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Management

Programs of Study: Management

The Management Degree from the LCU School of Business aims to prepare students for a successfull career in business management. Our expert faculty bring a wealth of experience to the table for students seeking a management degree from a highly-competitive Christian business college, both from their own intensive training and real-world management experience.

Business management is a fast-growing field. Managerial positions are in high demand and are expected to continue to grow. From 2019 to 2029, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects management jobs to increase by 5%, resulting in approximately 505,000 new positions.

Although there are some entry-level positions available to high school graduates or students who complete an associate degree in business, those who complete an on-campus or online bachelor's degree in business management are more competitive in the job market and make a higher average salary. According to PayScale, the average salary for someone who holds a BS in business management is $68,140 annually.

A bachelor's degree in business management is a versatile degree and prepares graduates to pursue a variety of careers. Besides managerial positions, a graduate of a bachelor's in business management program can explore careers in finance, accounting, marketing, and human resources.

LCU in Washington

Students are strongly encouraged to apply for a semester in Washington, D.C. as part of the LCU in Washington program.

See Degree Plan Details!

Visit the University Catalog here to view this and other courses making up business degree plans.

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