Management Concentration

Management Concentration in Business Administration Major
Effective management skills are required in a wide variety of careers and organizations in an increasingly dynamic and competitive world. Business Administration Management Concentration students may select courses in the concentration that best match their specific career needs and goals. Several management concentration courses place emphasis on developing skills drawing upon management theories and techniques in creating effective strategies that improve organizational competitiveness.

Concentration Requirements
A minimum of 9 credit hours from any of the following 300 and 400 level elective courses is required to complete a Management Concentration in addition to a student’s Business Administration major required courses. Concentration courses count toward the 12 required Business Elective credits.

Complete 3 Elective Courses Listed Below (9 credits) Credits
BUS 330 Labor Relations Employment Law 3
BUS 331 Organizational Behavior 3
BUS 332 Management of Organizations 3
BUS 333 Human Resource Management 3
BUS 363 Six Sigma – Continuous Improvement Management 3
BUS 370 Business Perspectives, Canada/US 3
BUS 433 Methods of Human Resource Management 3
BUS 334 Organizational Improvement and Management Development 3
BUS 450 International Business 3
BUS 464 Seminar in Management 3
BUS 466 Seminar in Non-Profit Organizations 3

Business Administration – Four Year Plan of Study and Elective Courses

Concentration Benefits and Career Information
Students who complete a Management Concentration in addition to their required Bachelors Degree in Business Administration courses are more prepared for careers such as Management Consultant, Business Consultant, Sales Manager, Information Systems Consultant, Entrepreneur and Independent Business Owner.

Common Complementary Programs and Courses
Business has gone global with cross functional project teams routinely span the globe utilizing 24-7 virtual collaboration technologies. The Management concentration provides students an opportunity to gain insights into business practices, policies, and strategies. The Management Concentration integrates well with all other business concentrations and the other department minors such as: BIS, Healthcare Informatics, Insurance, and more. Select the concentration and respective courses that help you achieve your career dreams!