Management majors participate in a variety of educational experiences that develop knowledge of people, teams, and organizations. This knowledge will enable them to be effective members and eventual leaders in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations of all sizes. Majors learn what to pay attention to, how to analyze situations and how to make decisions to achieve the best results. These experiences enhance emotional intelligence, interpersonal and leadership skills.

Junior and Senior Years

  • Leadership in the 21st Century
  • Project Management
  • Managing in a Global Environment

InternshipOne elective from a functional business area:

  • Financial Reporting Theory I
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Cost Management
  • Personal Financial and Tax Planning
  • Federal Income Tax Concepts
  • Principles of Entrepreneurship
  • Investment Analysis
  • Portfolio Management
  • Real Estate Finance
  • International Finance
  • Any Insurance course
  • Human Resource Management

Two elective courses (six credits) should also be selected in consultation with an advisor from the list below.

  • Principles of Entrepreneurship
  • Small Business Practicum
  • Group Dynamics & Interpersonal Relations
  • Socially Responsible Enterprises
  • Developing Management Skills
  • Ethics of Management
  • Work Force Diversity
  • Introduction to Negotiations
  • Socially Responsible Enterprises
  • Small Business Practicum
  • Marketing Communications
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Retail Management
  • Personal Selling & Sales Management

*A specific topic is chosen for this course, such as Knowledge Management or E-Commerce

Management majors may also take one of the following marketing or communication courses as a major elective with advisor approval (if CMM prerequisites are met).

  • Persuasion
  • Small Group Communication
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Ethnic and Intercultural Communication
  • Conflict and Communication
  • Organizational Communication
  • Marketing Communications
  • Retail Marketing
  • Personal Selling & Sales Management
  • Consumer Behavior
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