BS in Management Studies
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Management Studies degree program is organized to provide a general overview of the operations of business and the business environment.
- A broad overview of the concepts, theories, and applications of management and liberal arts.
- The insights to be creative and flexible so as to generate and apply critical thinking.
- Preparedness to lead and manage in a wide range of employment scenarios.
- The analytical and non-analytical tools necessary to address a wide range of general management problems.
- The business skills and tools necessary to compete in a complicated, quickly changing global environment.
The BS in Management Studies is offered in two formats: (1) evening courses and (2) an accelerated format including evening, weekend, and blended courses. Prospective students should contact Admissions & Enrollment Services (617-353-6000; email@example.com) to determine which format would best meet their needs. A minimum grade of C must be maintained in all management courses and is required for graduation. Transfer students must fulfill the degree curriculum and residency requirements as set forth for the Bachelor of Science degree.
For current admissions information, please visit the Metropolitan College website.
Candidates for the bachelor’s degree at Metropolitan College are required to complete a minimum of 32 courses (128 credits), including Hub requirements, major requirements, related courses, and electives.
All BU undergraduate students, including transfer students, will pursue coursework in the BU Hub, the University’s general education program that is integrated into the entire undergraduate experience. BU Hub requirements can be satisfied in a number of ways, including coursework in and beyond the major as well as through cocurricular activities. Students majoring in Management Studies will ordinarily, through coursework in the major, satisfy BU Hub requirements in Quantitative Reasoning II, Critical Thinking, Teamwork/Collaboration, and Creativity.
Eight courses (32 credits) as follows:
- MET MG 415 Project Management
- MET MG 448 Electronic Commerce, Systems, and Web Design
- MET MG 472 Financial Concepts
- MET MG 473 Quantitative and Qualitative Decision-Making
- MET MG 503 Business in a Changing Society
- MET MG 520 International Business Management
- MET MG 541 The Innovation Process: Developing New Products and Services
- MET MG 550 International Business Law and Regulation
Choose two business elective courses (8 credits) from MET Management (MG) offerings at the 400 level or above.
Electives are chosen with the advice of an academic counselor. The number of electives varies depending on transfer credit.