Applied Management


For students with 60 or more transferable semester hours of credit from an Associate of Applied Sciences (A.A.S.) program, the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree with an Applied Management major allows flexibility in utilizing prior technical coursework towards major requirements. However, an (A.A.S.) is not required to pursue the degree. This major does not include any built-in minors.

• Marketing manager
• Property manager
• Cost estimator
• Employee trainer
• Office Manager
• Supervisor
• Project Manager

Courses required for the major include:
BCIS 303 Information Technology Theory and Practice
BUSN 303 Business Ethics
ECON 113 Macroeconomics
ECON 123 Microeconomics
ENGL 433 Business Writing
MGMT 303 Management Concepts and Practices
MGPS 403/503 Organizational Behavior and Leadership
MRKT 313 Introduction to Marketing
Electives: 12 hours

Total Hours 36

Karen Kannenberg, D.Mgt.

Acting Dean, School of Business
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Brenda Bradford, MBA

Dean of University Diversity/ Inclusion Initiative,
Associate Professor of Business Administration

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Guy Danhoff, MBA, ABD

Assistant Professor of Health and Sports Sciences
Part-Time School of Business

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Tim Delicath, PhD

Associate Professor of Educational Research; Director for Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Research
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Steve Gustafson, CPA, MAcc, MST

Special Lecturer in Accounting
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Brian Jackson, MBA

Instructor of Business Administration
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Stephanie Kontrim-Baumann, MBA

Assistant Professor of Marketing and Business Administration
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Amber Pyatt, DNP, RN

Founding Dean of Nursing, Associate Professor of Nursing
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Megan Wilson, MBA

Director, Farmington and Hillsboro Regional Learning Centers
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