I have their catalog in front of me----their degree is a B.B.A. in Aviation Management. It prepares students for "the management and operation of airlines and other activities within the aviation industry." It continues: "By graduation, you will have earned a MINIMUM of a commercial pilot certificate with instrument and multi-engine ratings." This program is run in accord with their school of Business and "the workload rivals that of a double major."
If you've got the time for the flight team, you'll have enough training to do it.