To earn your bachelor’s degree in management through the College of Business, you will take 120 credit hours of courses, equating to four or five courses per semester, on average. Each area of emphasis has a different set of required management courses in the 4-year plan.
Foundations of Entrepreneurship (ENTR 321)
Take your first steps into the world of entrepreneurship management and marketing, where you’ll get an insider’s view of entrepreneurial creativity, innovation and value creation.
Managing Behavior in Organizations (MNGT 360)
Examine the many factors that affect people in organizations, such as employee engagement, communication and decision-making, to help organizations thrive.
Talent Acquisition and Staffing (MNGT 464)
Understand how to forecast employment needs, recruit, train and evaluate employees. Assess and suggest improvements to real recruiting and selection systems.
Managing Diversity in Organizations (MNGT 365)
Learn to manage a diverse workforce and maximize its power through different techniques, strategies and best practices.
Philanthropy and Leadership (MNGT 411)
Collaborate with students to select the nonprofit recipients of $10,000 in real grant funding through Strive to Thrive. Explore the role of philanthropy and nonprofits.
Business Plan Development and Decision Making (ENTR 423)
Create a business plan after analyzing case studies and networking with business professionals. Pitch it at the New Venture Competition to compete for funding.