, project management, sales and marketing, and more. A bachelor’s degree in accounting can help you pursue a future in the corporate, private, government or non-profit sectors as a financial manager, purchasing agent, credit analyst and more.
What Can I Learn in Business and Management Classes?
The courses within DeVry University’s College of Business and Management span a broad range of topics related to business administration, economics, management practices, business intelligence and more. Your particular coursework will depend on the field of study you choose as well as any degree specialization you pursue. Examples of core learning areas for DeVry’s business school students can range from business analytics, to consumer behavior, to technologies used in the workplace and beyond.
Can I Transfer Credits to DeVry University?
We believe you deserve credit for coursework you’ve already completed. Learn how DeVry can help you apply qualifying credits – up to 80 credit hours – toward your business school program. By maximizing qualifying transfer credit, DeVry can help make it faster and more affordable to complete your bachelor’s degree.