Bluffton Cohort-Based Organizational Management Program (BCOMP)
Students can select blended or in-class delivery
- BLENDED — Students meet for three Saturday seminars per semester; weekly, three-hour, synchronous online sessions; weekly, asynchronous community forum. Blended programs begin in January.
- IN CLASS — Students meet weekly from 6–10 p.m. at a convenient campus location. In-class programs begin in August.
Bluffton University's Cohort-based Organizational Management Program (BCOMP) is an accelerated degree completion program that creates a dynamic, learning community of working adults. Students who complete the program demonstrate a commitment to personal development and professional advancement and prove their readiness to take on new levels of responsibility in the workplace.
A major in organizational management will prepare students to work effectively with people, further develop their abilities in critical thinking, decision-making and problem solving; and increases their understanding of business ethicsStudents will enhance their written and oral communication skills, as well as increase their self confidence in the workplace and in other areas of involvement
Words from our alumni
I am so thankful that I made this journey. I have learned so much more beyond classroom and textbooks. I feel like I am a better person and I am more caring and involved with my surroundings and my community. I know that I would not have had such a fulfilling educational experience anywhere other than Bluffton.
Before this journey I did not understand the importance of a bachelor's degree. I remember saying (in frustration) more than once, "It is only a piece of paper!" I was so very WRONG! I have learned so much about the value of a good education and how important it is in every aspect of my life not just for job advancement but in my personal life as well! Naomi Baker
When Cindy Langenkamp wanted a bachelor's degree so she could become a nursing home administrator, but also had to keep working full time, she chose Bluffton's Cohort-based Organizational Management Program (BCOMP). Several years later, as an administrator who felt she needed both to learn more about business and "to continue to grow," she returned to Bluffton for her master of business administration (MBA) degree program. And six years ago, the Celina, Ohio, resident turned some of her energies to serving with Legacy of Healing, a medical mission initiative that has taken her to Africa, South and Central America, and the Caribbean. >>>more
For more detailed information, contact:
Office of Adult and Graduate Studies
800-488-3257, option 4