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Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Leadership

Exciting career options. Opportunities to build teams, direct projects and alter the trajectory of entire corporations. A business degree affords the chance to make a difference.

Prepare for the challenges that professionals confront in today’s global business environment. Whether your focus is banking, international business, marketing, management or economics, a business degree sets you up to influence your community and the world of business. Additionally, qualify for high quality graduate study such as an MBA program or law school.

Get involved in Phi Beta Lambda (Future Business Leaders of America), the International Business Club and Global Pfeiffer Study internships to gain relevant experience.

Main Campus: Historical Misenheimer

Pfeiffer’s undergraduate business management and leadership (BMAL) degree program, in the division of business, is available at Pfeiffer's Misenheimer campus. 

Business Management and Leadership Curriculum

The BMAL program curriculum requires a minimum investment of 60 semester hours (SH).

Core Courses (45 SH) 

  • ACCT 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
  • BMAL 241 Marketing
  • BMAL 251 Business Law I
  • BMAL 261 Principles of Management
  • BMAL 271 Survey of Leadership
  • BMAL 301 Ethics in Business
  • BMAL 311 Business Statistics
  • BMAL 371 Organizational Behavior
  • BMAL 381 International Business
  • BMAL 432 Financial Management
  • BMAL 491 Business Strategy
  • ECON 221 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 222 Principles of Microeconomics
  • MATH 311 Calculus for Business

Areas of Concentration

In addition to the required courses listed above, business majors complete at least one of the following concentrations:

Entrepreneurship and Supervision Concentration (15 SH) from:

  • BMAL 201 Principals of Business
  • BMAL 331 Risk Management and Insurance
  • BMAL 361 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
  • BMAL 391 Logistics/Supply Chain Management
  • BMAL 461 Management of Human Resources
  • BMAL 471 Organizational Change
  • BMAL 400 Business Internship
  • COMM XXX Any Communications course 200-level or higher

Finance and Banking Concentration (15 SH) from:

  • ECON 421 Money and Banking
  • ECON 331 Public Finance
  • ECON 310 Economic Development
  • BMAL 231 Personal Finance
  • BMAL 332 Investments
  • BMAL 400 Business Internship
  • COMM XXX Any Communications course 300-level or higher

International Business Concentration (15 SH) from:

  • BMAL 352 Government and Business
  • BMAL 382 Globalization and Cultural Sensitivity
  • BMAL 481 International Trade and Finance
  • ACCT 315 International Accounting
  • ECON 326 Comparative Economic Systems
  • ECON 327 The U.S. in the Global Economy
  • BMAL 400 Business Internship
  • COMM XXX Any Communications course 300-level or higher

Marketing Concentration (15 SH)

  • BMAL 341 E-Commerce
  • BMAL 342 Advertising and Sales Promotion
  • BMAL 343 Sales Development and Management
  • BMAL 344 Consumer Behavior
  • BMAL 400 Business Internship
  • BMAL 441 Marketing Management
  • COMM 330 Public Relations

Requirements to Minor in Business Management & Leadership

Leadership (For non-business majors only – 18 SH)

  • BMAL 261 Principles of Management
  • BMAL 271 Survey of Leadership
  • BMAL 361 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
  • BMAL 371 Organizational Behavior
  • BMAL 461 Management of Human Resources
  • BMAL 471 Organizational Change

For descriptions of courses, visit the academic catalog.

3/2 Program

Earn your bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years. Motivated undergraduate students should consider our 3/2 program

Tuition & Fees

Click here for current tuition and fees. Contact an admissions advisor about financial aid and scholarship opportunities

Accreditation

Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Careers

Motivate. Make a difference. Lead the way for positive change.

Exposure to a variety of business disciplines enables you to determine the areas of business you find most interesting, so you find the ideal industry segment and position. Your relationships with faculty and within the business community provide valuable networking opportunities, setting you up for success.

Whether you want to start a company, lead a company or contribute to an existing organization in a leadership position, a business degree is an optimal foundational degree.



Alumni Spotlight

"I am in the position I am today due to the attention I got in smaller classes, the quality of the coaching I experienced on the soccer team, and the community Pfeiffer builds around its students. I learned more, experienced more, and grew up more than I could have at a bigger school.”

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Director of Undergraduate Admissions

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Emily Carella
(800) 338-2060
(704) 463-1360
emily.carella@pfeiffer.edu

Business Management and Leadership Program Advisor

Christopher Howard
Associate Professor of Business Administration
christopher.howard@pfeiffer.edu