Strategic Management and Innovations, BASMI

Offered in: Roosevelt Online

The Flex-Track Program for Adults lets students earn their undergraduate degrees at an accelerated pace while balancing work and family commitments. Courses in the Flex-Track program are conveniently offered on-campus, online, and in “hybrid” mode (combining face-to-face meetings and online interactions). Courses are eight weeks in length, allowing adult students to reduce the time it takes to earn the bachelor’s degree.

The Strategic Management and Innovation program focuses on understanding how business relationships grow and develop; the program places special emphasis on the resolution of problems. Key elements of the program are data analysis, environmental assessments, tracking of trends that impact organizational needs, and management of change. Students will synthesize data around organizational conditions, human capital, and marketplaces in order to prioritize operational strategies.

Requirements for the BA in Strategic Management and Innovations:

SMIN 315PROJECT MANAGEMENT3
SMIN 347BUDGETING AND ACCOUNTING3
SMIN 355JUDGMENT & CRITICAL THINKING3
SMIN 380TURNAROUND3
SMIN 395STRATEGY AND INNOVATION3
OLED 335ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE3
OLED 360EVIDENCE-BASED DECISION MAKING3
OLED 365SOCIAL JUSTICE & DIVERSITY3
OLED 372ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT3
Select two from the following list6
GROUP DYNAMICS & FACILITATION
ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOR
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
CONFLICT & NEGOTIATION
POWER & INFLUENCE
Funtional area or minor
Related courses in a discipline or interdisciplinary area in consultation with an advisor18
General Education, University Writing Requirement, and Elective
Courses to total 12069
Total Credit Hours120

General Education Requirements

Introductory
General Education Courses:
PLS 201CRITICAL REASONING AND SKILLS3
PLS 202INFORMATION LITERACY AND RESEARCH WRITING3
PLS 220TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY3
Mathematics:
MATH 110QUANTITATIVE LITERACY (or higher)3
Other Requirements
General education (University Writing Requirement):
ENG 101COMPOSITION I: CRITICAL READING & WRITING3
ENG 102COMPOSITION II: INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMIC RESEARCH3
General Electives:
Select additional courses from any area to complete the 120-hour degree requirement
Upper Level General Education Seminars:
PLS 350SOCIAL SCIENCES SEMINAR I: CRITICAL SKILLS3
PLS 351SOCIAL SCIENCES SEMINAR II: SPECIAL TOPICS3
PLS 360NATURAL SCIENCES SEMINAR I3
PLS 361NATURAL SCIENCES SEMINAR II3
PLS 370HUMANITIES SEMINAR I: CRITICAL SKILLS3
PLS 371HUMANITIES SEMINAR II: SPECIAL TOPICS3
PLS 397ADVANCED RESEARCH DESIGN AND EVALUATION3
PLS 398SENIOR THESIS3
Total Credit Hours42