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Bachelor of Science inManagement

Program Overview

The constantly changing marketplace makes the skills of leadership and management incredibly valuable. Effective management can be the difference between a great success and a great failure. Today’s most successful companies and corporations are always on the lookout for leaders who can manage the day-to-day operations of their business. Strong managers will always have a wealth of opportunities available to them.

Grace College’s GOAL (Grace Opportunities for Adult Learners) program is created for students balancing personal commitment while pursuing an education. We at Grace College understand the difficulties that come with balancing work and school, and our Bachelor of Science in Management program is built to be flexible. Our students are always able to work at a pace that is best for them.

Our courses will prepare you for the quick pace of today’s business world. You will gain the tools needed to become a strong and effective leader in a variety of situations. This program will also open a variety of job opportunities, and help take you from an entry-level position into management.

Spring 2015-2016 Curriculum Map
Fall 2015-2016 Curriculum Map


Adult assessment replaces traditional examinations. The degree completion program can be finished in as little as 16 months. GOAL is priced substantially below most degree completion programs. Outstanding and understanding faculty who are geared towards teaching adults.

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“I was really excited when Grace offered the GOAL program, and working with a lot of other people who were doing the same thing as me.”

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Management Courses

Core CoursesProgram Courses
GOL 3000 Adult Learner
GOL 3100 Business Writing in the New Millennium
GOL 3200 Expanded Conversation: Public Speaking in the Workplace
GOL 3300 Gifts Differing: Diversity and Teamwork in the Workplace
GOL 3400 Principles of Management
GOL 3500 Business Law
GOL 3600 The Human Factor
GOL 4000 Interpreting Basic Statistics
GOL 4200 Fundamentals of Finance
GOL 4300 The Dynamic Organization
GOL 4400 Operations Management
GOL 4500 Information Technology Management
GOL 4600 Applied Research
GOL 4700 Senior Seminar
Choose one of the following electives: GOL 4100 or GOL 4800

In this course, students will examine adult developmental stages including physical, cognitive, personality, social, and moral development. This course will provide orientation activities for adult learners to adjust to the college environment, facilities, and technology. Experiential learning portfolio instruction is also provided, if applicable. Three hours.

Students will build a writing portfolio for diverse audiences and purposes. A writing rubric will ensure strong ideas, logical organization, conversational voice, clear words, smooth sentences, correct copy, and a reader-friendly design. Computer tools will be used to create and enhance written messages that meet the needs of today’s fast-paced business environment. Three hours.

In this course, students will learn to analyze, construct, and deliver a variety of presentations required in the modern workplace. Emphasis will be on practicality and individual growth. Three hours.

Students will gain experience with and knowledge of concepts related to diversity in the workplace. Special emphasis is placed on understanding personality preferences. Group dynamics such as power, perception, motivation, leadership, and decision-making are analyzed through readings, written assignments, and class discussion. Three hours.

This course will survey the role of managers in organization: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. We will explore leadership styles and techniques, preparing students to solve problems and apply effective decision-making processes in their environments. Three hours.

Students study the basic legal principles which control modern business transactions. Additionally, the course deals with such topics as contracts, agencies, employment, negotiable instruments, property, sales, and business relations with government. Three hours.

Students will be exposed to major theories of human resource management and contemporary trends in recruiting, training, motivating, and retaining a productive workforce. The legal, psychological, social, and economic issues related to managing people will also be addressed. Three hours.

Students will learn how to interpret basic statistics in order to aid in the decision making process. Examples from research studies will be employed to help the student comprehend how various statistics can be used to make decisions about real life problems in the workplace. Three hours.

This course is an introductory survey analyzing the three fundamental forms of financial statements: Balance Sheet, Income Statement, and Cash Flow Statement. Interpretive skill set development will focus on strategic planning, assessing risk, and applying effective budgeting controls. Three hours.

The study of organizational development explores how companies must adapt to ever-changing internal and external environments in order to thrive in today’s economy. Change strategies and intervention processes will be studied so students can apply practical solutions to various organizational challenges in case histories and in their own workplaces. Leadership and teamwork will be explored in the context of organizational development. Three hours.

Students will learn how to use mathematics, statistics, and various computer packages to solve common business problems. Three hours.

This course will primarily focus on understanding and utilizing information technology and information systems within the organization from a managerial perspective. Three hours.

This course introduces the student to specific research terminology and research fundamentals such as design, samplings, surveys, experiments, focus groups, and other qualitative & quantitative approaches, culminating in a student research project. Three hours.

This culmination experience will enable students to select individualized activities that demonstrate their practical managerial skills in the workplace. Three hours.

GOL 4100
Ethical Change Agents Students will develop ethical awareness, accountability, and considerations to ethics in the working world including small group analysis of selected rules and cases. Three hours.

GOL 4800
Spiritual and Leadership Development This course focuses upon servant leadership, equipping and empowering others for leadership, and leading as a change agent. Though the leadership principles in this course are based upon Scripture, they are all applicable to a variety of contexts in the workplace. Three hours.

Average Salary:

New careers are within your grasp.

Those looking for success not only need to be open to change but also need to embrace it. Without a strong basis in adaptability, a businessperson may find themselves far behind the curve before they can realize it.

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