The management major prepares students for management and specialist careers in a variety of enterprises and organizations. Through this focused area of study, students develop the skills and concepts needed to become effective leaders, ethical decision makers, and creative innovators. The management curriculum provides both depth and flexibility in its offerings so that students can maximize their educational experience.
Students are required to complete six months of cooperative education. Co-op allows students to practice and expand their management skills in real-world settings. These paid, full-time positions gives students a chance to gain valuable job-related experience while completing their degree.
Management, BS degree, typical course sequence (semesters), effective fall 2013
|Course||Sem. Cr. Hrs.|
|MGMT-101||Business 1: Ideas and Business Planning||3|
|ECON-101||LAS Perspective 4: Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|STAT-145||LAS Perspective 7A: Introduction to Statistics I||3|
|MGIS-102||Business 2: Technology-Enabled Launch||2|
|ENGL-150||LAS Foundation 2: Writing Seminar||3|
|ECON-201||LAS Perspective 3: Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|STAT-146||LAS Perspective 7B: Introduction to Statistics II||4|
|LAS Foundation 1: First-Year Seminar||0|
|MKTG-230||Principles of Marketing||3|
|MGMT-295||Sophomore Integrated Experience||1|
|LAS Perspective 1, 2||6|
|MGMT-340||Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility||3|
|MGMT-310||Leadership in Organizations||3|
|LAS Immersion 1, 2||6|
|LAS Perspective 5, 6||6|
|LAS Immersion 3||3|
|MGMT-560||Strategy and Innovation||3|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||123|
Please see New General Education Curriculum–Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) for more information.
(WI) Refers to a writing intensive course within the major.
* Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information.
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Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only
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The management program prepares students for management and specialist careers in a variety of enterprises and organizations. Through this focused area of study, students develop the skills and concepts needed to become effective leaders, ethical decision makers, and creative innovators. The management curriculum provides both depth and flexibility in its offerings so that students can maximize their educational experience.
Management, BS degree, typical course sequence (quarters)
|Course||Qtr. Cr. Hrs.|
|0102-260||Business 1: Ideas and Creativity||4|
|0102-265||Business 2: Business Plan Development||2|
|0112-270||Business Software Applications||2|
|0112-285||Business 3: Commercialization||2|
|0511-211||Principles of Microeconomics||4|
|0511-402||Principles of Macroeconomics||4|
|0535-352||Professional Communication for Business||4|
|1016-226||Calculus for Management Science||4|
|1016-319, 320||Data Analysis I, II||10|
|0101-301, 302||Financial and Management Accounting||8|
|0102-305||Careers in Business||1|
|0113-310||Global Business: An Introduction||4|
|0105-363||Principles of Marketing||4|
|0102-455||Human Resource Management||4|
|0102-460||Leadership in Organizations||4|
|0102-530||Managing Innovation and Technology||4|
|0102-507||Business, Government, and Society||4|
|0106-401||Operations and Supply Chain Management||4|
|Total Quarter Credit Hours||183|
* Please see Liberal Arts General Education Requirements for more information.
† Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information.
‡ Two quarters of cooperative education are required and must be completed within the third and fourth years.