Management: B.S.

Lower Division
ACCT 2005
ACCT 2010
Introductory Accounting I: Financial Accounting
and Introductory Accounting II: Managerial Accounting
or ACCT 1005 Accounting for Decision Makers
BUSN 1010Business Law I4
BUSN 2010Business Statistics4
or MATH 1065 Statistics
ECON 2010Introductory Economics: Micro & Macro 6 Cr.6
MGMT 1005Principles of Management4
MRKT 1005Marketing Principles4
Upper Division
BUSN 3010Business Ethics4
BUSN 3122Management Information Systems4
FSMA 3010Corporate Finance4
HRMS 3010Diversity in the Workplace4
HRMS 3015Human Resource Management4
MGMT 3020International Cross Cultural Management4
MGMT 3025Leadership4
MGMT 3060Organizational Behavior4
MGMT 4035Strategic Management4
Total Credits66
  • Broad-Based Knowlege of Management Fundamentals: Students will identify, analyze, and resolve management-related challenges.
  • Specific Knowledge of Management Practice: Students will define and evaluate management roles, functions, methods, processes, and technologies while demonstrating the ability to apply them to a variety of organizations in local and global-management contexts.
  • Critical Thinking and Applied Learning Skills: Students will evaluate the effective use of the management function in support of organizational development in highly competitive, diverse markets.
  • Ethically and Globally Responsibility Management: Students will evaluate justice, equality, sustainability, and ethical standards for effective leaders who conduct business in culturally and ethically complex global environments.
  • Building on all prior management learning, students will be able to apply management knowledge to real life case studies.