The Bachelor of Science in Applied Management (BSAM) prepares students for advancement in the field of management. A BSAM degree can lead to an immediate career in management or entry into a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program or other graduate studies. While this degree is intended as a completion program for those with a two-year degree program from an accredited community college, regional campus or technical college, students coming directly from high school can plan for a BSAM degree.
Contact for students beginning college or transferring from another institution:
- Lisa Jeffries, Recruitment Coordinator, 740-699-2536
Anticpated Schedule @ OUE (subject to change):
|SAM 1000||Entrepreneurial Accounting (or equivalent course)||On-campus offering of SAM 1000 in fall (or ATCH 1030, a substitute course). Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|SAM 3000||Managing Systems and Projects||On-campus offering in fall. Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|SAM 3010||Managing Processes and Supply Chains||On-campus offering in spring. Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|SAM 3020||Consumer Marketing||On-campus offering in fall. Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|SAM 3050||Supervision Management||On-campus offering in spring. Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|SAM 3100||Foundations of Financial Management||On-campus offering in spring. Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|SAM 3910||Internship||Offered in fall, spring, and summer. An internship for academic credit is one of the highlights of BSAM Program. Students develop their internship proposals well in advance of their semester on internship.|
|SAM 4700||Managing Strategically in the Future||On-campus offering in summer. Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|ATCH 2090||Business Statistics||Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|BUSL 2000||Law and Society||On-campus offering in fall. Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|SAM 3250J||Strategic Managerial Communication||On-campus offering in summer. Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|BMT 2000||Introduction to Business Computing||On-campus offering in fall. Online in fall, spring, and summer.|
|SAM 4900||Special Topics||Special topics such as Advertising, The Investment Industry, and Studies in Corporate Finance are also offered.|
Additional coursework is required beyond courses in the major.
Special Topics Course ‘The Investment Industry’ accepted for participation in the Investment Foundations® Academic Program of the CFA® Institute
- ‘The Investment Foundations Program covers the essentials of finance, ethics, and investment roles, providing a clear understanding of the global investment industry.’
The OUE Shark Challenge promotes economic growth in the Ohio Valley/Eastern Ohio region through technological innovation. Teams from area colleges present their innovative business ideas to a panel of judges and compete for a cash prize.
Major funding provided by TechGROWTH Ohio and TMI Hospitality (Residence Inn).