Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Management


In the management major, students develop their ability to work with others effectively in professional settings and become skilled in using technology and information resources to make organizationally sound, socially responsible decisions at work. Management students gain an understanding of the functions that make organizations run effectively (accounting, finance, marketing), as well as the composition (structure and culture), human resource management systems, and leader behavior influence the effectiveness of individuals, groups, and systems at work. Students broaden their awareness of the economic, social, and political issues that impact management decision making.

The management major is only offered for students in the Online and Military Base Undergraduate program.

Pre-major requirements:

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CREDITS

BU 200

Introduction to Business

3

BU 224

Applied Business Statistics

3

AC 201

Principles of Accounting I

3

AC 202

Principles of Accounting II

3

EC 201

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

EC 202

Principles of Microeconomics

3

CIS 103

Computers and Application Software

3

Note: EC 201 will satisfy the Social Science general education requirement MA 103 is a required prerequisite for AC 201 and EC 202

Major requirements:

Course number

course name

credits

MGT 301

Organizational Behavior

3

MGT 305

Management of Information Resources

3

MGT 311

Organizational Design

3

MGT 312

Organizational Leadership

3

MGT 306

Management of Human Resources

3

BU 308

Professional Writing and Presentation

3

BU 362

Legal and Ethical Issues in Business

3

MGT 420

Team Building & Process Management

3

MGT 421

Negotiation & Conflict Resolution

3

MGT 422

Professional Development

3

MGT 425

Strategic Project Management

3