Management is the art of organizing, supervising and strategically planning for effective organizational performance. Our course requirements give you a strong background in management skills while emphasizing creative thinking and problem solving.
You can earn either a B.A. or B.S. in management.
Foundation Courses (36 credits):
- BEN 110 Business and Society
- BUS 135 Introduction to International Business
- BUS 162 Management of Organizations
- BUS 168 Marketing
- BUS 205 Introduction to Business Law
- BUS 241 Business and Economic Statistics
- ACC 201 Accounting Principles I/Financial
- ACC 202 Accounting Principles II/Managerial
- ECN 250 Microeconomic Principles
- ECN 252 Macroeconomic Principles
- FIN 350 Corporate Finance
- BUS 460 Management Information Systems
- BUS 296 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
- BUS 384 Human Resource Management
- BUS 410 Environmental Management
- BUS 420 Production/Operations Management
- BUS 475 Business Strategy
- BUS 482 International Management
- LEV 390 Seminar on Leadership Theory
Support courses should be selected from English, Sociology, Mathematics, Psychology, Leadership, Ethics and Values and Communication.
Additional requirements for the B.S. degree:
- CSC 140 Fundamentals of Computational Problem Solving or higher level CSC course
- MTH 152 Calculus II
- One elective beyond MTH 152 or CSC 140
- One of: ACC 307 Cost Accounting, BUS 446 Operations Research, or ECN 445 Econometrics.
A minimum of 24 credit hours within the School of Business and Entrepreneurship, 12 of which must be in the management and marketing department.