The Management program graduates students who view the problems of enterprise management from a broad perspective and who are sensitive to the impact that management decisions have throughout an organization. The program integrates courses from all critical functional areas. Graduates pursue careers in a vast array of business organizations, large and small, including their own entrepreneurial ventures.
In addition to satisfying the University Core Curriculum requirements, management majors must complete the following courses:
Business Core requirements (14 courses):
|ACCTG||201||Accounting I: Financial|
|ACCTG||202||Accounting II: Managerial|
|BUSN||305||Legal Environment of Business I|
|CIS||102||Computer Applications in Business|
|CIS||105||Spreadsheets, Database and Project Management|
|ECON||101||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|ECON||102||Principles of Microeconomics|
** This requirement may also be fulfilled by BUSN 210 – Business Statistics. Students who complete a concentration in Psychology may substitute PSYCH 240 Quantitative Analysis for the MATH 124 requirement.
International Dimension Course:
In order to insure that School of Business graduates have taken coursework focusing on the global business environment, all business majors are required to take at least one of the following courses:
|ECON||330||Economics of Developing Countries|
|IB||301||International Business: European Union|
|MGMT||355||International Organizational Behavior|
This requirement is waived for students who have had a study-abroad experience for which the student earned 3 or more college-level credit hours.
|MGMT||310||Human Resource Management|
Management Electives: three courses (any Management (MGMT) courses, exclusive of Business Core requirements)
Business Electives: two courses ( any ACCTG, BUSN, FNCE, IB, MGMT or MRKT course, exclusive of Business Core requirements)
Management majors will also complete a sufficient number of electives to bring the total number of credit hours to at least 120. Students are encouraged to apply electives toward a minor or a second major.