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In a world where communication is key, Keuka College’s bachelor’s in organizational management provides learners with the chance to refine their methods.
Immersed in classes that combine communication with business, you’ll prepare for careers in a variety of fields, including human services, health care, corporate relations, sales, marketing, entrepreneurship and restaurant services.
Our students find jobs and begin their careers in profit and not-for-profit organizations. You will learn to effectively use resources such as money, equipment, information and people when making fact-based decisions. The program encourages a high level of personal development and gives you a foundation in business—by taking accounting, economics, finance and marketing courses—and in the soft skills needed to be an effective leader and motivator.
We’ll help you cultivate your verbal and written communication skills, decision-making and problem-solving abilities, people skills and time management strategies.
Throughout your program, you’ll complete an Action Research Project (ARP) as the real-world capstone to your studies. You’ll receive the tools to observe a workplace issue and then develop a solution to put into practice. Our students tell us that the results of their ARP are often implemented in their workplace, which builds value to their employer and their career.
For more information about becoming a student, including admissions requirements, click here.
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|Corning Community College||Corning|
|Finger Lakes Community College||Canandaigua|
|FLCC- Victor Campus Center||Victor|
|Genesee Community College—Batavia||Batavia|
|Mohawk Valley Community College||Utica|
|Monroe Community College—Damon Campus||Rochester|
|Onondaga Community College||Syracuse|
The B.S. in Organizational Management curriculum consists of 19 courses and 58 credit hours. For planning purposes, classes meet one night each week for four hours. Students spend additional time outside of class to complete readings, assignments, case studies, online discussions, and group work.
|EXP 300||Foundations for Adult & Exp Learning||1|
|PSY 301||Adult Development and Life Assessment||3|
|COM 320||Business and Professional Writing||3|
|ORG 415||Group and Organizational Dynamics||3|
|ORG 425||Organizational Communication||3|
|ORG 435||Systems Approach to Organizational Change||3|
|ORG 455||Personal Values and Organizational Ethics||3|
|SOC 420||Social Problems and Their Impact on the Workplace||3|
|BUS 335||Issues in Management||3|
|BUS 320||Introduction to Research and Analysis Using Statistics||4|
|ENG 302||Action Research Project I||3|
|BUS 340||Managerial Accounting||3|
|BUS 355||Managerial Finance||3|
|BUS 360||Managerial Marketing||3|
|BUS 420||Business Law||4|
|ORG 445||Human Resources Management||3|
|BUS 450||Strategic Planning||3|
|INS 301F||IS: Management Analysis and Decision Making||3|
|ORG 465||Action Research Project||4|
*EXP 300 – Foundations for Adult and Experiential Learning - This course is offered year-round at the following locations: Keuka College, Onondaga Community College or Corning Community College. All undergraduate management students are required to attend this one time Saturday EXP class from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and to complete additional online work as required.
The Division of Business and Management is accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).