BBA in Management

The study of management encompasses a variety of concepts and principles, including organizational theory, design, and development. These three concepts are more relevant in a global context than ever before.

Studies within this program help students better understand the basic principles and tenets of human resource management, and how the management of people affects the larger institution overall. Students also learn strategies for negotiations, conflict resolution and arbitration, and entrepreneurship.

The BBA Management degree prepares students for career opportunities as managers in corporations, non-profit organizations, and government agencies. Students may also find employment in the fields of personnel and benefits; recruitment and career planning services; as well as arbitration, conflict resolution and consulting.

Property Management and Real Estate Concentration:

The Weidner Property Management and Real Estate Program at CBPP focuses on the principles, theories, and practical implementation of skills required to be successful as property managers and real estate associates.

Students will be introduced to residential, commercial, and industrial property management through courses in leasing, property maintenance, asset finance, real estate law, human resource management, and negotiation/conflict management.

Students will also have the unique opportunity to concurrently fulfill education and experience requirements needed to sit for national industry designations as they work on their degree.  Click here for more information about the Weidner Property Management and Real Estate Program at CBPP.

A BBA Management degree with a concentration in Property Management and Real Estate prepares students for career opportunities in private organizations, corporations, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and self-employment. Students may find employment in several fields across the real estate industry including property management; real estate sales and leasing; property development and acquisitions; as well a real estate administration.

 

MBA in General Management

The MBA in General Management is designed to provide students with the perspectives and skills that will prepare them for increasingly significant managerial leadership roles in their organizations.

The focus of the program is on management practice, but this focus is based on a recognition that sound practice requires a thorough understanding of underlying management principles and techniques.

The MBA graduate should be thoroughly grounded in state-of-the-art management theory and practice, aware of the complex global environment in which modern organizations operate, adaptive to change, articulate, and ethical in dealing with others.