Management (B.S.)


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The goal of the B.S. in Management is to prepare students for success in modern business organization and to advance their careers in management.

The program allows students to remain broad-based in their selection of courses. Three optional concentrations are available: General Management, Human Resource Management, and Sports Management. Graduates may seek entry-level positions in profit and non-profit organizations or the public sector as management trainees, assistant managers, customer service representatives, human resource generalists, executive sales representatives, sports management executives, account executives, or labor relations specialists. Graduates may also choose to work for a small or family-owned business or to become entrepreneurs.

Concentrations

  • General Management Concentration
  • Human Resource Management Concentration
  • Sports Management Concentration
  • International Business Concentration
  • Program Requirements

  • Curriculum Map

  • Learning Outcomes

  • Accreditation

  • Admissions Information

  • Course Description

  • Course Schedule

  • Tuition, Fees, and Financial Assistance

  • Graduation Requirements / ETS Major Field Test in Business