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Program Description

Strong business management is both an art and a science.


In Centenary University’s Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business Administration, Management concentration, you will study analytical methods to ensure top business performance while developing leadership skills. Our program prepares future managers with the expertise they will need to get the job done in the best possible way at the lowest possible cost.

The Management curriculum covers Centenary’s core Business Administration coursework during the first two years, including classes in accounting, marketing and finance. You will then advance into high-level classes in topics including organizational behavior as well as individual, team and human resources management.

Many students complete the Management concentration in conjunction with our Marketing concentration — a tract that offers a highly desirable combination of sought-after business skills.

Solving Problems

Being an effective manager involves understanding how to solve problems — in both operations and interpersonal relationships. Centenary’s Management program goes beyond teaching just the “nuts and bolts” of how to run a business and focuses on how to develop an effective team.

Our Management graduates have gone on to work in wide variety of settings —from small businesses to large corporations. You will find Centenary graduates at such big name companies as TD Bank and ADP as well as New Jersey’s top pharmaceutical companies.

Learn from Professionals

All of Centenary’s Business Administration professors have extensive management-level experience working in corporate or small-business settings. As a result, our Management classes include exercises aimed at developing leadership skills in addition to teaching the science of management — how to have the right people in the right positions.

If you’re aiming for the top in your business career, our Management concentration is the place to start. Apply now.


  • AFC 1001 Academic Foundations: Perspectives in Business section or BUS 1001 (4)
  • BUS 1002 Business Applications and Presentations (4)
  • CAT II Mathematics (4)
    (all MTH prefix courses except for remedial)
  • WRI 1001 Comp & Rhet I OR WRI1002 Comp & Rhet II (4)
  • BUS 1010 Principles of Management (4)
  • BUS 1050 Social Responsibility in Business (Cat. IV Core) (4)
  • CAT III Arts and Humanities: Fine Arts (4)
  • ECO 1001 Economics (Cat. VI: Democratic or Global Citizenship) (4)
  • WRI 1001 WRI 1002 Comp & Rhet II OR WRI 2012 Advanced Comp (4)
  • ACC 2101 Principles of Accounting I (4)
  • BUS 2010 Principles of Marketing (4)
  • CAT V Laboratory Science (4)
  • ACC 2102 Principles of Accounting II (4)
  • BUS 2020 Management Information Systems (4)
  • BUS 2030 Principles of Finance (4)
  • CAT III Arts and Humanities: Literature (4)
  • BUS 3010 Business Law (4)
  • BUS 3020 Business Statistics (4)
  • CAT III Arts and Humanities: Humanities (4)
  • CAT VI Democratic or Global Citizenship (4)
  • BUS 3030 Organizational Behavior (4)
  • BUS 3130 Individual and Team Management (4)
  • ELECTIVE Elective (4)
  • ELECTIVE Elective (4)
  • BUS 3110 Operations Management (4)
  • BUS Elective (4)
  • ELECTIVE Elective (4)
  • ELECTIVE Elective (4)
  • BUS 3120 Human Resources Management (4)
  • BUS 4010 Business Strategy (4)
  • ELECTIVE Elective (4)
  • ELECTIVE Elective (4)


1. To earn a Bachelor degree, all graduates must successfully complete a minimum of 128 credit hours.
2. Minimum of 32 credits must be taken at Centenary University.
3. All graduates must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or above.
4. All graduates must have a minimum of 2.0 GPA in their major(s). Courses that are special topic listed in the title, typically ending with a 99, are repeatable. Courses are counted multiple times and do not replace grades of the previous special topic course.
5. Credits can only be shared between the core and the major or core and minor requirements. Shared credits within the core requirements is not allowed.
6. Economics can be applied toward either the global or democratic requirement, but not both.
7. BUS1001 is taken by transfer students in lieu of AFC1001, Perspectives in Business. BUS1001 may be waived if the transfer student has transferred in advanced business courses. A suitable course may then be substituted for this core requirement.

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