The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management program, offered through the Gainey School of Business, provides expertise in a wide variety of management skills. As part of your final program requirements, you will complete a capstone course in which you will formulate a philosophy of life as a basis for ethics in business, accountability in government, respect for human rights and a responsible lifestyle in the contemporary world.
Locations and Start Dates
This program is offered face-to-face through our Virtual Classroom option and online.
- Battle Creek | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Flint | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Gaylord | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Grand Rapids | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Jackson (downtown) | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Kalamazoo | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Lansing | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Metro Detroit | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Metro Toledo | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Petoskey | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Spring Arbor Campus | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
- Traverse City | September 19, 2018 | March 14, 2019
= Our Virtual Classroom option combines online learning with face-to-face interaction. Study from home, like in an online program, while still engaging with your classmates face-to-face. Talk with your admissions representative to learn more.
- Charitable and nonprofit organizations
- Multinational organizations
Program Strengths and Emphases
The major includes the study of organizational behavior related to individual motivation, productivity in various environments, motivational behavior, ways to achieve optimal productivity and employee satisfaction, the ways group behavior affects organizational effectiveness and an introduction to financial management.
Study in this major exposes the student to:
- The importance of developing organizations in a variety of areas: human resource administration, interpersonal relationships, adult development models and motivational theory.
- The practical application of skills and theories in the classroom and through a field-based research project.
- The evaluation of issues and concepts central to the practice of management through the perspectives of historical, Biblical and ethical standards.
Courses and Program Requirements
View the program requirements and layout, course descriptions, and to learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management program and the 22-hour organizational management minor, at Spring Arbor University in the undergraduate course catalog.
Admission into the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management program requires prior completion of 58 semester hours. Credit hours can be earned through testing and approved courses taken at other accredited institutions. We also offer an Associate of Science in Business program that is designed to help you earn enough credits to enter our accelerated bachelor’s degree programs.
Additional requirements include:
Tuition and Fees
- Tuition per credit: $587
- Registration fee (per semester): $40
- Technology fee (per semester): $53 (part-time)/$105 (full-time)
Tuition rates and fees are subject to change.
For more information, please contact an admissions rep at email@example.com or call 1.800.968.0011.