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With a Management Degree, you will learn how to think critically, examine business processes to understand where value is created within organizations, create and deliver sustainable business solutions and programs, explore the value of diverse views, and act ethically as a global citizen as well as a respected business person.
The Management faculty and staff are dedicated to helping our students and our business partners grow and prosper both in and out of the classroom.
The entrepreneurship major is designed to provide students with 21st century skills, including creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration, within real-world settings. Students will learn to identify opportunities, solve targeted customers' problems, build business strategies, test and validate assumptions, locate funding, execute their plan(s), and launch a new venture.
To lead others in a world of constant change and intense competition, you need a management major. It provides the balance of technical and interpersonal skills required of an effective manager.
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Business, nonprofit, government, and union organizations all need specialists who are trained to respond to employee concerns, administer labor and employment laws, and design policies dealing with diversity and equal opportunity, recruiting and selection, training, performance appraisal, compensation, benefits, discipline, and labor negotiations.
The international business (IB) major prepares students for the challenges of doing business in a complex and exciting global economy. Students learn to analyze problems unique to international business, and develop technically and culturally appropriate solutions to them.
MANAGEMENT (MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS EMPHASIS)
Specialized skills in the area of Enterprise Resource Planning equip students with a strong technical background, but emphasizes the business knowledge and analytical skills necessary in today's business environment.
Operations management involves the application of managerial, analytical, and technical skills to effective problem solving pertaining to transformation of resources across the entire supply chain.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
The field of supply chain management (SCM) involves the acquisition of components and finished goods from original sources, production scheduling and manufacturing, and the logistics functions necessary to flow components inbound to manufacturing and finished goods outbound to wholesalers, retailers, and/or directly to end users.