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Bachelor of Science in Business (Operations Management) / MBA Dual Degree Track

Bachelor's in Business (Operations Management)/ MBA Dual Degree

Speed. Efficiency. Cost-effectiveness. Quality.

These are the hallmarks of good operations management. They're also among the benefits of Excelsior College's Bachelor of Science in Business (Operations Management) / MBA Dual Degree Track.

A longtime national leader in adult education and distance learning, Excelsior provides working adults with a streamlined online BS / MBA program that provides a shorter, more affordable, more convenient path to graduation than a traditional operations management BS / MBA degree program. 

A Practical BS/MBA for a Leadership Role in Operations Management

Excelsior's liberal transfer policies enable you to take full advantage of your previous college credits, military service, and professional training. We also offer:

  • Online classes that you take whenever they fit into your schedule.
  • Affordable tuition and low fees that save you money on your BS / MBA degree.
  • First-rate academic advising from our award-winning team.

Our BS / MBA program is led by first-rate professors from widely respected business colleges. You'll gain mastery over the most current issues and trends in operations management, including:

  • Facilities planning
  • Inventory control
  • Scheduling
  • Manufacturing management
  • Productivity assessment
  • Quality control

The result? A BS / MBA degree that demands less time and money, offers greater convenience, and prepares you for better operations management jobs with better pay and more potential for career advancement.

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Excelsior College BS/MBA Dual Degree Program Outcomes

BS / MBA Dual Degree Credit Requirements

The BS/MBA program is offered in conjunction with the School of Business & Technology. The dual degree track requires a total of 150 credits. Students achieve graduate status after completion of the 6-credit bridge component. Students receive both their bachelor's and master's degrees after the 150 credits are completed.