Today’s Global Business Environment Needs Leaders Like You

Today’s global business environment needs leaders who can help companies grow and excel. To move forward in a sought-after management position, you need a program that delivers a competitive advantage.

Nova Southeastern University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Management will give you the skills and practical knowledge that will help you climb the corporate ladder. NSU’s management curriculum covers every key business discipline, from administration and operations to accounting and marketing, with a focus on management. Not only will you learn the basics of leadership, but you’ll study workplace diversity, business communications, human resource management and more. Upon successful completion of the program, you’ll be prepared to jump directly into the workforce or continue to the M.B.A. graduate business program.

Why Should You Major in Management at NSU?

Your Direct Pipeline into the Workforce

With a management degree, you have a lot of flexibility in job location. You can also devote your career to an area of management you’re interested in (e.g. financial management, human resource management, property management, sales management etc.) You can also have a career in any of a number of industries (e.g., finance, retail, IT, manufacturing, health care etc.) Some management graduates go on to obtain an M.B.A. with a major in Management in order to pursue executive-level management positions.

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Average Starting Salary

According to a 2020 report from, graduates with a business management degree make an average of $64,134 per year. This is a degree that comes with great earnings potential.

Shark Destinations

You’ll find NSU management degree alumni at companies like Castle Group, City Furniture, Enterprise Holdings, Sherwin Williams, Norwegian Cruise Line, Seminole Hard Rock and TD Bank. Within these companies, they hold titles such as manager, assistant manager, property manager, training manager, real estate agent, sales manager and shift manager.*

*Data provided by NSU’s Office of Career Development