A focused course of study in Management can provide a meaningful advantage in today’s competitive and rapidly changing business environment. Recruiting, motivating, rewarding, and developing the human assets of a business are critical functions in the increasingly global, service-driven, and fast-paced business environment. You will have an opportunity to explore and apply leading management theories to a wide range of critical business decisions—communications, technology, project management, corporate social responsibility, group and interpersonal processes, and entrepreneurship—and learn how the most effective leaders manage change both internally and externally in today’s global business environment.

West offer the following Management degrees:

Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Management

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Management

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Information Technology (IT) Management

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Human Resource (HR) Management

Management (Bachelor of Science)

Managers in all types of organizations must be able to think critically, plan strategically, communicate effectively, and act decisively in an ever-changing global marketplace that is driven by a constant focus on value-added differentiation. They need to understand how the functional areas of a business must be coordinated to deliver superior value to their customers. In the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Management program, students build upon the broad business core with a strong foundation in management theory and practice. This degree can also be customized so that students can combine their management focus with a minor in one of West’s other programs (Accounting, Behavioral Science, Information Technology, or General Studies) or by selecting a deeper concentration in management. With these options, students can build management expertise and functional knowledge for general or specialized careers within a global service-oriented context. Refer to the university catalog for our BS in Management program with optional minor courses.

Degree Summary


189 weeks (approx. 3.6 years) Starting a new course each month, with no transfer credit


Bachelor Degree Total Credits: 120


Total: $30,000 Books and Supplies: $0

Program Learning Outcomes

1 Develop a viable business plan for a new or existing venture that addresses internal and external drivers of success and obstacles to implementation.
2 Support business decisions with sound and defensible corporate and personal ethical policies.
3 Identify appropriate research methods that can be used to develop deeper understanding of a business' markets, customers, and stakeholders.
4 Develop marketing solutions designed to meet current and future customer needs.
5 Analyze the competitive marketplace to identify areas of competitive advantage to support a long-term sustainable positioning.
6 Evaluate the impact of global environmental and cultural factors on organizational policies, strategies, and operations.
7 Apply sound principles of human and organizational behavior to lead people, manage processes, and inspire innovation
8 Identify current and relevant management principles, issues, and trends that drive competitive advantage.
9 Utilize optimal employee training and development tools.
10 Incorporate technological advances in the development and implementation of organizational strategies.

Courses of Study and Requirements

Credits Required for Degree Completion 126 CREDITS


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