The Bachelor of Science in Business with a Management and Leadership specialization from Capella University prepares students with the skills needed to effectively manage teams of employees within a public or private, nonprofit, or government organization.
Coursework in the Bachelor of Science in Business with a Management and Leadership specialization provides an overview of key business areas to increase, allowing students to gain proficiencies partnering with cross-functional teams, while building management and leadership-focused skills, including team collaboration, operations management, strategic planning, and change management.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Business with a Management and Leadership specialization typically pursue team lead or supervisory positions in business, retail, government, or military organizations.
Capella University is an accredited school that believes in providing high academic degree opportunities for students at any age. Capella University online has extended these core values to its distance learning students. The school is headquartered in Minneapolis, but its online bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees are available nationwide. Capella was founded in 1991, and since then, has earned an esteem as a top online school in the United States and currently enrolls more than 35,000 students. Capella University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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