Students in Cornerstone University's Bachelor of Science in Management program develop leadership, analytical, communication and problem-solving skills as well as business acumen within a Christian framework. The Bachelor of Science in Management is a 42 credit-hour program that students can expect to complete in 20-22 months.
- School: Adult & Graduate Studies
- Division: Business
- Degree Type: Bachelor of Science
- Format: Residential, Online
- Location: Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Lansing
- Program Length: 20-22 Months
- Delivery Format:
- Accelerated cohort model
- Flexible, convenient learning options
- On-site courses meet 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
- Total Credit Hours: 42
- Estimated Cost: Coming soon!
- Program Start Date: Cohorts begin periodically throughout the year. Speak with an Enrollment Counselor today to learn more.
- Application Deadline: Rolling Admission
A Bachelor of Science in Management can lead you into various career paths:
- Operations Manager
- Small Business Management
- Office Manager
- Human Resource Manager
- Application Fee: $25
- Tuition Cost: $385 per credit hour
- Technology Fee: $35 per course
- Resource Fee: $140 per course
- Graduation Fee: $30
- Reservation Fee: $30
The regionally-accredited curriculum dives into varied, core subjects which give you with a strong foundation to knowledgeably navigate the marketplace while also offering courses specific to business. Coursework is divided into individual and group projects through which you'll learn how to effectively manage in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment while developing your leadership and communication skills.
Convenience and Flexibility
With course offerings online and in-class, you will maximize your educational experience while still maintaining your work and family life. Classes meet one night per week in one of our three campus locations and online. Upon starting a degree, you will continue through the program with your classmates as a cohort. With an average of 10-15 students in each cohort, students receive one-on-one attention from faculty while gleaning insights from other students' personal and professional experience.