Bachelor of Applied Science in Management
The mission of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Management is to further the mission and philosophy of Strayer University by providing a unique degree program that builds upon the technical skills students acquire in technical or allied health associate degree programs. The program is designed to provide management and soft skill competencies to those with technical expertise. This will allow technical and allied health professionals to gain management skills and advance their careers.
This degree is not intended to prepare students for graduate-level study. Students desiring to pursue graduate-level study should consult with a Campus Dean, Associate Campus Dean, Dean of Advising, or Student Success Coach.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Management program is not approved in all states. Please go to www.strayer.edu for information regarding program availability. The Bachelor of Applied Science in Management program can be completed only online in Arkansas, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
Area I-Core Component
Area II-Management Component
|BUS 302||Management Concepts||
|BUS 309||Business Ethics||
|BUS 310||Human Resource Management||
|BUS 322||Organizational Behavior||
|BUS 375||Project Management||
|MKT 305||Consumer Behavior||
|BAS 499||Bachelor of Applied Science in Management Capstone||
|Total Credit Hours:||31.5
Area II-Technical Block Credit
Credits are transferred from an Associate of Applied Science Degree as Technical Block Credit.
Area III-General Education Component
Area IV-Elective Component
These courses are selected in consultation with the Campus Dean or Associate Campus Dean, or Success Coach; within this component it is possible for students to develop a minor in a second area of study (see "Minors").
All courses are 4.5 quarter credit hours.
Total Credit Hours: 180.0