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Management is the art of motivating people to better performance and leading organizations to greater prosperity. Pursuing this career begins with selecting an area of focus and then obtaining the right education, credentials, and experience to move into the management ranks. Our graduates are well prepared for this ascent with a deep understanding of organizational dynamics and decisive leadership.

About the Department

Open and supportive, the department focuses on creating a student-centered learning environment. Innovative and forward thinking, the curriculum reflects the strong academic research profile of our faculty. Small classes encourage discussion as well as simulations and team-based projects that mirror actual management practice. The key strength of the program is the integration of a core business foundation with the specialized skill-set and knowledge of managerial leadership.

Management is one of the four specializations students may pursue in earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA).

Faculty Thought Leaders

Faculty Thought Leaders

Learn from scholars whose influential research and professional certifications attest to their expertise.

Showcase Your Skills

Showcase Your Skills

Our students reach the top tiers of national competitions, with close guidance from faculty advisers.

Business Study Abroad

Business Study Abroad

Get insights on management trends in Germany, Spain, France, and more, for a few weeks to a full year.

Requirements for the Minor in Supply Chain Management

The minor in supply chain management requires five course units:

Required Courses

  • MGT 360 – Operations Management
  • MKT 360 – Supply Chain Management
  • MGT 365 – Supply Chain Design and Logistics

Additional Courses (choose two from this list)

  • MKT 370 – Channels of Distribution
  • MGT 498 – Supply Chain Strategies
  • IST 310 – Business Information Systems and Technology or IST 350 Data Analytics
  • FIN 320 – Financial Management: Working Capital
  • MGT 235 – Statistical Analysis for Management or ECO 231 – Applied Business Statistics