Management - Evening or Fully Online
Earn a bachelor's in business management completely online
Increase your value and your paycheck in a business program designed to let you work as you go
Our well-rounded curriculum will prepare you to lead
As you work toward earning your bachelor's degree, you’ll take courses in accounting, information system management, economics, marketing and management, as well as coursework in your chosen area of concentration: Entrepreneurship, Finance & Insurance or Human Resources Minor.
ACCT 201: Introduction to Accounting
Introduction to accounting that focuses on both external and internal accounting information. Topics include using and analyzing financial statements and related information for making economic decisions in today's business world by external decision makers, using management accounting information for various internal decisions including CVP analysis, and business decisions that impact the business value chain. Offered every semester. (QUANT)
MIS 145: Management Information Systems
This course covers the fundamentals of information systems with an emphasis on business intelligence systems. The latest advances in these systems are covered along with topical references to ethical and societal issues. This course is designed to help students function more effectively and efficiently as managers, decision makers, and leaders in the business world. Students learn to use data analysis software for summarization and visualization of critical business data. Prerequisite: Experience using Microsoft Excel and Access. 4 credits
This path is part of Simpson College's convenient and flexible adult undergraduate program, which enables you to complete four to eight credits every eight weeks.
By attending class just one to two nights a week, you may earn an average of 30 credits in one year and complete your bachelor's degree in four years. You can go as fast or as slow as your schedule and learning style requires: Study one night a week, two nights a week or even faster.
This program is available fully online or in a blended format of online and evening classes at the Simpson College West Des Moines Campus.
Get the tools you need to be a professional game-changer or innovative entrepreneur
As an adult student in our undergraduate Management program, you’ll learn from faculty who have extensive professional experience and are excited to share their expertise and networks with their students. You can expect the same individualized attention from faculty and academic and career advisors as you would in a more traditional setting.
We offer three focused concentration areas in the program, so you can choose the coursework that will tailor your degree to your career goals. Woven throughout the in-class curriculum are experiential opportunities, such as senior capstone experiences and internships, as well as opportunities to participate in Simpson College’s premier entrepreneurship incubators, such as the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization and Emerge laboratory.
Find Your Success
We're committed to making sure our undergraduate programs are accessible and affordable for all students.
Students in this program are eligible for federal financial aid, and we allow an interest-free grace period for students receiving employer reimbursement.
We accept transfer credits from other accredited institutions. Transcripts are evaluated to determine how many credits will transfer, as well as how a student’s former coursework meets Simpson’s degree requirements.
Take Advantage of Every Opportunity
Save up to $9,000 on tuition
We value the work you've already done and think it should count toward your degree. If you’re at least 25 years of age and classified as a freshman or sophomore at Simpson, you can submit a Life Experience Portfolio during the admissions process. The LEP can earn up to 24 credits free of charge.
Employer Reimbursement Cuts Interest Costs
Many employers reimburse their employees’ tuition after a class has been completed, and we offer the chance to delay payment until 45 days after the term ends. You won’t have to pay until after the course ends.
We're transfer friendly
During the application process, you'll submit transcripts of previous undergraduate work from other accredited institutions if applicable. Transcripts are then evaluated to determine how many credits will transfer, as well as how your former coursework meets Simpson’s degree requirements.