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Enhance Your Career Trajectory

Antioch’s online Bachelor of Arts in Management degree completion program provides the strong foundational knowledge required for skillful business management and is designed to keep you moving toward your professional goals. At just $350 per credit and with the opportunity for transfer credits, we offer an accelerated pathway to achieving your educational and career goals while keeping your financial future intact. Our program builds on your experience, teaching immediately-applicable skills for a wide variety of business functions, including

  • Marketing
  • Human resources
  • General management
  • Project management

Take advantage of a program that focuses on the high growth field of project management. The demand for project management professionals is expected to grow more than 12 percent between 2010 and 2020 (resulting in almost 6.2 million jobs)1 as organizations increasingly turn to project-based processes to manage operations. Expertise in this area will not just be valuable, but essential in the coming years.

Learn how Antioch’s online Bachelor of Arts in Management can launch your career as a principled business leader. Complete the request more information form for more information or call 855-792-1049.

1Project Management Institute Industry Growth Forecast, “Project Management Between 2010 + 2020,” March 2013, available at http://www.pmi.org/Knowledge-Center/Pulse/~/media/PDF/Business-Solutions/PMIProjectManagementSkillsGapReport.ashx

Faculty Spotlight

Dr. Todd Gilman holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of Toronto and an M.S. in Library and Information Science from Simmons College. He has taught a variety of humanities and writing courses for the University of Toronto, Boston University, and MIT; and journalism courses online for UMassAmherst. Since 2004 he has taught graduate courses in library and information science online for San Jose State University’s iSchool and Wayne State University’s School of Library and Information Science.

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