Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management:
Careers in Organizational Management

 

A bachelor's degree is not only increasingly necessary to get a good job and to advance your career—it can also result in higher earnings. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2008 workers with a bachelor's degree earned an average of $57,181, while those with just a high school diploma earned an average of $31,2861—a difference that adds up to a significant amount of money over the years.

 

Lubbock Christian University's online Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management is a smart choice when you've committed to earning your degree. You'll learn about economics, accounting, and marketing for insights into how organizations work, as well as skills related to leadership, organizational behavior and theory, and communication—knowledge you can apply to nearly any industry and field, including:

 

  • Business management
  • Sales
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Local, state, or federal government
  • Non-profit organizations

 

The average American can expect to have several jobs over his or her lifetime. The BS in Organizational Management offers the flexibility to help you succeed at every phase in your career. This bachelor's degree can also serve as a foundation for graduate study if you choose to further your education.

 

Learn more about how the BS in Organizational Management can help boost your career prospects: call us at (877) 307-5894 to speak to an advisor or REQUEST MORE INFORMATION.

 

1U.S. Census Bureau Current Population Survey
http://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/education/cb09-66.html