The goal of the Management major is to prepare students for managerial careers in a wide range of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. The major emphasizes the human dimensions of management and teaches students how to apply theoretical concepts to the solution of real world problems. In addition to completing the required management courses, students may focus on specific areas of interest through their choice of management electives.
Coordinator: David Anstett, M.B.A.
Required courses: ACC 2210 Principles of Financial Accounting, ACC 2220 Principles of Managerial Accounting; CIS 3205 Information Systems; ECN 2230 Principles of Microeconomics, ECN 2280 Principles of Macroeconomic; ENG 3364 (or MGT 3150) Mgt Communication: Written; MGT 2120 Principles of Management, MGT 3130 Quantitative Methods, MGT 3240 Human Resource Management, MGT 4170 Policies and Strategies, FIN 3420 Financial Management; MKT 2320 Principles of Marketing; PHL 3354 Management Ethics; plus an additional 16 credits of upper-division elective credits, which must include a minimum of eight Management (MGT) credits and which may include up to eight upper-division credits from the discipline of Marketing.
Although a management internship may be designed to earn more than four credits, the internship will count as only one elective course.
The student completing the Management major will be able to:
1. Demonstrate the ability to use accounting, finance, human resources, information technology, and marketing knowledge to support managerial decision-making.
2. Demonstrate problem-solving skills, by using critical thinking and quantitative methods, in creating and implementing strategic and operational plans appropriate for a business or nonprofit organization.
3. Apply required skills in developing effective group and team dynamics associated with leading, motivating and inspiring teammates to successfully complete a major project.
4. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills appropriate for a manager.
5. Understand how global issues and diversity will affect future work.
6. Apply ethical behaviors in addressing challenges encountered as managers.
The minor in Management requires at least 20 credits of Management courses and must include: MGT 2120 Principles of Management, MGT 3240 Human Resource Management, MGT 3130 Quantitative Methods; MKT 2320 Principles of Marketing; and MGT 3520 Managing in a Global Environment or MGT 3380 Logistics & Distribution Channels or CIS 3107 Database Modeling or CIS 3205 Information Systems or ECN 4445 International Economics or FIN 4460 Multinational Business Finance, for a total of twenty credits.
This concentration requires 15 credits from the following courses in the School of Health Sciences: HSC 2203 U.S. Healthcare System (4 credits); HIM 2110 Concepts and principles of Health Information Management (2 credits); HIM 2111 Health Information Management Technologies in Practice (2 credits); HIM 3132 Medicolegal Issues (4 credits); HIM 4222 Clinical Data Management (3 credits).