BSBA in Management

Our Management major (BSBA) prepares students for careers as future leaders, as they learn to:

  • develop communication skills to present clear and direct solutions to corporate problems
  • exercise critical thinking and analytical abilities to quickly and correctly interpret key business metrics
  • examine demonstrated ethical dilemmas that encourage social consciousness and civic responsibility
  • network and hone leadership skills through internships with our corporate partners

With decades of experience in management, business ownership, and consulting, Nichols faculty bring forth the necessary knowledge and grit to instruct future managers. In essence, the leaders of yesterday and today help to shape the leaders of tomorrow. Plus, the Princeton Review named Nichols College a 2022 Best College in the Northeast! We’re thrilled to be recognized for our outstanding academics and world-class faculty.

Careers for Management Majors

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of management occupations is projected to grow 9 percent from 2020 to 2030—and the median annual wage for management occupations was $109,760 in 2020, the highest wage of all the major occupational groups.

Career paths in management include:

  • Administrative Services Manager
  • Financial Manager
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Industrial Production Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Small Business Owner

What Will You Manage?

A Fortune 500 company

A community

A tech start-up

A team

A boardroom

A business of your own

Internships & Experiential Learning

Management internships can take you across industries and around the globe, preparing you to lead your team to success. Every student completes at least one experiential learning opportunity, giving you the chance to learn, grow, and build your network before graduation.

What will drive your success?

Meet your Faculty

Management Degree Courses

Students studying Management must complete 121 credit hours (approximately 40 courses), including courses from the foundation and business core curricula, focused electives and these required specialization courses:

Required Courses

Electives