Management skills are broadly applicable and our graduates go on to a wide range of professions in both the public and private sector. The major is also designed to help those thinking of starting their own business or aiding a family business. Finally, many students find the broad business training of the management major a helpful foundation for future graduate study.
While most students elect not to have a concentration, there are three ways to tailor your management studies to your specific interests: Human Resource Management (HRM), Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ENT), and Business Analysis and Consulting (BAC). The concentration in Human Resource Management is designed for management majors who want to focus on the human resource aspects of work force recruitment, selection, training, development, and evaluation of employees. This concentration fosters the development of knowledge and problem solving skills within the component areas of human resource management. It provides the clearest career guidance and path for you upon graduation. The concentration in Innovation and Entrepreneurship is designed for management majors who desire careers in technology related or entrepreneurial environments in small firms, as well as large, established corporations. Students are taught ways to distinguish "sounds good" from "is good" as well as the practical skills needed to work effectively with new technologies, manage the innovation process, and develop or contribute to an entrepreneurial venture.
13 January 2020, 31 August 2020
College of Business
Zane Showker Hall, MSC 0207,
421 Bluestone Dr.,
22807, United States
Applicants must have official high school transcript.
English language proficiency: 81 Internet-based TOEFL, IELTS score of 6.5, Pearson PTE Academic score of 58.