Are you interested in:
• Bringing out your and others’ “personal best”?
• Entering a corporate management program?
• Owning your own business?
• Earning an MBA or other graduate degree?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, the Management major at LIM College might be for you. Our Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program will provide you with a solid foundation in effective communication, computation, management and technology skills. It will also foster your leadership aspirations.
Successful managers learn to think strategically, work to develop those around them and understand the importance of accountability, particularly in these challenging economic times.
Management Principles, Organizational Behavior, Strategic Management and Global Management are just some of the courses that will enable you to gain a true perspective of the career challenges awaiting you in domestic and international business environments.
If you’re interested in careers in e-commerce or retailing, or as a human resources manager, you will work closely with experienced faculty who provide guidance and support. And aspiring entrepreneurs will gain exposure to successful owner-operators as well as “at risk” entrepreneurs in need of assistance.
During the Senior Semester you’ll also have an opportunity to work on a team with local businesses in a consulting capacity and develop and present a comprehensive business plan.
Internships, industry speakers, club activities, faculty-guided project work and timely course offerings, such as Corporate Social Responsibility, all help to make the BBA in Management relevant and enhance your educational experience.
Learn more about careers in management.
View the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Management curriculum.
Explore our Management courses.
Student Consumer Information
Degree(s): Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
CIP* Code: 52.0201
Program Approval: New York State Education Department
Accreditation: Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
*Classification of Instructional Program
|Standard Occupation Code
|Potential Job Titles||Department of Labor O*Net Occupation Description and Link|
|13-1199.00||Production Coordinator, Product Line Manager, Brand Manager||Business Operations Specialists, All Other|
|11-1021.00||Merchandise Manager, Store Manager, Director of Operations, Project Coordinator||General and Operations Managers|
|41-4011.00||Assistant Sales Manager, Sales Manager, Department Manager||Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products|
|41-1011.00||Assistant Manager, Sales Lead, Key Holder||First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers|
|11-2022.00||Sales Lead, Key Holder, Account Executive||Sales Managers|
|11-2011.00||Advertising Coordinator, Promotions Manager, Promotions Coordinator||Advertising and Promotions Managers|
|11-3061.00||Purchasing Manager||Purchasing Managers|
|13-1022.00||Assistant Buyer, Associate Buyer, Buyer||Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products|
|51-1011.00||Production Coordinator, Production Manager||First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers|
|13-1073.00||Corporate Managers||Training and Development Specialists|
|11-2031.00||PR Coordinator, Account Manager||Public Relations Managers|
|Semester||Program (4 years or 8 semesters)|
|Tuition & Fees*||$11,498||$91,984|
|Books & Supplies**||$450||$3,600|
|Room & Board***||$7,925||$63,400|
*Assumes full-time study using 2012-2013 costs. (Please note that students requiring remediation may take longer and incur additional costs.)
**The textbook rental program has reduced the average cost of required books.
***2012-2013 costs. Housing is not mandatory, cost is for on-campus room only. LIM College has no formal board (meal) plan.
Program Completion: 2011-2012 Graduates
On-time Program Completion rate: 100%
Number of students completing program between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012: 15
(On-time is defined as completion within 4 academic years)
Median Debt for Program Graduates: 2011-2012
Federal Title IV Loans: $8,958
Private Loans: $0