Bachelor of Science in Management
A degree in Management prepares adults for leadership in any organizational setting. This online program, designed for working adults, provides graduates with managerial skills of planning, organizing, leading and directing. Because it is a flexible degree, the Bachelor of Science in Management frequently opens the door for promotion in one’s current work environment or leads to other opportunities which require the a college degree.
Management is about setting goals and objectives and then developing strategies and organizing work activities to achieve them. Evangel’s Bachelor of Science in Management is a degree-completion program designed to enhance the capabilities and opportunities for adult students with a Christian worldview in all sizes and types of organizations, regardless of their mission.
The curriculum begins in a unique way, reintroducing adults to the college learning environment. The 48 credits of courses are designed to train men and women to think effectively and ethically, form sound business judgments, prepare and execute strategic plans, develop effective organizational relationships, and understand the interrelationships of the various functions of business and society.
The design and delivery methods of the accelerated curriculum recognize the unique needs and abilities of adult students. Those who qualify become part of a cohort of adults students in either a seated course format that meets on the Evangel campus once a week or in an online course format that enables students to interact and share as they complete the same curriculum through an online course management system.
Each of Evangel's academic programs is made up of a set of core curriculum, program requirements and electives. The courses listed below are just a small sample of courses that might be taken as a part of this specific program.
|Christian Development and Life Planning||Learners will explore the non-traditional nature of adult education and complete various self-assessment instruments designed to provide a cognitive base for personal understanding and career planning.|
|Management Communication||Learners demonstrate writing and speaking skills essential for effective managers. Studies include intercultural communication, gender- and diversity- related issues, media, crisis, and conflict resolution.|
|Organization Design & Management||Learners apply management theories to analyze their work environments in view of organizational structure and environments, managerial roles, and individual and group processes.|
|Marketing in a Global Economy||Learners investigate basic marketing theory and terminology through the analysis of workplace practices and case studies. They will identify critical marketing data and develop solutions to problems in their work environments.|
|Managing Human Resources||Learners analyze their work environment and methods of planning, staffing, training, and developing human resources. A survey of assessment, compensation, and labor relations strategies will be presented, as well as the legal aspects of human resource management|
|Business through the Eyes of Faith||Learners apply Biblical principles to guide business decision making and values formation.|
|Managerial Economics||Learners explore principles of economics essential for managers, including the U.S. economy, national output, employment levels, economic growth, inflation and a global perspective.|
|Statistical Analysis||Learners study such topics as collection, analysis and presentation of data related to business; measures of central tendency and dispersion; elementary probability; linear correlation; and hypothesis testing.|
|Accounting Principles for Managers||Learners survey financial tools available to the manager in decision making and learn to read and understand accounting documents, including income statements, balance sheets, cash flow projections, budgets, changes in financial position, and ratio analysis.|
|Finance Fundamentals||Learners study principles and problems involved in the finance function of firms, including taxes, cash flow, capital management, budgets, time-value of money, and investments.|
|The Legal Environment of Business||Learners survey laws regulating business activities, principles governing contracts, negotiable instruments and sales including research of laws applicable to their work environment|
|Productions & Operations Management||Learners will apply quantitative techniques, using mathematical models, to assist in the decision-making function of management.|
|Human Behavior in Organizations||Learners will develop knowledge and management skills related to individual and group relations in organizations.|
|Performance Measurement and Analysis||Learners will increase skills in developing, analyzing, and implementing the use of appropriate performance measures and will integrate the concepts of Corporate Lifecycles, Balanced Scorecard, and a variety of performance measurement tools.|
|Strategic/Project Management||Learners will develop knowledge and skills regarding the formulation, implementation, and management of effective business strategies for an organization or work unit.|
|Spreadsheets||Learners will advance their knowledge through "hands on" training in spreadsheet and database management applications by completing work-related tutorials.|
Evangel University's world-class faculty is made up of caring, Christian professionals who are distinguished in their fields and dedicated to the development of tomorrow's Christian leaders.
Prior to joining the Evangel University faculty in 2001, Bernie Dana served as the executive vice president of Vetter Health Services, Inc. (VHS) based in Omaha, Nebraska. He was also the corporate secretary and member of the board of directors of Vetter Holding, Inc., its 33 subsidiary corporations, and The Vetter Foundation, a charitable organization [...]read more
Dr. Duane C. Praschan is assistant professor of Business & Leadership and coordinator of Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) Program. Prior to joining the Business Department, Dr. Praschan served as an executive with responsibility for Quality Management Systems, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. During the 27 years at Philips Healthcare, he conducted audits, ensured globalread more
- Purchasing Manager
- Sales Director
- HR Manager
- Insurance Sales Agent
- Retail Sales Manager
- General Manager
Applicants who have met the following criteria will be considered for admission to the Professional Studies program:
- As a boldly Christian university, all of our students have made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.
- Graduation from high school or the equivalent of a high school diploma such as the General Education Development (GED) examination.
- A minimum of a 2.0 cumulative GPA in previous college courses. However, in some cases, a student with a weak academic record may be considered. To remain at Evangel, however, you must meet scholastic requirements.
Note: You do not need an associate of arts degree to apply to Evangel.