About the Program
The Management Major offers the choice of a general degree in Management or the option of four concentrations (i.e., Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Legal Environment of Business, or Operations & Supply Chain Management) in which studies in management may be focused on a particular area of practice.
Students who earn the B.S. in Management will demonstrate comprehension and competence in the areas of:
- Employment Law
- Human Resources and Organizational Behavior
- Operations Management
- International Business
The College of Business B.S. programs, including Management, share a common set of four cross-disciplinary core competencies, knowledge, and skills.
Competency 1: Communication - Business students will be able to:
- 1.1 - Communicate effectively through writing.
- 1.2 - Communicate effectively through speaking.
Competency 2: Business Solutions - Business students will be able to analyze a business situation and recommend effective solutions utilizing:
- 2.1 - appropriate technological frameworks.
- 2.2 - appropriate ethical frameworks.
- 2.3 - appropriate global frameworks.
Competency 3: Technological Agility - Business students will be able to:
- 3.1 - understand the impact of current technology on the business environment.
Competency 4: Core Knowledge - Business students will demonstrate competence in required business topics, including accounting, computer information systems, data analytics, economics, ethics, finance, marketing, management, and business law.