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 >>

Management Concentration Requirements (15 credits)

 BMGT 4547
 Developing Management Skills
 3
 BMGT xxxx
 Management electives
12

 

The department offers two tracks in which students can complete their Management elective courses: a Human Capital Management track and an Executive Management track. These tracks are designed for students who wish to specialize their management studies.

The department recommends that students who are interested in Human Capital Management choose their elective courses from the following set:

 BMGT 3511
 Human Resource Management
 3
 BMGT 4525
 Compensation Management
 3
 BMGT 4526
 Managing Diversity
 3
 BMGT 4548
 Managing Knowledge Organizations
 3

 

The department recommends that students who are interested in Executive Management choose their elective courses from the following set:

 BMGT 4523
 Principles of Supervision and Executive Control
 3
 BMGT 4529
 Organization Theory and Practice
 3
 BMGT 4545
 Leadership Seminar
 3
 BMGT 4562
 Negotiation  3



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