Business Management (Online or On Campus) at Marylhurst

Our B.S. and B.A.S. degrees in Business Management are straightforward, rigorous and focused programs on business principles, ethics and service. Through our innovative business management curriculum, you’ll gain the ability to lead and manage in today’s dynamic business environments. You can complete this program 100% online or through campus-options at Portland Community College and Clackamas Community College.

Marylhurst’s B.A.S. in Business Management degree is designed specifically for students who have earned or are working toward a professional/technical training degree at the community college level and now want to complete a bachelor’s degree to advance their careers.

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As a student, you will use effective management processes across various organizational scenarios and enjoy a curriculum that teaches implementation of marketing, finance, human resources, law and strategic planning. Prior to graduation, you will gain highly marketable professional skills in writing, problem solving, critical thinking and ethics.

Learn more about the curriculum supporting Marylhurst graduates in the marketplace.

One of the most sought-after bachelor’s degrees in the nation is in the field of business. Why? It leads to the most diverse options of careers. Graduates with a degree in business management pursue jobs in corporations, small businesses or start their own business. Because of Marylhurst’s focus on social justice and advocacy within our curriculum, our graduates are highly skilled to work in nonprofit organizations and the public sector.

If attending class in person is not an option for you, consider completing this program entirely online. Same great program – just delivered in an online format. Your diploma will not say “online.” You’re earning the same diploma as our campus-based B.S. in Business Management students. Want a face-to-face classroom option? That’s available too right in Portland.

Joel Augee - Business Faculty - Marylhurst University“The Business management program at Marylhurst is unique because of the high level of engagement  and availability of our faculty. Even though many of my classes are online, I love connecting with my students 1 on 1, usually by phone. I also love seeing their final work product at the end of a course and seeing how much they have learned and accomplished. I would have to say that the top things you will get out of the business management program and Marylhurst overall is a developed love of learning for its own sake; coursework content that values not only practical business skills but ethical behavior and leadership; and lasting relationships with peers and faculty. We have an incredibly networked community that helps our students while they are at Marylhurst and when they become our alumni.”

~ Joel Augee, J.D. – Business Faculty at Marylhurst

  • Current undergraduate tuition is $423 per credit for the business management online courses and $463 for on-campus/off-site courses
  • Most courses are five credits within the accelerated business management program
  • Credit for Prior Learning: Earn credit for what you know from life or work experience
  • Transfer & Phi Theta Kappa scholarships

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Get further details about this program through our welcoming Office of Admissions.

  • This program accepts students each term (fall, winter, spring and summer)
  • View the admissions requirements, application process and application details
  • RSVP to an information session
  • Convenient and accessible courses are offered evenings or 100% online
  • Regionally accredited (NWCCU accredited)
  • Accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE)
  • Small class sizes with renowned faculty who focus on you
  • Team-orientated coursework with opportunities to network and form connections
  • A network of business alumni in key industries in the Northwest
  • More than 122 year history of academic excellence

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