The Management major promotes the conceptual awareness and practical abilities needed to supervise personnel and help organizations run efficiently, effectively, and ethically. Students learn how to plan, budget, coordinate, and influence within an organizational setting. They develop ways to analyze systems; interpret data; set priorities; administer human resources; improve customer service; adapt to internal and external changes; and understand how a manager's personal responsibility, integrity, and empathy can help motivate a diverse workforce. Communication, problem-solving and decision-making are key skills that help students formulate strategic approaches to operational execution. Graduates are prepared for a wide range of leadership careers in business, government, and all types of organizations.
All above classes may be substituted for an equivalent.
Required Major Courses
Seminar in Applied Management: CAPSTONE COURSE