Equipping Students With the Tools to Lead
A management concentration prepares you to work with people in a variety of contexts. While other business disciplines focus on tasks for business, management focuses on how to motivate others to accomplish these tasks efficiently and effectively with high quality results. You will learn how to manage projects, work with teams, implement changes, and be an effective leader.
In organizations today, managers provide the leadership, guidance, and motivation to achieve success. Coursework in Management enables you to develop the analytical skills necessary for effective decision-making and business policy development. In this program, you will develop your leadership abilities through a deeper understanding of social, cultural, economic, and regulatory environments as they pertain to business management.
The tools used by managers include:
- Strategic decision-making
- Project management
- Organizational change management
Coursework is offered in these areas and will prepare you for a successful career in management.
A graduate with a concentration in management may work in a variety of positions. Here are just some of the opportunities:
- Management Consulting
- Retail Management
- Project Management
- Human Resource Management
- Financial Management
This is not an exhaustive list but gives an idea of just some of the opportunities for someone with a management education.
By meeting with your faculty advisor and creating a plan of study this will allow you to finish your degree in a more timely manner. For help with planning your courses, please see your faculty advisor.
The EIGHT foundation courses need to be completed and the college gpa guidelines need to be met to become a full major.
For a complete list of classes within the management concentration, download the PLANNING SHEET-MGMT
Management Concentration degree planner