Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management

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Program at a Glance

  • This online program is designed for students interested in transitioning into management-level positions.
  • Learn general management skills such as budgeting, communication, supervision, and operations.
  • Get support reskilling away from service-oriented occupations into more business-related occupations.
  • Tailor your studies with 85 open elective credits.
  • Focus your degree plan by choosing from 14 concentration areas:
  • Business development
  • Construction management
  • Decision management
  • Financial analysis
  • Global business
  • Global marketing management
  • Hospitality sustainability
  • Human resources
  • Information systems management
  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Project management
  • Sport entertainment management
  • Supply chain management and logistics
Upcoming Start Dates

Course Effort
15–18 Hours per Week
Course Length
10-Week Terms
Average Completion
4 years
Of Full-Time Study
Credits Required
(120 Semester Credits)
Cost per Credit
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Online Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management Overview

A bachelor’s degree in organizational management can prepare you for today’s competitive job market. You’ll be equipped with the knowledge, technical skills, and work habits to pursue management-level positions in a variety of business fields.* In addition, our program teaches you general education literacies and professional competencies.

You’ll learn how to do the following:

  • Analyze organizational processes and procedures in a variety of business settings.
  • Evaluate information management, planning, operations, and control in business environments.
  • Assess the roles that structure, management, and leadership play in organizational performance.
  • Understand how economics, government, and law affect value creation in the global context.
  • Evaluate the role of accounting, finance, and marketing within the larger organizational structure.

See the University Catalog for policy and degree plan information specific to this program.

Purdue Global Is Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission

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Military Transfer Credit

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Admissions Requirements

You must be a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate or other equivalency diploma. You are also encouraged to complete orientation before you start classes. Refer to the University Catalog or speak to an Advisor to learn more.

Ways to Save

  • Transfer Credits

    Earn credit for prior coursework completed at eligible institutions, including community colleges.

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  • Prior Work Experience

    You could earn undergraduate credit for your life and professional career experiences.

    Your Experience Counts

  • Financial Aid

    Title IV federal financial aid is available for many of our degree programs.

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  • Grants

    Learn about federal financial grants and loan programs that may be available.

    Federal and State Grants

  • Corporate Partner Benefits

    Employees of Purdue Global partner organizations may be eligible for special tuition reductions.

    Employee Savings and Benefits

  • Military Tuition Reduction

    55% reduction per credit for current servicemembers, 38% per credit for veterans for undergraduate programs.

    Tuition Savings for Military

  • Prior Military Experience

    We offer credit for ACE-evaluated training and CLEP and DANTES examinations.

    Credit for Military Training

  • International Tuition Reduction

    International students living outside of the United States are eligible for a 25% tuition reduction.

    International Tuition and Benefits

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What Courses Will I Take?

Coursework equips students with skills to qualify for management-level positions in a variety of business fields. Students can customize their path of study with a high number of open elective credits.

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Sample Courses
  • Communicating Professionalism
  • Introduction to Management
  • Management of Information Systems
  • Operations and Supervision
  • Organizational Communication

Program Requirements

  • Core Credits
  • Major Credits
  • Elective Credits
  • Total Credits

Bachelor’s in Organizational Management Degree Concentrations

Concentrations are built into the program to help you develop proficiencies that can apply to your future profession. Choose from the concentrations below.

  • Business Development

    Master B2B and B2C selling concepts, customer analysis and relationships, and leadership strategies for salesforce management.

  • Construction Management

    This concentration is designed to expose students to the knowledge, skills, and insights required to meet the demands of the construction industry, including construction methods, planning and scheduling, cost estimating, and law.

  • Financial Analysis

    Learn how to apply financial concepts to a variety of corporate functions with skills in financial-statement analysis, cash-flow analysis, and more.

  • Global Business

    Understand the business impact of differences in cultural, political, economic, and legal systems. This concentration includes an educational travel abroad option that will allow students to participate either virtually or in person.

  • Global Marketing Management

    Gain a thorough understanding of advertising, promotion, PR, consumer behavior, international marketing, marketing research, and more.

  • Hospitality Sustainability

    Take on advanced roles in the hospitality industry while focusing on sustainability, with insights into climate change, social responsibility, customer service excellence, ecological matters, and more.

  • Human Resources

    Prepare for leadership roles in human resource management while learning employment practices, personnel administration, employee training, benefits, and more.

  • Information Systems Management

    Gain foundational skills in project management, IT consulting, and management of information systems and technological innovation.

  • Leadership

    Examine how to effectively lead individuals and teams within diverse corporate environments.

  • Management

    Study the fundamentals of effective teamwork, improve your communication skills, and evaluate information management, planning, and control in business environments.

  • Decision Management

    Learn every aspect of designing, building, and managing the automated decision-making systems that an organization uses to manage its interactions with customers, employees, and suppliers.

  • Project Management

    Learn the fundamentals of project management and gain a thorough understanding of leadership, team building, group dynamics, decision making, communication, and negotiation.

  • Sport Entertainment Management

    Develop a foundational understanding of economics, accounting, finance, and marketing and study the cultural and business impact of sport entertainment industries.

  • Supply Chain Management and Logistics

    Study the key processes of supply chain management and logistics, including the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing, conversion, and logistics management.

Career Opportunities

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, management occupations have maintained a strong place in the job market. With Purdue Global’s online degree in organizational management, you’ll gain an edge in a competitive industry. Transition to a management-level position in your current career or make a shift into a new field.

Top 5 Skills Employers Are Looking for:

  1. Active Listening
  2. Coordination
  3. Critical Thinking
  4. Reading Comprehension
  5. Speaking

Top Jobs With This Degree

Labor market, salary, and projected growth information are supplied by Emsi. Average salary range is based on national data. Projected growth represents the estimated change in total employment over the projections period (2018–2030) at the state level and is based on your geographic location. Actual outcomes vary by geographic area, previous work experience, and opportunities for employment. Purdue Global cannot guarantee employment placement, salary level, or career advancement.

Get to Know Our Faculty

Purdue Global faculty members are real-world practitioners who bring knowledge gained through the powerful combination of higher learning and industry experience.

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grad hat icon 98% Faculty members who have advanced degrees
diploma icon 51% Faculty members who hold a doctorate
tablet icon 395 Faculty publications in 2021–2022
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Statistics include all Purdue Global faculty members and are not school- or program-specific calculations. Source: Purdue Global Office of Reporting and Analysis, July 2022. 2021–2022 academic year.

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*Purdue Global does not guarantee employment or career advancement. Actual outcomes vary by geographic area, previous work experience and opportunities for employment. Additional training and experience may be necessary for leadership positions.