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Operations Manager | Supervisory Manager | Business Owner | Human Resource Manager | Production Scheduler | Inventory Control Manager | Purchasing Manager | Manufacturing Manager | Quality Control Manager | Purchasing Manager | Planning Specialist | Labor Relations Manager | Training Manager | Compensation Manager
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Management is designed to prepare you for a career with the knowledge and skills needed to become a manager who is effective and efficient. You will have an opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills as best suited for yoursel through the choice of electives within the major. you will better understand business and management areas including: human resources, operations, entrepreneurship, quality control, data analysis, and strategy. Your study will include topics such as training and development, business plan development, labor relations, current issues in human resources management, creativity and innovation, group and team dynamics, international culture, quality control, strategic planning, motivation, decision making ,service operations, product design, compensation, family business, and more.
Students are provided two learning options for earning a BSBA degree with a major in Management. The first option is to take classes on the UT Martin campus. The second option is to take classes in the online virtual classroom. Regardless of which option is chosen, the degree received will consistently be the same degree. Classes in the virtual classroom are taught by the same faculty as in the campus classroom. Of course, if a student so chooses, both options may be used to complete the degree requirements.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the global aspects of business, the ethical aspects of business, effective critical thinking skills, effective verbal and written communication skills, the business core, and competence in management.
|Course Requirements for Major||Hours|
|Management 320 Data Analysis for Managerial Decision Making||3|
|Management 350 Human Resource Management||3|
|Management 461 International Management||3|
|Upper-division Management Electives||15|
|Upper-division Business Electives||6|
|Sport Management 290 Introduction to Sport Management and Administration||3|
|Sport Management 310 Contemporary Issues in Sport Management||3|
|Sport Management 311 Sport Ethics||3|
|Sport Management 413 Facilities Planning||3|
|Sport Management 480 Internship in Sport Management** or
Sport Management 481 Sport Management Practicum
|Marketing 372 Sports Marketing I||1|
|Marketing 373 Sports Marketing II.||1|
Note(s): Sport Business students must take Business Law 301 as part of the common business core
**For the Sport Business student, the 10 credit hour internship is in a setting such as sport sales, sport administration, sport organizations, public recreation or professional athletic programs. Application must be made one semester in advance of the internship placement. All internships require 450 hours of work experience. No other course work may be taken during the internship without faculty supervisor approval, and should not exceed four hours. Student may or may not receive compensation as a result of this experience.