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The management curriculum is designed to prepare graduates to assume entry level management positions and progress in the management profession. The general management concentration is designed for those students who desire a broad introduction to the field of management.
General Management Concentration
Management is designed for those who want a broad background
in business administration and management. Graduates
are prepared for operating in diverse business environments,
including government, retail, manufacturing, and service
is one of the few remaining opportunities for personal
wealth and career fulfillment available in business
today. These opportunities come from starting
a business, being part of an emerging business or by
participating in an entrepreneurial venture in a mature
organization. The concentration in entrepreneurship
prepares graduates to recognize and take advantage of
B.A. or B.S. Entrepreneurship Minor Curriculum. (18 hours).
Human Resource Management Concentration
Human Resource Management includes the management of activities undertaken to recruit, enhance, motivate, and maintain a high-performance work force within an organization. The activities include: recruitment, selection, compensation and benefits, job analysis, organizational development, adherence to employment laws, and labor-management relations.
Operations Management Concentration
Operations Management prepares students for the activities involved in producing an organization's goods and services. The area emphasizes cross-functional integrated approaches to designing, developing, and producing high quality goods or services, on time, to meet customer expectations.