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Our Bachelor of Arts in Management is a degree completion program designed for individuals who have already a diploma or a partly completed degree and are interested in fast-track path to complete a business degree.

Candidates must have completed at least 60 semester or 90 quarter credit hours at another post-secondary institution ( Equivalent to Post-secondary  Lower Division levels in Years 1 and 2). Prior coursework (General Education) should include at least one course (3 semester credits/5 quarter credits) in each of the following areas:

General Education
  • College writing
  • College mathematics
  • Humanities
  • Social sciences
  • Natural sciences

The remaining credits can be in any lower division (1st or 2nd undergraduate) electives. A grade of 2.0/C or higher is required in order to transfer for an undergraduate course elsewhere into the BAM ( Bachelor of Arts in Management) program. CityU also accepts credits earned through passing the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams.  Our advising team will work with you to get your transcripts, evaluate the coursework you have completed, and discuss how your prior education applies to our program.

Many incoming undergraduate students have acquired relevant experience in the real world already, earning valuable experience outside the classroom. Our Prior Learning Assessment program translates that experience into transfer credits – giving you a well-deserved head start on completing your degree. Want more details about the PLA program

CityU’s Bachelor of Arts in Management enables students with a two-year college or technical institution diploma or two years of undergraduate university training to leverage those credits to complete a four-year management degree.

Why Study Management in CityU Bachelor of Arts in Management?

  • Designed for individuals seeking a broad management
  • Focus organizational and human dimensions of management
  • Fundamentals of management
  • Basic knowledge and skills you need to succeed as a manager in your field
  • ACBSP Accredited (Global recognition)

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