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Bachelor of Science in Management Studies

Leaders Wanted

Managers are already in high demand according to the U.S. Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), and that demand is expected to grow. The BLS estimates that management jobs will increase by an average of 12 percent across all categories by 2022. Contributing to this growth is the increasing number of managers at or near retirement age. All of this points to a nationwide call—and a huge opportunity—for motivated working adults to gain the credentials and skills needed to move into management positions.

Career Outcomes

Norwich’s Bachelor of Science in Management Studies program caters to working adults in the public, private, and military sectors who have substantial professional experience and leadership potential but need to complete their bachelor’s degree to become eligible for mid- to high-level management roles. In addition to gaining knowledge and skills in general management theories and practices, students amplify their marketability by pursuing concentrations in high-growth areas as human resource management.

Our students graduate with sought-after skills and a competitive resume that can lead to a number of exciting career outcomes—from receiving an internal promotion to navigating a successful military-to-civilian transition to setting the stage for earning a master’s degree.

Examples of Career Paths

  • Administrative services manager
  • Assistant manager of a town or city department
  • Associate HR manager
  • Information systems manager
  • Military officer
  • Network administrator
  • Payroll specialist
  • Project manager
  • Strategic planner

Types of Employers

  • Local, state, and federal agencies
  • Private-sector organizations in various fields
  • Technology firms
  • U.S. military