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Online Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program: BS in Organizational Management

Lubbock Christian University's online BS in Organizational Management bachelor-completer program is ideal for students who already have an associate's degree. The program trains you in problem-solving and provides you with the interpersonal skills that yield success in multiple fields. Steeped in Christian principles, values, and lessons, the online Bachelor's in Organizational Management emphasizes the importance of effective management at all levels, no matter what your current job is.

Along with basic business knowledge in accounting, finance, and human resources, the curriculum gives you insight into organizational infrastructure and how you can learn to take the lead to help improve systems and processes at your current job, or your dream job.

Expert faculty and a flexible online program make the Bachelor’s in Organizational Management the best choice for completing your degree. We’ve designed this program around your success, providing you with everything you’ll need to finish your degree.

Get the Degree That Opens Doors

If you do not have a bachelor's degree, obtaining a job is increasingly difficult. You also risk hitting an advancement and salary ceiling. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate for workers 25 and over with only a high school degree was 6.5% in January 2014, compared to 3.2% for those with a bachelor’s degree or higher.*

Learning From Experience

Instructors in the Bachelor's in Organizational Management program encourage students to share their experiences and practices to help create a more profound understanding of organizational management for everyone. With the convenience and flexibility of the online format, the BS in Organizational Management is an ideal program for adults working full-time. It can also serve as a foundation for graduate studies.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Economic News Release, accessed 5/24/13,