Jul 18, 2024  
Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023 
Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management, B.S.

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The Management major prepares students for entry into professional business careers and graduate studies with the requisite knowledge and skill sets needed to succeed in a highly competitive global economy. The program concentrates on management fundamentals that can be applied in all types of organizations, public and private, profit and not-for-profit. Historical and current management theory is the foundation upon which critical thinking and problem solving approaches are layered and then solidified with high demand skill and tool sets.

In general, 300 - level courses in the Business Administration Professional Core or Electives Groups are taken after students have completed the freshman and sophomore years (4 full semesters).

However, students who have completed 45 semester hours and who have a cumulative grade-point average of 2.75 or above are eligible to take 300 - level business core courses during the second semester of the sophomore year.

A student can complete no more than two internships in business administration, each carrying no more than three semester hours of credit.

General Education Requirements (39-42 sem. hrs)

For a complete list of general education courses click here ​. For additional information on general education requirements click here .

Ethics Course Requirement (3 sem. hrs)

Management Major (24 sem. hrs)

Students who elect to earn a major in Management must complete 15 hours of required courses and nine hours of elective courses from the list below.

Electives (9-12 sem. hrs)

Total: 120 (sem. hrs)

The total reflects the minimum number of hours to obtain a bachelor’s degree. Some courses listed above may fulfill more than one requirement block. Please speak to your academic advisor to plan your specific degree path.


MGMT 479 - Strategic Management 3 hours with a C or higher satisfies the culminating experience for the business core and the capstone for the Management major.  

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