Organizational Management (BSOM)

Bachelor of SCIENCE

Spring Arbor University

Gain expertise in management, human dynamics and organizational development for business and public administration. The program takes a systems approach to the problems, principles and practices of management, incorporating conceptual and theoretical knowledge.

Study in this major exposes the student to:

  • The importance of developing organizations in a variety of areas: human resource administration, interpersonal relationships, adult development models and motivational theory;
  • The practical application of skills and theories in the classroom and through a field-based research project; and
  • The evaluation of issues and concepts central to the practice of management through the perspectives of historical, Biblical and ethical standards.

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Spring Arbor University (Suite 200)

Lin Benfield, Admissions Specialist
Phone: (800) 968-0011, ext. 4256 or (231) 995-1760
Fax: (231) 995-1763
E-mail: lin.benfield@arbor.edu
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Bachelor’s Programs:

  • Facilities Management (tentative Fall 2014)
  • Family Life Education
  • Organizational Management (BSOM)
  • Nursing