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BSAM

Bachelor of Science in Applied Management

 

Program Description

The Bachelors of Science in Applied Management (BSAM) major provides students with management knowledge, skills and values for success in today’s complex enterprises. The degree is primarily intended for students who have completed a two-year degree program (or equivalent credit hours) for an accredited community college, regional campus or technical college. Students receive individualized academic advising to meet Ohio University’s general education and baccalaureate degree requirements. Program graduates are prepared to succeed in a management career.

 

Opportunities upon Graduation

Bachelor of Science in Applied Management (BSAM) graduates are prepared for a career in management or for entry into a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program.

 

Program Requirements

Area I Professional Business Skills (15 semester hours)

BUSL 2000 – Law and Society

SAM 3250J – Strategic Managerial Communication

ATCH 2090 – Business Statistics

MIS 2011 – Introduction to Information Analysis and Design

One of the following:    

     COMS 2040 – Principles and Techniques of Interviewing

     COMS 3060 – Interpersonal Conflict Management

     PSY 3610 – Industrial and Organizational Psychology

 

Area II Core Courses (24 semester hours)

SAM 1000 – Entrepreneurial Accounting

SAM 3010 – Managing Processes

SAM 3020 – Consumer Marketing

SAM 3050 – Supervision Management

SAM 3000 – Managing Systems and Projects 

SAM 3100 – Foundations of Financial Management

SAM 3910 – Internship

SAM 4700 – Managing Strategically in the Future

 

Total Requirements

Pre-BSAM Coursework

BSAM Coursework

 

 

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

 

 

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

 

 

60 semester hours

60 semester hours

 

 

Students should keep in mind that actual degree requirements may vary from person to person, depending on the type of coursework completed prior to admission to the BSAM program. Students MUST meet with their academic advisor to review their individual degree requirements to ensure completing their degree in a timely manner.