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  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog

Management Major, B.S.


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Management involves the planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling of business functions and organizations. It is concerned with the optimum fit of the organization’s external and internal environments. As part of the firsthand experience, management students will participate in supervised employment, internships on and off campus, research experience, entrepreneurship, and/or study abroad experiences as part of their program of study. Students with a major in management will study such topics as human resources management, organizational behavior, efficient production and service-delivery methods, strategic planning and other elements of the management process. Students can take a variety of electives to customize their major whether focusing on general management, international management or small business management.

Requirements (60 - 61 hours):

Note:


No more than 50 percent of the courses used to satisfy the business core or major-specific classes can be transferred from another institution.

Use of information technology:


Specific software and information technology requirements will be listed in individual course syllabi and an opportunity will be provided during the first few weeks of a course to complete any computer-based training modules that were not completed earlier.

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