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The management major at the prestigious Brennan School of Business enables students to develop the effective and ethical leadership needed for careers in fields such as human resources, employee relations, project management and consulting.

An evening degree for ambitious students

Management is one of the market-ready majors Brennan is offering in its Evening BBA program. The format is designed for highly motivated students who have earned an associate’s degree and are looking for a bachelor’s program that offers outstanding quality but also fits a busy schedule. Our program allows you to work full-time and study full-time without sacrificing Brennan’s signature relationship-centered and experiential learning models. Classes are online, blended and on-campus, and students remain part of a dynamic cohort.

A business’s most valuable resource

The field of management focuses on the organization and leadership of the business world’s most valuable resource: people. Brennan’s curriculum goes far beyond simple personnel management to enable students to develop real leadership skills. The program is built around Brennan’s Bachelor of Business Administration core. Beyond the fundamentals, it includes courses in business ethics and law. Students get a taste of the real world in yearly practicums that include a required internship and a capstone experience.

Evening BBA snapshot
  • Complete your bachelor’s within 24 months; cohorts begin each fall
  • Courses taught in evenings, fully online and in hybrid formats
  • Same curriculum as top-ranked AACSB-accredited traditional day program
  • Courses include International Management, Leadership and Negotiation, Managerial Analytics, Principles of Operations Management, Managing Diversity, Strategic Human Resource Management and Global Supply Chain Management
  • Scholarships and other financial aid available
  • Must have completed an associate’s degree and the Illinois Articulation Initiative General Education Core Curriculum (GECC) requirements
Demi Queen

Brennan Graduate

Ebilling Appeals Specialist, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

“I found my voice here and tapped into my leadership qualities. I had the opportunity to work as an intern for Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, which transitioned into a full-time job immediately after I graduated.”

Brennan School of Business

Since its founding in 1977, the Brennan School of Business has launched the careers of generations of innovators and leaders in enterprises ranging from neighborhood nonprofits to multinational corporations. Today, Brennan is a leader in experiential business education, offering a challenging, values-based curriculum in which students engage with faculty to solve real-world business problems. Brennan prepares students to thrive in fulfilling careers while doing their part to make the world a better place. A Brennan education puts our alums on the path to success. In fact, Brennan has produced more than 65 CEOs across a wide spectrum of industries and nonprofits.

All students in the Brennan School of Business complete internships. In fact, it's required. You can search internship and job listings from hundreds of partner employers seeking to hire Dominican students.