Undergraduate Catalog 2018-19 
    
    Nov 15, 2018  
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-19

Management (BS.MGT)


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The Business Department strives to provide an atmosphere that is conducive to intellectual growth and ethical behavior. The courses are designed to provide a foundation of general business knowledge on which individual programs within the department can build. Internships are available for qualified students.

Students majoring in Management will demonstrate the ability to analyze a company's situation, identify key issues, synthesize the data, and make recommendations for implementing viable solutions. Graduates from this major will be prepared and eligible to work in broad array of career paths such as operations management, human resource management, hospitality, event planning, retail management, supply chain management, etc. Further, students completing a Bachelor of Science in Management will be able to understand the importance of professional behavior, possess a strong work ethic, and be prepared to pursue lifelong learning including graduate studies and beyond.

Students are encouraged to use their selection of Frames of Reference courses and other free elective courses to broaden their experiences and exposure to other ways of thinking and to other disciplines. Free elective coursework can be from any discipline and can be, but need not be, used to fulfill requirements for a minor, specialization, etc.

Students completing a Bachelor of Science in Management will be proficient in:

  • Defining, analyzing, and solving problems in both an individual and group environment.
  • Recognizing and using effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Using computers and other technologies generally used in an entry-level business environment.
  • Demonstrating professional knowledge and competency in management theory, behavioral theory, and quantitative theory.

And take 9 credits of electives


Students may use any ACC, BUS, or CIS prefixed course at the 2000-level or higher to satisfy the 9 credits of electives.  Up to 6 credits of ACC, BUS, or CIS internships may be used to fulfill concentration electives.

(Credits required for the major: 64 cr)


And complete the university's Gen Ed requirements


Review  the Gen Ed requirements

Additional Area of Focus


A student may add an additional major. For example, a major in Management may also choose to add a major in Marketing. In order to do this, the student must complete all required courses for both majors, and two Business electives with an ACC, BUS, or CIS suffix.

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