This site is accessible using any internet enabled device but will look best in a modern graphical browser that supports web standards.

Jump To: Content | Navigation


Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

The purpose of the bachelor of business administration degree in management is to provide students with an understanding of the challenges, concerns, and responsibilities that they will experience in the business world. This is accomplished through (1) academic course offerings which cover the functional areas of business and (2) a specialized management core which provides in-depth study in human resources, entrepreneurship, international issues, and decision making.

  • Graduates should have an intimate knowledge of, and practical skills in, modern techniques of management practice that can be implemented in organizations so that those graduates may step into positions of responsibility in any organizational setting.
  • Graduates should have a clear understanding of ethical and behavioral concerns that managers face in the workplace to encourage respect for the individual and the environment.
Cr. Hrs.
MGT B310, Human Resources Management
MGT B315, International Management
MGT B375, Contemporary Managerial Decision Making
MGT B430, Small and New Venture Development
Management Electives (300- or 400-level)
Business Electives

(View Common Curriculum requirements.)

Updated August 2, 2005