BUS-MGT: Business Administration and

Business Management

The Department of Business & Economics provides courses leading to a Bachelor of Arts, or Science degree. It also provides courses leading to a Master degree. For more information, please see the section on Academics

and Admissions.


The Department of Business & Economics at Great Bay University provides students with information that will serve as a foundation of their knowledge regarding this area of study. Anthem courses focuses on a more hands on approach, using real life examples, simulated strategic projects, and group work.

Name: Business Management

Business Administration

Course Numbers: 101-580

Core Credit Hours: Variable: 40-84

Electives: Variable

Concentration Credit Hours: Minimum: 54

Semesters: 5-12

Associate Requirements: Minimum: 60 Credit Hours

Bachelor Requirements: Minimum: 122 Credit Hours

Graduate: Minimum: 36 Credit Hours

Janice Thornton


Business Professor


Department of Business & Economics

Your business degree can be applied to many different fields and industries, and can also be used to help you start your own business.


Many students start their professional training with an undergraduate business or business administration degree and proceed to graduate school or an MBA (Master's of Business Administration).




Many working adults take online college courses in everything from business management to financial planning, making it easier to advance or change careers even after you've started working.

Requirements  for General Business, Business Management,

and Business Administration

Modern Science & Scientific Reasoning

Principles of Economics

English Composition

World History 1865-Present

Accounting  Fundamentals

Introduction to Psychology

English Literature

Intermediate Accounting Principles

Professional Skills Development

Calculus & Analytical Geometry

Public Speaking

World Geography

Introduction to Business Administration

Intro to Marketing & Commerce

College Writing

Ethics & The Practice of Management

Survey of International Business

American National Government

Introduction to Computer Science

Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making

Organizational Psychology

Global Cultures

Introduction to Business Law & Contracts

Leadership & Innovation

Financial Accounting: Statistics

Introduction to Philosophy

Human Resources Practice & Theory

Seminar in Contemporary Business Topics

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Principles of Microeconomics

Introduction to Political Science

Personnel Development & Retention

Business Planning & Implementation

The Art & Discipline of Leadership

Majors Available:

Business Management

Business Administration

International Business

Project Management

Logistics Management

Human Resource Management





SCI 105

ECO 112

ENG 101

HIS 140

ACT 110

PSY 151

ENG 180

ACT 200

SPE 212

CAL 182

COM 225

GEO 269

BUS 249

MKT 280

SPE 252

MGT 301

BUS 290

GVT 319

CSC 306

MGT 302

PSY 355

SOC 318

BUS 303

MGT 305

ACT 300

PHI 371

BUS 307

BUS 385

BUS 386

ECO 372

POL 390

BUS 387

BUS 410

MGT 412

The above courses represent business in general. Additional requisites may be required, additional science or arts (core) classes may be required


Our goal is to ensure that every student gets the information they need. Click below for our course catalogue.

Contact Admissions today and inquire about a program for your needs. Associate, Bachelor, Master and Doctorate, as well as certificate programs.


At Great Bay University, there is no boundaries to further education and

personal enrichment.

Great Bay University

Online & Worldwide


It should be a well-researched decision. Great Bay University, can assist you with cutting-edge, innovative degree programs in many areas of interest. We are here to help you navigate in todays competitive marketplace. Gain the edge with GBU.

Great Bay