The Department of Management
The Business Management Department provides studies in broad-based management education, allowing flexibility in varied management level careers sought by private and public employers. The objective is to develop the student's understanding of management as both an art and a science, together with managerial skills essential for positions of leadership and responsibility in today's dynamic environment. The management major promotes a generalist interdisciplinary approach that prepares students to work in any business organization. It also allows students, in collaboration with their academic advisor to personalize their plan of study through specialization in a minor or a variety of business and non-business related electives.
Students may take an emphasis in Human Resources Management. With workforce management becoming an increasingly prominent field throughout industries and work places worldwide, the Human Resources Management emphasis strengthens the business management major. Students are prepared in management of employees at all organizational levels. Emphasis is on staffing, training and development, labor relations, compensation and benefits, legal aspects of human resources management and selection and recruitment. This is a highly recruited area for undergraduate students. The faculty advises students on the selection of courses for areas of concentration and monitors their academic progress.
Management Minor Requirements:
A minor in business management is earned upon the successful completion of 18 hours in the management discipline as follows. Non-business majors may elect to take a minor in business management to include: MGT 301, 400, 402, plus any three courses selected from the following courses: MGT 300, 305, 306, 312, 321, 330; HRM 418, 417. Business majors may not use MGT 301, 400 or 402 as part of the Minor in Management.
Management Major Requirements:
Business Management majors must take MGT 300, 312, 321, 402, 499 for a total of 15 semester hours beyond the Business Core Requirements as reflected in the Curriculum Outline below.
Management Major with Management Information Systems (MIS) Emphasis:
Business Management majors with an emphasis in Information Systems must take CSC 200/MIS 209; CSC 316/MIS 302; CSC 323/MIS 401; CSC 325/MIS 403; MIS 309/CIS 320 & MIS 406/CIS 410 for 18 semester hours as reflected in the Curriculum Outline below.