The Management concentration prepares students for graduate school, consulting work, human resource management, sales, retail management, small business ownership, production, and operations. The concentration offers the managers of tomorrow the theoretical underpinning and hands-on experience that will allow them to realize their abilities, draw on their strengths, and exercise their inherent skills. Management majors begin their studies with coursework in the fundamentals of the discipline, such as economics and accounting, and progress to more advanced and technical coursework. Students explore management principles (sound practices, ethical considerations, and organizational structure), marketing (manufacturing, retail, and wholesale), and organizational theory (managing groups and individuals, international considerations, and improving job satisfaction and productivity).
Career Opportunities for Management
- Human Resource Manager
- Non-profit Manager
- Public Relations Director
- General Manager
- Marketing and Sales Manager
- Operations Manager
The Management concentration is offered through the Business Administration major.