Applied Management

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Business student learning about applied management at St. Mary's University. The Applied Management program at St. Mary’s University  is designed for students who have completed 27 hours of vocational, occupational or technical specialization at a junior college or equivalent and wish to receive a bachelor’s degree.

Individuals who have an associate’s degree or the equivalent in a technical specialty, aspire to advance in managerial roles and have a particular desire to broaden their knowledge of business environments should consider a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Applied Management.

The primary purpose of these individuals in pursuing a B.B.A. is to advance to positions of more responsibility within their own organizations or to increase their marketability in other organizations. The Applied Management major prepares students for a broad variety of career options, including advancement in their current organization, starting a business, managing a family-owned business, working for a large multinational corporation or preparing for graduate school.

Courses and degree plan

Students can pursue a Bachelor of Business Administration in Applied Management. In addition to their major courses, students from the Greehey School of Business take courses from the St. Mary’s Core Curriculum and the Greehey School of Business School Specific Core. The Applied Management program at St. Mary’s University is designed for students who have completed 27 hours of vocational, occupational or technical specialization at a junior college or equivalent and wish to receive a bachelor’s degree.

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