Stillman School of Business

Curriculum

Managers make a difference in determining organizational outcomes through planning, organizing, leading, and controlling human and material resources. The concentration in management is designed to present to students the theories and practices of management and to encourage flexible learning, practice in managerial skills and ethical business dealings. Management concentration students should pursue a co-op or intern placement as part of their preparation. These credits will count as general electives. View the B.S. in Business Administration Requirements »

Three Required Courses

 BMGT 3511
 Human Resource Management
 3
 BMGT 3515
 Operations for Competitive Advantages
 3
BMGT 4545
 Leadership Seminar
 3

One of the Following Two Courses

 BMGT 4640
 Entrepreneurship
 3
 BMGT 4565
 Innovation in Entrepreneurship
 3

Management Electives (One Elective)

 BMGT 3000-4999
  Management Elective
 3

Total 15 credits

Connect with Us
Facebook  Twitter  Flickr

Sign In to PirateNet