The Major in Management is designed to provide students with knowledge of the basic principles and analytical tools of business and an understanding of the social, economic, and political environments in which organizations operate. This approach makes it possible for the student to consider a range of career fields in the for-profit, not-for-profit, and public sectors. The major also provides the student a foundation for future graduate study.
Students successfully completing the program of study will have achieved:
The Major in Management consists of a minimum of 49 hours in business and related fields. Required courses include:
BUS 201: Principles of Management (3 hrs.)
BUS 215: Principles of Accounting (3 hrs.)
BUS 305: Organizational Behavior (3 hrs.)
BUS 329: International Business (3 hrs.)
BUS 333: Human Resource Management (3 hrs.)
BUS 341: Business Law (3 hrs.)
BUS 342: Marketing 3 hrs.)
BUS 344: Principles of Finance (3 hrs.)
BUS 351-352: Senior Study (6 hrs.)
BUS 401: Strategic Management (3 hrs.)
ECN 201: Principles of Economics (4 hrs.)
PLS 232: Public Policy (3 hrs.)
SOC 101: Introductory Sociology (3 hrs.)
One course in economics at the 300-level.
One course from the following:
MTH 125: Calculus I (4 hrs.)
MTH 221: Inferential Statistics (3 hrs.)
MTH 222: Regression Analysis (3 hrs.)
A double major is not permitted in any combination of two of the following majors: Finance/Accounting, Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, and Management.
Each student must satisfy the core requirements and requirements for individual programs of study.