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2013-2014 Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management Major, B.A./B.S.


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55 hours (31 hours of Business Core + 24 hours of management and business coursework)

The management major is designed to prepare students for careers as managers in for-profit or not-for-profit organizations, private sector, or public sector. Managers set the goals of their organizations and decide how best to achieve them. They direct activities and allocate financial, physical, and information resources. They lead members of the organization to work together, and they monitor progress toward achieving the organization’s goals. The management major provides broad coverage of the technical, interpersonal, conceptual, and analytical skills necessary to specialize in a particular concentration such as human resource management or change/innovation management.

Romain College of Business Degree Requirements


Students seeking a bachelor's degree with a major from the Romain College of Business must satisfy all business degree requirements and University Core Curriculum requirements  listed in the Romain College of Business section of the bulletin.

Business Core for All Business Majors (31 hours)


The following required core courses provide breadth in a college education for business and a foundation for specialization in a major:

Note(s):


(1) Required of marketing majors

(2) Required of accounting and professional services, business administration, business education, computer information systems, finance, and management majors

Business Major Requirements (21-33 hours)


Specific upper-division course requirements for the various business majors are listed under each program. These upper-level major course requirements should be completed during the junior and senior years.

Management Major


Area of Interest (Choose one 9 hour area)


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