Management

The Bachelor of Science in Management (BSMG) degree is focused on developing technology savvy business leaders of the future. The BSMG gives you the unique opportunity to Build Your Brand by providing you with the management skills to make your dreams real, whether that is aspiring to a c-suite position or becoming an entrepreneur by starting your own business. As you navigate through the common core, you will choose from a wide array of electives that form a concentration denoting an area of particular focus in your education. 

Example of Employers

Beaumont HospitalsGM
Borg-WarnerMeritor
Bosch Corp.MTD Products, Inc.
DTE EnergyPSMI Corporation

Small Classes

Best learning tools.

Kettering business students have the best of both worlds — small, personalized classes and faculty who have worked in the
business world. Kettering University participates in the SAP Academic Alliance so as a business student you will have access to the best enterprise
software on the market. By utilizing SAP, you will learn how modern organizations integrate their operations and command a global supply chain.

You will learn from the best! Most Kettering business professors bring direct experience from the corporate world. You’ll be challenged to problem solve and to create and push the limits to find cutting edge business solutions. The journey is challenging but your professors will coach you all the way!

You will learn the fundamental building blocks of true entrepreneurship. Kettering will prepare you as a leader for the global society. Our business professors intentionally infuse innovation and entrepreneurship throughout all courses, inspiring you to positively influence the future of business.

The Management program was accredited in 1995 by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Accreditation

The Management program was accredited in 1995 by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Kettering University has been accredited since 1962 by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.