Bachelor of Arts in Business Management
From human resources, to operations, to supply chains, and in organizations large and small, the world needs leaders who are equipped to manage with integrity. Integrate your faith and worldview to tackle difficult business issues you face every day. Whitworth's business management program offers the perfect blend of theory and practice, taught by instructors who have years of professional experience.
|Course Format||Online or in person; one evening per week & occasional Saturdays|
|Average Completion Time||2-2.5 years with A.A. or applied associate degree (A.A.S. or other)
4-5 years with no transfer credits
|Cost Per Credit||$565* per credit (financial aid & scholarships available)|
|Application Deadline||Four weeks prior to start date|
*anticipated tuition rate for the 2023-24 academic year
What will I study?
Business management majors will learn:
- How to lead and manage teams
- Problem-solving and decision making in the business context
- How to identify economic and financial conditions of organizations
- Personal and professional ethics
Why does AACSB accreditation matter?
The Whitworth University School of Business is an accredited member of AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB accreditation is considered a benchmark of quality for business education and represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Click here to find out more.
"Less than 5 percent of all schools offering degree programs in business at the bachelor level or higher worldwide hold AACSB accreditation."
You'll take the courses in the major in sequence, one course at a time, with a group of approximately 15 other students so that you can complete the major together. Because your group will stay together throughout the program, you'll have the opportunity to develop a strong sense of community and participate in collaborative learning, while instructors build upon a knowledge base that increases with each successive course.