Contact:

Anderson School of Management

Advisement and Placement Center
Phone: 505-277-3290
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UNM Online Programs

Statewide Distance Learning Coordinator
Phone: 505-277-8128
Toll free: 866-869-6040
online@unm.edu

Email advisors for:
Online classes & programs:
online@unm.edu
Correspondence classes:
indstudy@unm.edu

UNM Department Information:

Extended Learning

MSC03 2190
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

Phone: 1-800-345-1807
Fax: 505-277-6499

Bachelor’s Degree Completion Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration

Concentrations available in
General Management or Management Information Systems

This degree is offered online by the UNM Anderson School of Management, and facilitated by UNM Extended Learning. Some management courses are also offered via ITV. Check class schedules for details.




Anderson School of Management

The Anderson School of Management’s mission is to provide quality management education that enables New Mexico to be economically competitive. The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) builds upon a strong grounding in the liberal arts and subsequent in-depth exposure to functional areas in business including accounting, marketing, finance, operations, management, leadership, and computer applications. Students gain advanced preparation in global management, social issues management, team-building, managing diversity, business strategy, instilling innovation, and responding to the changing environment of business. The curriculum cultivates written and oral communication skills and the use of leading technology.

A coherent schedule of core and elective classes will be offered via online format in order for students to complete the BBA degree.

For advisement, please contact:

UNM San Juan Center

Bachelor & Graduate Programs
505-566-3480
sjcbgp@unm.edu

UNM Santa Fe

Bachelor & Graduate Programs
505-428-1220
santafe@unm.edu

UNM Taos

Bachelor & Graduate Programs
575-758-2828
taosbgp@unm.edu

UNM Valencia

Bachelor & Graduate Programs
505-925-8974
valbgp@unm.edu

UNM Anderson School of Management

Advisement and Placement Center
505-277-3290
http://bba.mgt.unm.edu

UNM Online Programs

Statewide Distance Learning Coordinator
505-277-8128 or toll free: 866-869-6040
online@unm.edu

UNM Gallup

Bachelor & Graduate Programs
505-863-7618
gallup@unm.edu

UNM at KAFB

(Kirtland Air Force Base)
505-260-1354
kafb@unm.edu

UNM Los Alamos

Bachelor & Graduate Programs
505-662-0335
labgp@unm.edu

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Bachelor of Business Administration Completion Courses
(core and concentration hours)

Note:  Checkmark indicates when the course will be available online. Course list may be updated; please check each semester for current list. Please refer to class schedules at your Education Center or check the Online schedule to see all options.

Students must choose four (4) classes from four (4) of the following areas:
Accounting: MGMT 340, 341, 342, 343, 346, 443, 449
Entrepreneurial Studies: MGMT 324
Financial Management: MGMT 426, 470, 471, 473, 474, 476
Human Resource Management: MGMT 457, 463, 464, 465, 466, 468, 469, 492
International Management: MGMT 420, 421, 422
Management Information Systems: MGMT 329, 331, 336, 337, 459, 461
Marketing Management: MGMT 480, 481, 483, 484, 485
Operations Management: MGMT 433, 434, 462

Core Online Classes (30 Hours)FallSpringSummer
Required Courses  (30 required hours)
MGMT 300
MGMT 303
MGMT 306
MGMT 308
MGMT 310
MGMT 322
MGMT 326
MGMT 328
MGMT 450
MGMT 498
Operations Management
Managerial Accounting
Organizational Behavior & Diversity
Ethical Political and Social Environment
Legal Issues for Managers
Marketing for Managers
Financial Management
International Management
Computer Based Information Systems
Strategic Management


























General Management Concentration (12 Hours)FallSpringSummer
Elective Courses  (9 required hours–324 OR 474; 340 OR 342; PLUS 463)
MGMT 324
MGMT 336
MGMT 337
MGMT 342
MGMT 459
MGMT 463
New Venture Strategies
Information Systems Security
Survey Computer Sys & Software
Income Tax Accounting 1
Information Analysis
Employment Law









Note:  See NOC concentration checklist at
http://bba.mgt.unm.edu/forms/pdf/NOCchecklist.pdf
Management Information Systems Concentration (15 Hours)FallSpringSummer
Required Courses (9 required hours)
MGMT 329
MGMT 330
MGMT 398
MGMT 459
Data Management 
Business Programming Fundamentals
Career Management Skills 
Information Analysis






Elective Courses  (6 elective hours–select two elective courses from the following)
MGMT 331
MGMT 336
MGMT 437
MGMT 461
Business Application Programming
Information Systems Security
System and Network Administration
System Project Development 



Note:  See MIS concentration checklist at
http://bba.mgt.unm.edu/forms/pdf/MISchecklist.pdf
Please contact an Anderson advisor at 277-3290 for information about these courses.
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Admission and Registration

You will need to be admitted to UNM to register for online classes. There are several admission options depending on whether you are in a degree program or interested in non-degree status. All admissions information can be found through the UNM Admission’s Web site at http://admissions.unm.edu/.

Admission into Anderson School of Management requires an additional application form available at http://bba.mgt.unm.edu/admissions.

Once you have a UNM I.D. and have attended orientation, you may register on the LOBOWeb system. Students register via LoboWeb at http://my.unm.edu.  All registration information can be found through the UNM Registrar’s Web site at http://registrar.unm.edu.

Tuition and Fees

All tuition and fees must be paid in full prior to the payment deadline. You may pay with VISA/MasterCard via LoboWeb at http://my.unm.edu. There is a $100 delivery fee for online classes in addition to the tuition.



Online classes offer:

  • Flexibility for daily planning
  • Student’s choice of best time and place to learn
  • Frequent interaction with instructors and other students through online chats, email, and other learning activities
  • Learners access primary content and instruction using a variety of tools from Blackboard / Learn. Some courses have scheduled activities such as chats, face-to-face meetings, and/or proctored exams. Participation requirements vary from instructor to instructor. Check the online course details in the online course schedule for this information.
Policies

Online courses follow the regular semester-based UNM course schedule. All UNM admission and registration deadlines, policies, and procedures apply to students who participate in online courses. Online courses appear on your transcript in the same way as campus-based courses.

Procedures

Taking an online course is very different from the traditional classroom environment. To accurately anticipate the amount of time to devote to an online course, keep in mind that students are not attending a face-to-face class. A typical 3-credit hour online course may translate to approximately 6-9 hours per week on average for class work and homework.

Equipment Requirements

You will need access to a computer with broadband internet that can stream video and audio. Your course may also require hardware such as a headset with microphone. For course-specific requirements, check the course details by clicking the course title in the Online Class Schedule. Technical support is available for all courses! Call 505-277-0857 (Abq.) or 1-877-688-8817 (toll free), available M-F, 8-5, or email learn@unm.edu.

Learn more

Click Online Classes in the horizontal navigation above; or call toll-free at 1-866-869-6040, or email online@unm.edu.

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