Lombardo College of Business Online bachelor's in Management degree

Complete Your Degree Online!

A degree in management at Millersville equips students for a variety of roles and allows them to enter the business field at a high-level position upon graduation. Our management program exposes students to all major functional areas of a business but also allows you to focus on courses in human resources, entrepreneurship, operations, or leadership based on your individual career goals.

We have two options for online Management.  The full degree online allows students with little to no previous college credits to pursue a full degree online.  The degree-completion online program allows students with at least 30 transfer credits to complete the rest of their degree online.

Core curriculum courses cover a wide range of Business topics including principles of management, informational systems, legal repercussions and more. The Management concentration dives into international management, operations management and more based on your personal endeavors.

Students entering with an associate degree in business can complete their bachelor’s degree in approximately two academic years.


Millersville University’s Business Administration program is internationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Benefits of an ACBSP Accredited Program:

Accreditation affirms the relevancy and currency of faculty, programs and courses to best serve students by assuring a focus on quality performance. 

Employers seek and value graduates from accredited programs because of the experience they gain throughout their education.


  • Flexibility – 100% online courses can be taken throughout the year
  • Cohorts start every August and January
  • Courses offered year-round
  • Begin with no credits in the full degree or with at least 30 credits in the degree-completion program


After completing this program, you will be able to:

  • Develop a strategic perspective on organizational operations in a dynamic business environment.
  • Assess and construct performance measures, feedback channels, and coaching to facilitate employee development.
  • Acquire problem-solving skills that managers need to solve complex business problems.
  • Analyze the role of organizational culture in creating a diverse and inclusive workplace to enhance employee retention and satisfaction.
  • Apply leadership skills to promote supportive communication, ethical behavior, and improve employee productivity.


Lombardo College of Business graduates are competitive, and many succeed in landing their first postgraduation job in their chosen field in an increasingly complex job market.

Some examples of potential careers after graduation include:

  • Business Advisor
  • Human Resources
  • Corporate Investment Banker
  • Sales
  • Management Consultant
  • Stockbroker
  • And many others!