Business Management (AS)

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If you want to work in business, there are a few things you will need to know. Our associate degree in business management (offered on campus and online) will get you started on the right track. You’ll learn the fundamentals of business and accounting that will help you begin your career. At DSU, you’ll also develop the technical edge that can help you stand out in the marketplace.

Management students can choose to continue their education with a bachelor of business administration (BBA) at DSU. You can choose from five specializations and your classes will transfer directly into the program.

Benefits of studying business management at DSU

Management classes are known for their close-knit quality. Most classes have about 20–30 students per class and professors are available outside of class. DSU’s business professors have a wealth of business work experience in addition to their academic credentials. They’ll bring this real-world experience to their lessons.

Integrated technology

At DSU, technology is integrated into all of our degree programs. You'll get a diverse education. But, you'll also become knowledgeable and comfortable with technology in a variety of venues. Business classes include the extensive use of spreadsheets, internet applications, and QuickBooks accounting software.


ACBSP logoOur associate of business management program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). This additional accreditation means your degree will be recognized wherever you go.

Get your degree online

Our business management program is also offered completely online. Learn more about our online business management program.

Possible job titles

Jobs range from customer service representatives to assistant managers. It all depends on your background and aptitude.

Next steps

See what classes you’ll be taking with our course requirements.

Schedule a campus visit to meet business professors and students in the department and see the campus.

You can always contact us with any questions—or just to talk about what is possible.