The Management major is designed for those who wish to learn how to plan and organize the collection of activities, organizational infrastructure, capital and human resources involved in business processes, as well as how to staff, lead and control these processes to achieve an organizational goal.
The College of Business and Management has a set of well-established Program Learning Goals and Learning Objectives across all programs that are assessed on a periodic basis. The College of Business and Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and is among the top five percent of the worldwide business schools offering degree programs. See the Dean’s Welcome for four compelling features to study in the College of Business and Management.
The curriculum for the Management major is designed to expose students to modern concepts, theory, and tools, as well as their application/connection to practices.
Successful completion of the Management major will enable you to approach a management situation from a problem-solving perspective: abstract key issues to be addressed in the situation, identify relevant management knowledge and options suitable for the situation, critically analyze these options, and make a clear written and oral recommendation.
The knowledge and skills developed in the Management major can be applied in many areas; therefore, students majoring in Management may find jobs in a wide variety of industries and organizations. A sample of the jobs after graduation includes:
- Human Resource Management Specialists
- Production and Inventory Control Specialists
- Operations, Logistics, and Supply Chain Managers
- Quality Assurance Analysts
- Purchasing and Sales Managers
- Retail Store, Restaurant, Hotel, Property, and Facilities Managers
- Management Consultants
- Training Specialists and Corporate Trainers
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|Business and Management Core Courses||36|
|MNGT-371 Organizational Behavior||3|
|MNGT-372 Organization Theory And Design||3|
|MNGT-381 International Business And Management||3|
|MNGT-393 Strategic Management||3|
|Select four of the following:||12|
|MNGT-354 Logistics Management|
|MNGT-373 Human Resource Management|
|MNGT-375 Management And Organization Communications|
|MNGT-376 Small Business Management|
|MNGT-378 Managing Diversity In Organizations|
|MNGT-392 Business, Technology, And Society|
|MNGT-399 Management Of Change|
|MKTG-353 Marketing Research*|
|MKTG-354 Personal Selling*|
|MKTG-357 Sales Managemen*|
|MKTG-360 Marketing Channels*|
*Up to two non-Management courses, can be applied as electives towards the Major in Management for the Bachelor of Science Degree.
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Last updated October 17, 2018