The online Management degree at App State
Upgrade your career by completing your undergraduate education with Appalachian State University’s online Management (BSBA) program.
This degree provides students with the business knowledge and skills needed to effectively and efficiently manage organizations in a rapidly changing, dynamic and competitive global marketplace.
This includes learning how to attract and retain talented employees, and ensure that their activities are aligned with strategic objectives. Management majors also gain valuable leadership and interpersonal skills, along with an understanding of group dynamics – which, together, are the skills that truly define effective managers.
This flexible App State Online program is ideal for all busy, working adults who aspire to complete their undergraduate degrees on their own schedule.
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- Business manager
- Corporate investment banker
- Data analyst
- Project consultant
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(Not every course listed may be delivered to App State Online students, but you will be offered all courses required for the degree.)
You may enter this program as a first-year or transfer student.
- If you are a current high school senior or haven't attended college since graduating high school (including Early/Middle college applicants), review First-Year Admission Requirements.
- If you have completed college coursework since graduating high school (including military service member or veteran and second-degree seeking applicants), review Transfer Admission Requirements. Visit our transfer equivalency course search to see how your previous coursework transfers to Appalachian.
- If you have previously taken classes at App State and would like to re-enroll, review our Readmissions Requirements
Visit the College of Business website to review COB admission requirements as well as other policies that affect App State Online students.
Before finishing this program, you must also have met Appalachian’s General Education requirements.