Choose any 12 hours from the Management major.
This major will prepare you for a career in General Management, Human Resources Management, Production and Operations Management, Small Business Ownership/Management or some other related field.
Use of the internal accounting system in the preparation of relevant data for effective managerial planning and control decisions. PR: ACCT 202. Fall.
An analysis of personnel policies related to human resources management. Emphasis on acquisition of competent employees, training and development, organizational renewal, appraising performance, compensation, benefits and services, safety, creating job satisfaction, increasing employee productivity, and managing global human resources. PR: MGMT 210. Spring.
A study of individual and group behavior and organizational processes within the total organization. Major topics covered include learning, perception, attitudes, job satisfaction, personalities, stress, motivation, group formation and processes, leadership, communication, conflict, and organizational change and development. PR: MGMT 210 or permission of instructor. Fall.
An introduction to the nature of small businesses. Major topics covered include: the impact of small business on the overall economy, entrepreneurial alternatives/start-up plans, small business marketing, practices used in the operation of a small business, and social, legal, and ethical issues. Spring.
An examination of the theory and practice of collective bargaining. Topics include historical, social, and economic environments for labor-management relations, labor law, contract negotiation, contract topics and topical patterns, conflict resolution, grievance administration, and arbitration. PR: MGMT 210 and Junior Standing. Fall.
Provides in-depth study of emerging management topics. The course provides students the opportunity to develop specialized knowledge in these topical areas. The course may be repeated for different topics. PR: MGMT 210 and Junior Standing.