BBA with a Concentration in Management
A Well-Rounded Business Management Degree for an Aspiring Business Leader or Entrepreneur
CalSouthern’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree with a concentration in management gives students an advanced, 360-degree view of the essential operations within any business organization, from finance and banking to business negotiation, organizational behavior, marketing, and operations management. It’s a broad, yet high-level curriculum, an ideal online business management degree for anyone with their sights set on a leadership position within a business of any size and across any sector—or for those who aspire to entrepreneurship.
Teaching this well-rounded, cutting-edge curriculum is a faculty comprised of gifted educators who are also established leaders within the business community. Masters of CalSouthern’s proprietary online learning platform, the School of Business faculty combines traditional, text-based learning with real-world business scenarios to provide students with a foundationally solid, yet immediately applicable education which allows them to hit the ground running in the business world.
The BBA with a concentration in management can be completed 100-percent online, so you can study on your own time and at your own pace, without compromising your work or family obligations. And with monthly course starts, you don’t need to wait until the next quarter or semester to being your studies—you can get started working on your online business management degree right away.
And once you do, you’ll see what distinguishes CalSouthern from other online universities. It’s the community of support: faculty, administrators, and staff who are eager to provide you with all the tools you need to successfully complete your degree program. The entire CalSouthern community gauges its performance by your success. It’s what sets us apart and it’s something we take great pride in.
To learn more about the CalSouthern difference, just give us a call. You’ll find an enrollment advisor, faculty mentor, even a Dean who’s willing to talk to you about your educational and career goals and help you determine whether CalSouthern is right for you.
MGT 2121 Organizational Behavior
This course provides insight in the manner in which to explain how people act and react in organizations that employ, educate, serve, inform, heal, protect, and entertain. This is an interdisciplinary course that draws upon a wide net of professions. The course is dedicated to understanding and managing people at work that is both research and application oriented dealing at the individual, group, and organizational level.Learning Outcomes:
- Identify the four principles of total quality management.
- Specify the five key dimensions of Luthan's CHOSE model of positive organizational behavior (POB).
- Explain the difference between affirmative action and managing diversity.
- Evaluate the barriers and challenges to managing diversity.
- Discuss the process of developing an adaptive culture.
- Describe the three phases in Feldman's model of organizational socialization.
- Define the term culture.
- Identify four stages of the foreign assignment cycle.
- Identify five of Gardner's eight multiple intelligences
- Associate the work attitudes of job involvement and job satisfaction.
- Summarize the managerial challenges and recommendations of sex-role age, racial and ethnic and disability stereotypes.
- Explain Kelly's model on how external and internal causal attributions are formulated.
- Demonstrate how goal setting motivates an individual.
- Identify two basic functions of feedback
- Describe the five stages in Tuckman's theory of group development.
- Define Quality circles, virtual teams, and self-managed teams.
- List the six antecedents of conflict and identify the desired outcomes
- Discuss the primary sources of nonverbal communication.
- Explain Cialdini's six principles of influence and persuasion.
- Describe the difference between laissez-faire, transactional, and transformational leadership.
- Define and explain the effective management of organizational size.
- Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
- Access information efficiently and effectively
- Evaluate information critically and competently
- Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
- Introduce self and explain course expectations.