Management

Description

Management is a major that focuses on the crucial processes by which the resources of an organization are systematically directed toward the achievement of its mission. Management majors gain the flexibility to apply their skills in a variety of settings. Some graduates work in international management. Others go to work in small business environments while others begin their professional careers as management trainees in large organizations.

Interests and Skills

Management majors are typically interested in introductory management training programs such as learning how to start a business, understanding the workings of health care organizations, and gaining insight into how human resources work in organizations.

Degree Options

In addition to the management major, students can obtain specializations in the following areas: entrepreneurship, global business, health care management, human resource strategy and management communications. Students can also obtain a Master of Arts degree in Management and an on-line Master of Arts degree in Global Business Management, as well as a Ph.D. degree in Management.

Career Opportunities

The types of jobs available to our graduates include entry level positions, supervisory jobs, foremen, team leaders, and middle and upper management. Those with a master’s degree obtain careers in human resources, international management, and start their own business. Ph.D. degrees usually take on academic positions such as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor.

Types of Jobs Accepted

Management trainees, business owner, assistant administrator, assistant manager, customer service rep, patient flow specialist and recruiter

Jobs of Experienced Alumni

Experienced Alums currently hold the following types of positions: Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, owner of own business, Vice President of People, Director of Human Resource Management and Health Care Administrator, to name a few. At the doctoral level, alums obtain professorial positions.

Accreditation

AACSB

Management (MGT)

Semester 1 Semester 2
EN 101 EN 102
CS 102 MATH 121
FINE ARTS COURSE EC 111
EC 110 HU, L, or FA
MATH 112 NATURAL SCI COURSE
GBA 145  
Semester 3 Semester 4
ST 260 ELECTIVE COURSE
ELECTIVE COURSE AC 210
NATURAL SCI COURSE HISTORY OR SB COURSE
LITERATURE CORE COURSE NATURAL SCI COURSE
LGS 200 ELECTIVE COURSE
Semester 5 Semester 6
MGT 300 MGT 301
OM 300 MGT 320
IBA 350 GBA 300
MKT 300 ELECTIVE COURSE
CORE C COURSE ELECTIVE COURSE
Semester 7 Semester 8
FI 302 GBA 490
MGT 341 MGT 386
MKT 410 ELECTIVE COURSES
ELECTIVE COURSE ELECTIVE COURSES
ELECTIVE COURSE ELECTIVE COURSES

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