Management Major (BA) and Management – General Minor
The management major offers 2 emphases:
- General: Management study is recommended for students who wish to develop the knowledge and skill to influence others and develop business processes to influence organizational productivity. The principles of management can be effectively applied in a broad range of group, organizational, and social settings. Students of management are trained to be decision makers, problem solvers, project managers, and leaders.
- Human Resource: The human resource emphasis provides students with broad knowledge about business and management, as well as in-depth knowledge about human resource management. The program prepares students to enter a variety of human resource management-related fields — recruiting and selection, training and development, change management; compensation and benefits, performance management, and employee relations.
Management as a field of study can be applied in a broad range of setting, such as:
- Business management
- Management of personal resources
- Health care organizations
Lee Schimmoeller, DBA
Professor of Business Administration
Chair of the Management Department