General Management Degree Program

BBA General Management

Joining the Elite World of Management

Ever wonder what it takes to succeed in business? This program will provide you with the professional foundation you need to play a pivotal role in business, government or a non-profit environment. Students learn how to develop vital skills for administration and management including problem-solving, strategy & planning, communication & marketing, interpersonal relations and technology. Special emphasis is placed on preparing students for the challenges of management positions through active learning techniques, practical application of research methods, team projects, presentations and real-world internships.

Students can elect to specialize in Marketing, eCommerce, Human Resources or Project Management through selecting a series of electives in these areas.   The Amherst, Buffalo, and Southtowns (Orchard Park, NY) campuses offer the BBA-General Management with concentrations in Office Management or Financial Services.  The Office Management concentration provides students the opportunity to study how to apply today's technology to the administrative side of business which could lead to administrative, support or supervisory positions in a variety of settings.  The Financial Services concentration provides students with a broad management and financial understanding that could lead to careers in accounting, financial planning and financial services management. 

Some retail or financial services firms may require interns or employees to be bonded.  Felony or drug backgrounds may impact placement.

Skills You'll Learn
1 Apply contemporary knowledge and skill sets to work effectively in business.
2 Demonstrate a sensitivity and appreciation for ethical issues in the workplace.
3 Develop thinking processes and learning strategies to enhance metacognitive abilities in an information-rich environment.
4 Display a working knowledge of strategic business applications, evaluation techniques, management processes and global business principles.
5 Employ information literacy skills through the effective use of technology and information resources applied to problem-solving.
6 Gain a solid understanding of world affairs, arts & humanities and the social sciences.
7 Synthesize knowledge from life lessons and formal instruction, then apply them to new situations as evidence of relational learning.
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