BS in Applied Management
The Bachelor's of Science in Applied Management is designed for students who currently have an Applied Associate's Degree and want to go on to earn a Bachelor's Degree. This degree focuses on gaining practical business skills and builds on students' previous experience gained from their Applied Associate's Degree. Graduating students will emerge with an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, technological and global literacy, and key communication and problem-solving skills.
Students in this major will learn:
- Technological Literacy
- Global Literacy
- Quantitative Analysis
- Problem Solving and Project Management
- Written and Oral Communication
- Teamwork and Leadership Skills
- Entrepreneurial Spirit
- Business Ethics
Students graduating from this major will be prepared for entry-level management positions. They will also receive sufﬁcient knowledge to be able to pursue entrepreneurial opportunities in the industry of their choice after gaining relevant experience.
Students with this degree are suited for careers in the following areas.
- Accounting & Related Services
- Agricultural Business & Management
- Business Administration/Management/Operations
- Business Teacher Education
- Business, Management & Marketing Services
- Financial Management Services
- Office Supervision & Management
- Small Business Management/Operations
- Technical & Business Writing
- Trade & Industrial Teacher Education
For more career options, visit our Career and Academic Discovery Center.
The BS in Applied Management degree can be taken entirely online. Students must complete an AAS degree (33.5-54 credits) and 23 credits of major courses (listed below), as well as a varying number of elective courses. Students must reach a total of 120 credits in order to graduate. Minors or concentrations in the Business Department are also available. Review the course list below or check the University Catalog for specific degree requirements. Check course availability and offerings or contact us today at (208) 496-1800.
BS in Applied Management
|Course Code||Course Name||Credits||Availability|
|Complete an AAS degree (33.5-54 credits)|
|Take pre-IBC courses:|
|ACCTG 180||Survey of Accounting||3||*Currently Available|
|B 101||Introduction to Business||3||*Currently Available|
|Take IBC courses:|
|B 301||Financial Management||3||*Currently Available|
|B 321||Organizational Behavior||3||*Currently Available|
|B 341||Marketing Management||3||*Currently Available|
|B 361||Operations Management||3||*Currently Available|
|Take 3 credits:|
|B 220||Business Communications||3||*Currently Available|
|B 250||Web Business 1||3||*Currently Available|
|B 275||Business Law & the Legal Environment||3||*Currently Available|
|B 283||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3||*Currently Available|
|B 370||Human Resource Management||3||*Currently Available|
|B 383||New Venture Creation||3||*Currently
|B 483||Entrepreneurial Management||3||*Currently
|CIT class 200 level or above||3|
|ECON 358||International Economics||3|
|Take this course after IBC but before your last semester:|
|B 398||Advanced Academic Internship||3||*Currently Available|
|*Note when courses are anticipated to be available. Dates are subject to change. Talk with your academic advisor when planning your schedule. Not all courses become available when the degree is opened for higher courses. Check individual course availability to see when each course is expected to be open.|
How Long will this Program Take?
Our online degree program allows students the flexibility to finish their degree while balancing a busy life. Students can accelerate to graduation by taking courses year round or take a semester off when needed. Students must complete the program within eight years.
What are the Courses Like?
Online Courses at BYU-Idaho follow a similar format and have the same learning objectives as campus-based courses. Students should expect to interact with each other and participate in the learning model. Learn more about BYU-Idaho courses online.
Where do I Begin?
Students who meet the admission requirements can apply to be directly admitted into an online degree program. These students will start by taking the online orientation course, GS 111. This is a one-credit course offered every block that prepares students to succeed online and charts a course to graduation. Pathway students who complete Academic Start do not need to take GS 111.
Contact the Online Support Center: