Bachelor of Science in Business Management
Champlain College

Program Details

Hoping to succeed in business but lack the bachelor’s degree that can help you get there? Aiming to take classes that offer real business takeaways that can be applied immediately because you haven’t one second to lose? If this sounds like you, Champlain College Online’s Bachelor of Science in Business Management is the program you’re looking for. 

Champlain College was founded as a business school in 1878, and our illustrious history, the College has been known for its innovative curricula, close ties with industry leaders across nearly every vertical, and preparing its graduates with the practical business skills and knowledge that helps them hit the ground running in dynamic organizations across the country. 

Because Champlain College Online only serves adult learners, the online Bachelor of Science in Business Management is designed with accelerated 7-week accelerated courses, interactive discussions that are literally going around the clock to accommodate adult students’ busy lives and cement learning, and a significant focus on application, whereby our students are using their workplaces as a learning laboratory where they “test” theory and put into practice. Plus, there is a focus on “soft skills” such as communication, teamwork, problem solving, and critical thinking — which are highly prized by employers –boosting your career and earning potential.

Champlain’s curriculum is comprised of meaningful, career-focused general education alongside professional courses. In addition, students are able to specialize in an area of interest. Some key courses include:

  • Business innovation
  • Managerial accounting
  • Strategic management
  • Critical thinking and decision-making in business

Requirements

  • Official academic transcripts for high school and college (if applicable)
  • Recommended 2.5 or higher GPA
  • Short answer essay
  • Resume
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency (if applicable)

School Accreditation Statement

New England Commission of Higher Education