BS in Business Administration: Automotive Dealership Management
Residential Automotive Dealership Management Program
Prepare to succeed in any aspect of the automotive industry — from sales to owning a dealership. With the B.S. in Business Administration: Automotive Dealership Management degree, you’ll develop skills in management, dealership operations, and relationship building. You will also gain an understanding of the legal aspects that affect the industry. Courses are developed and taught in partnership with the Hendrick Automotive Group, one of the largest mega-dealers in the United States.
The Business Administration: Automotive Dealership Management (B.S.) degree is also available online.
In addition to the required core classes on the degree completion plan (see below), each student is required to complete various concentration classes that specialize in automotive dealership management.
Academics: Automotive Dealership Management Cognate
120 credit hours
Program of Study (DCP)
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- Dynamics of the American Automotive Dealership Industry
- Marketing & Sales
- Fixed Operations
- Variable Operations
- Strategic Leadership Skills for Franchise Owners
Career Opportunities in Automotive Dealership Management
- Dealership Owner
- Logistics and Operations