Management Major and Minor

Management Major and Minor

Management (B.S.B.A)

The curriculum and the instructional strategies of the programs are designed to prepare executives and leaders of modern organizations. Almost 600 students in the major program receive quality education, knowledge and skills in the areas of business strategies and decisions, organizational behavior and processes, human resource management, teamwork, manufacturing, service, global and small business operations.

The instructional process of the department incorporates the components of critical and conceptual thinking, problem solving, analysis, integration and synthesis. Customized student advising and the abundant opportunity for internships as well as study abroad under various student-exchange programs with European universities enhance and enrich the educational experience of the management majors.

Supply Chain Management (B.S.B.A)

The Supply Chain Management major is an interdisciplinary business curriculum whose core and elective courses respond, by their design and delivery, to today’s competitive pressures, global environments, sophisticated customers, fast-changing markets, technological innovations, and sustainability challenges. The program prepares students for high-growth occupations, emphasizes collaboration, and integrates professional standards. This program cultivates relationships with senior management of regional, national, and international businesses to offer students experiential opportunities that enhance learning and help students become “work ready” upon graduation. Dedicated faculty having both academic and professional qualifications collaborate to ensure a fully integrated, technology rich, dynamic curriculum delivered using best teaching practices.

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Minor in Management

Students majoring in disciplines other than management both within and outside the College of Business are provided a broad exposure to management principles and techniques. The minor is designed to prepare students with knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in management/supervisory roles in their major disciplines and/or occupation in a variety of business endeavors.

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