CUAA’s Business Management program is built on a foundation of management theory and a strong entrepreneurial focus. You’ll explore how businesses are structured and managed and gain the skills to take on a leadership role in almost any industry or business structure.

The CUAA Advantage

A CUAA degree in Business Management offers you:

  • An education based on Christian values
  • Internships that empower you to apply academic theory in the real world
  • Liberal arts courses that promote growth and self-knowledge
  • Business courses that blend technical skills and ethical values
  • Full-time faculty who know you by name
  • Small class sizes and individual attention
  • Many on-campus activities to build leadership skills that translate into the business world

Degree Details

Years to complete: 4

Learning Outcomes

Our Business Management degree will teach you how to:

  • Plan, organize and direct business operations
  • Secure publicity, manage public response, and prepare and disseminate messages
  • Balance the individual needs, traits and abilities of the employee with workplace structure, goals and culture
  • Manage group dynamics, decision-making, conflict resolution and diversity
  • Incorporate the social and ethical responsibilities of management
  • Evaluate the challenges posed by the transition from entrepreneurial start-up to mature organization
  • Weigh the causes and consequences of globalization and the costs and benefits of international trade and foreign investment

Program Highlights

Successful managers need a balance of business skills, integrity, and interpersonal skills. CUAA’s three-tiered curriculum combines liberal arts, business, and management coursework to ensure a well-rounded educational experience.

Career Paths

  • Business owner
  • Purchasing agent
  • Project management
  • General management
  • Management consultant
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Advanced Degrees

CUAA’s MBA program includes a concentration in Management along with 10 additional areas of study.


Our curriculum includes coursework in organizational behavior, production and operations management, public relations, small business administration, and marketing. See our course catalog for a complete class listing.

Complementary Majors/Minors

  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Communication

Recommended High School Prep

  • English