Manage a company by motivating people.
Innovation and creativity in decision-making are at the core of the degree programs in Management at Berkeley College. Students develop the skills necessary to actively participate in various roles within the management structure of different types of modern organizations.
Faculty members in the Management programs are selected for both academic excellence and relevant professional experience. They combine classroom instruction with firsthand industry knowledge and expertise to deliver a comprehensive education that helps prepare students to succeed in today’s competitive workplace.
- Insight into the constantly changing patterns and trends of the business world
- Knowledge of how the various functions of an organization operate
- Courses in leadership and developing managerial competence
- Experience making managerial decisions using computer-based simulations
- The development of critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to produce and present effective oral and written forms of communication
- A curriculum that incorporates managing cultural diversity, forecasting, and strategic planning
- Hands-on experience with the technology used in businesses
- Valuable, practical experience through program-related, faculty-monitored internships or job-related assignments
- An online Executive B.B.A. option, which gives students the opportunity to take concentrated courses in 7-week intervals.
- A seamless transition between Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees
- The ability to advance career options by continuing directly into the Berkeley College M.B.A. in Management program
In addition to a broad-based core management curriculum, students may choose a specialization in Entrepreneurship or Human Resources.
Students interested in starting their own business may take courses in entrepreneurship, small business management, small business start-up, managing the family enterprise, and financing the entrepreneurial venture.
Students interested in a Human Resources specialization may take courses that focus on all aspects of managing human capital, including staffing, employee and labor relations, compensation and benefits, and training and development.