Bachelor of Business Administration in Management (BBA-MGT)

For the student with little or no experience, the curriculum for the BBA-MGT provides the foundation for an entry-level management position in purchasing, customer service, human resources management, public administration, office management, or operations.

You will develop an understanding of decision methodology, business resource management, organization structures, business strategy, and business policy. Emphasis is placed on the principles of managing, the skills of decision-making and problem-solving, and the techniques of interpersonal relationships.

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BBA students may elect to replace IT 335 with IT 520 and FIN 310 with FIN 515 in preparation for pursuing a graduate degree at Walsh College. Courses must be completed with a “C” (2.000) or better to be considered for advanced standing.

Why Walsh?

$400,000 in Scholarships

Walsh College awards $400,000 in scholarships each year to newly admitted undergraduate students.


Schedule courses around your busy life. You can take courses 100% online or attend class at our Troy, Novi, Clinton Township, or Port Huron locations. 

Faculty with Real-world Experience

90% of Walsh faculty hold full-time positions in business while teaching in their area of expertise.

Build Your Network

You'll find Walsh graduates in every Fortune 500 company in Michigan.* Learn alongside working professionals and build a network of success.

Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

Earning a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management from Walsh College requires a minimum of 127 semester credit hours. This includes the transfer of up to 82 semester credit hours and a minimum of 45 semester credit hours (15 courses) taken while in residence at Walsh College. For complete BBA–MGT graduation requirements, please refer to the Walsh College Course Catalog.  


A student may choose a minor while pursuing a bachelor’s degree at Walsh College. Minors are available in accounting, finance, information technology, management and marketing. A minor is comprised of 12 semester credit hours. For a listing of the courses required, please meet with an academic advisor.

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Ready to redefine your future? Apply online or speak with an academic advisor today by calling 248-823-1600.  Appointments are available Monday through Friday. Walk-ins are welcome on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.

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Employment Opportunities

A management education, coupled with specialized or technical skills, creates the best opportunity for future growth and employment. The market for management jobs in the fields of telecommunications, product development, employee benefits, and managed care has a positive outlook. The market for managers in personnel, labor relations, and property and real estate management are expected to remain competitive. Employment of management positions is projected to grow 11% through 2022.

Management salaries vary greatly depending on company size and level of responsibility. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the average starting salary range for bachelor’s degree candidates is $50,000. Annual compensation for employees with six years or more of experience ranges from $54,000 to $80,000.