Long Island Organizational Management Degree
Manage relationships. Build leadership skills. Get ready.
Our B.S. in Organizational Management prepares students to take on the business world with a strong understanding of how organizations function. Graduates develop skills essential to working in the business world, including problem-solving, strategic and critical thinking, leadership, interpersonal relations and ethical decision-making.
What is Organizational Management?
Organization management puts a company in a position to succeed by effectively maintaining its assets and resources. It encompasses all of the planning and action taken by managers and directors to help a business realize its mission and achieve its objectives and goals.
What can you do with an Organizational Management degree?
Students who earn a bachelor’s degree in organizational management from St. Joseph's University take on such positions as credit specialists, legal assistants, vice presidents, small business owners, directors and business planning consultants.
Succeed with a B.S. in Organizational Management at St. Joseph's University
St. Joseph's University's organizational management program is full of highly trained faculty members who work in and are experts in their field. By graduation, students in our program are well-prepared for management positions in business, education, government, nonprofit organizations and other careers.
The Long Island Organizational Management Major Experience
Dual Degree: Enhance your résumé with our dual degree program and earn a B.S. in Organizational Management and an M.B.A. in only five years.
Fully Online Degree: We understand that working adults don’t always have the time to sit down in class. That’s why our online program offers our degree and dual degree options online, allowing working students a chance to learn around their busy schedule at a place and time convenient to them.
Flexible Scheduling and Credit for Experience
Creating a schedule that fits into your busy life has never been easier. Regardless of your age, work schedule or other commitments, at St. Joseph’s, we offer flexible scheduling options — including evening, weekend and online classes — that can fit the busy lifestyle of any student. In fact, St. Joseph's University offers qualifying students the chance to participate in the Prior Experiential Learning Assessment (PELA) Program, which gives you the opportunity to apply for credit for the experiential learning you have acquired during your career. Validated learning, not the experience alone, is the basis for awarding up to 27 PELA credits.