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U N D E R G R A D U AT E P R O G R A M S IN MANAGEMENT

• Bachelor of Science in Business Administration • Certificate in Health Care Management • Certificate in Management • Certificate in Project Management for Clinicians


Make the next step you take in your career the most rewarding one. Deciding to go back to school isn’t always easy. But it’s a critical step in your life and career. Through this journey comes vast opportunity for advancement – to accept the challenge means acknowledging the powerful impact of the reward that awaits you. According the the U.S. Census Bureau, college graduates have dramatic salary advantages over high school graduates — on average, college graduates make $15,000 more per year than those without a college degree. Over the span of one’s professional life, a bachelor’s degree holder will earn nearly twice as much as a high school graduate. Our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) and undergraduate certificates in management are structured to provide the skills necessary for career mobility. When you choose to broaden your horizons with us, be prepared to be engaged in a way that will reward you both personally and professionally.


A different kind of classroom. A more engaging experience. Immerse yourself in a small class approach built around experiences that relate to life and business. Small class sizes allow our students the opportunity for greater interaction among their peers and professors. With an average class size of 15 students, you have the ability to engage in lively classroom discussions, share your unique experiences and exchange views. Our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) and management certificate programs combine courses in management and the liberal arts and sciences with an environment that fosters collaborative professional relationships, which further enhances learning for all. Our Boston campus is located in the heart of the Longwood Medical and Academic Area, adjacent to some of the most respected health care institutions, for-profit employers and cultural centers in the city. Emmanuel’s proximity to this world-renowned area has allowed the College to form strategic partnerships to enhance the degrees and certificates offered through the Graduate and Professional Programs, including onsite classes with employers such as Blue Cross Blue Shield and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In addition, we offer convenient suburban campuses in Woburn and Quincy. We understand that as a working professional who is returning to school, you are looking to maximize your time. To that end, we offer seven-week classes that meet just once a week, enabling you to fit education into your professional and personal schedules. We have rolling admissions and enrollment opportunities multiple times per year, which help to accelerate the completion of your degree or certificate.

At Emmanuel, professors do more than just lead the class – they motivate and support you as you develop professionally. Our faculty members bring a unique blend of perspectives – from full-time researchers to senior-level executives at employers such as Verizon Wireless, Hewlett Packard, Texas Instruments, government agencies and some of the world’s best medical centers. The retention of our students and their level of satisfaction cannot be matched by most schools in the area. In a survey of our graduates who earned an undergraduate degree last year, Emmanuel College faculty earned a 90% satisfaction rating for the quality of instruction.

The Emmanuel Difference Emmanuel College is where potential meets career growth and real-world possibility. Our principles of education are rooted in ethical values and social responsibility – we develop professional leaders who make a positive impact in the world. With our decades-long tradition of values-based education, we empower you to become the professional you strive to be: a leader capable of making a positive difference in your chosen field. When you begin the journey to advance your career, our promise is that we are on the path with you, and we take every step possible to support your goals.


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) (32 courses/128 credits) Residency Requirement: 12 courses (minimum of 8 upper-division courses)

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS General Education Requirements (8 courses/32 credits)

Course(s) offered that will fulfill the requirement(s)

ENGLISH COMPOSITION (1 course/4 credits)

ENGL 6201

English Composition

HUMANITIES (3 courses/12 credits required)

ART 6201

Topics in Western Art History

ENGL 6205

Introduction to Literature

PHIL 6101

Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 2605

Ethics and Health Care Law

RELIG 6110

Human Search for Meaning

RELIG 6111

Introduction to World Religions

NATURAL SCIENCE (1 course /4 credits)

BIOL 6101

Health and Disease

BIOL 6103

Human Nutrition

RELIGIOUS STUDIES (1 course /4 credits)

RELIG 6110

Human Search for Meaning

RELIG 6111

Introduction to World Religions

SPEECH COMMUNICATION (1 course /4 credits)

SPCH 6101

Speech Communication

WORLD STUDIES (1 course /4 credits)

HIST 6111

Western Civilization I

HIST 6113

Western Civilization II

“In all reality, the classes were better to take then, at that stage of my life and career, than if I had taken them right out of high school… I had a real sense of how it affected people in the real world, not just strictly in an academic book sense.” – Daniel Rizzo, BSBA ’01 Owner and President, Rizzo Insurance Group

General Elective Requirements (6 courses/24 credits) Courses offered that will fulfill the requirements ENGL 6203

Writing for Professionals

ENGL 6205

Introduction to Literature

ECON 6105

Money, Banking and the Economy

ECON 6107

Economic History of the Western World

ECON 6109

Business Forecasting

ECON 6111

Government and the Nation’s Economy

ECON 6113

Managerial Economics

HCA 3101

Managing Health Services Organizations

HCA 3103

Health Care Delivery Systems

HCA 3105

Economics and Planning in Health Care

MGMT 6115

Project Management

MGMT 7129

Financial Markets

PHIL 2605

Ethics and Health Care Law

Lower-Division Business/Management Requirements

Upper-Division Business/Management Requirements

(8 courses/32 credits)

(10 courses/40 credits)

ECON 6101

Microeconomics

MGMT 7105

Ethical Decision Making

ECON 6103

Macroeconomics

MGMT 7107

Human Resource Management

MATH 6117

Introduction to Statistics

MGMT 7109

Corporate Financial Management

MGMT 6101

Principles of Accounting I

MGMT 7111

Management Information Systems

MGMT 6102

Principles of Accounting II

MGMT 7113

Organizational Behavior

MGMT 6105

Principles of Marketing

MGMT 7115

Business Law

MGMT 6107

Principles of Management

MGMT 7117

Gender Issues in Organizations

MGMT 6109

Computer Applications*

MGMT 7119

International Management

MGMT 7121

Introduction to Business Research

MGMT 7123

Business Policy*

*Emmanuel College offers a Computer Literacy test to fulfill the computer literacy requirement however, the four credits will still need to be fulfilled.

*Completion of all lower-division and all upper-division courses and the approval of a student’s academic advisor are required to register for Business Policy.

“As a faculty member, I enjoy the interaction with BSBA students. They bring something – they’re not just there to sit and listen to me – they have meaningful experiences and meaningful opinions that I think add to the course quite a lot.” – Chris Vericker Emmanuel College Faculty Vice President, Middlesex Savings Bank


Certificate in Health Care Management (6 courses/24 credits)

Certificate in Project Management for Clinicians (6 courses/24 credits)

HCA 3101

Managing Health Services Organizations

HCA 3103

Health Care Delivery Systems

HCA 3103

Health Care Delivery Systems

HCA 3105

HCA 3105

Economics and Planning in Health Care

Economics and Planning in Health Care

MGMT 6101

Principles of Accounting I

MGMT 6101

Principles of Accounting I

MGMT 6115

Project Management

MGMT 6107

Principles of Management

PHIL 2605

Ethics and Health Care Law

PHIL 2605

Ethics and Health Care Law

Certificate in Management (6 courses/24 credits) MGMT 6101

Principles of Accounting I

MGMT 6107

Principles of Management

MGMT 6115

Project Management

MGMT 7113

Organizational Behavior

MGMT 7105

Ethical Decision Making

SPCH 6101

Speech Communication

And one of the following courses: HCA 3101

Managing Health Services Organizations (for non RNs)

NURS 3107

Leadership in Nursing (for RNs)

A PERSONAL APPROACH TO DEGREE PLANNING Integral to an Emmanuel College education is our advising program. From the moment you start the application process, you’ll work with an enrollment counselor who will guide you through your application and enrollment. Once you enroll, an academic advisor will be assigned to guide you throughout your program of study. Advisors assist students by: • Interpreting academic policies and guidelines and providing examples as appropriate

Dean’s Message “At Emmanuel College, we are proud of our position as a leader in the liberal arts and in professional degree programming. With our main campus in the thriving Longwood Medical

• Providing continuity in monitoring progress

and Academic Area, campuses

• Evaluating transcripts from prior learning for Emmanuel credit

around Greater Boston, exceptional

• Meeting with students as requested and guiding them as their goals change

teaching and learning resources, and

• Auditing transcripts to determine graduation eligibility and honors

personal career counseling, we offer an experience that simply cannot be matched. Our certificate and degree

HOW TO APPLY Call today to begin the conversation. Contact an enrollment counselor at 617-735-9700 or gpp@emmanuel.edu to discuss your goals and receive more information. Access our application online at www.emmanuel.edu. Click on “Graduate and Professional Programs” then click on “Apply Now!”

programs challenge and inspire our students for career success both today and tomorrow.” ------------Dr. Judith Marley

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 1. Completed application (No SATs required) 2. Official college transcripts from all regionally accredited academic institutions attended and a high school or GED transcript documenting high school completion 3. Two letters of recommendation 4. Personal statement

TRANSFER PREVIOUS ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE We believe that your past academic experiences are valuable assets; our residency requirement to earn an Emmanuel degree is just 12 courses. We will help you maximize courses from other institutions. Through our programs, you can:

5. Current résumé

• Transfer course credits from regionally accredited institutions

6. Personal interview with an enrollment counselor

• Transfer credit from CLEP and DSST exams • Transfer ACE approved military credits

Dean, Graduate & Professional Programs


400 The Fenway, Boston, Massachusetts 02115 617-735-9700 800-331-3227 617-735-9708 (fax) gpp@emmanuel.edu

www.emmanuel.edu


Undergraduate Management Programs at Emmanuel College