Management (Two Tracks), Bachelor of Business Administration

Program Requirements for Management Majors (63-64 Credits)

The Management degree prepares students for managerial and administrative careers in all types of organizations. In addition to the general management track, students may opt for a Management concentration track in either Hospitality Management or Health Services Administration.

The student majoring in Management is required to complete 63-64 credits in the School of Business and Global Innovation, including the Business core and the following required classes (9 credits):

BUS 370International Business Management

3

BUS 424Managerial Decision-Making

3

BUS 461The Leadership Process in the Global?Marketplace

3

Management Track

The broadest concentration track provides students with knowledge and skills in all areas of the managerial process, and the classes cover a variety of topics relevant to running a business and leading multiple types of organizations.

The following courses are required (18 credits):

BUS 306Electronic Commerce

3

BUS 323Money and Banking

3

BUS 380Ethical Leadership and Corporate Social?Responsibility

3

 

BUS 425Entrepreneurship and Small Business?Operations

3

Or

BUS 378

3

Or

BUS 379

3

 

BUS 432Accounting for Management

3

 

BUS 451Business Internship

3

Or

BUS Business Elective

3

Hospitality Management Track

The concentration in Hospitality Management prepares students to perform managerial-level jobs in service organizations that have lodging and/or food service components, including hotels, resorts, tourism, restaurants, recreation industries, school districts, and hospitals.