The Department of Management and HealthCare Administration offers a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management. Graduates of the program add value to many types of organizations. They are prepared to meet the challenges of a technological business environment because they have mastered many professional skills.
Students who graduate with a B.B.A. in Management will develop the following skills:
- Leadership – Managers make decisions that will propel the organization into the future.
- Communication – Managers negotiate with stakeholders and make a variety of presentations.
- Analytical Skills – Managers use spreadsheets, databases, and statistical analysis to make strategic decisions
- Interpersonal Skills – Managers work directly with employees helping them stay motivational and reach their full potential.
- Creative/Critical Thinking – Managers solve complex problems with innovative solutions.
Follow this link to see the Management Plan of Study
Opportunities & Careers
- Chief Executive Officer
- Vice President/Director
- Operations Manager
- Sales Manager
- Inventory Control Manager
- Human Resource Manager
- Industrial Relations Specialist
- Regional and District Manager
Projected job market data for General and Operations Managers: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/11-1021.00
- MGT 422 Organizational Behavior
- MGT 424 Human Resource Management
- MGT 420 Operations Management
- MGT 419 Business & Society
- Management electives*- 12 hours
*Management Electives – MGT Electives can be any 300 or 400 level MGT courses not already required or MKT 350.
Human Resources and Organizational Behavior Area of Emphasis
Choose an area of emphasis in Human Resources and Organizational Behavior by taking the following classes in place of some or all of the electives.
- MGT 425 Industrial Relations
- MGT 428 Negotiations
- MGT 429 Leadership
- MGT 430 Diversity Issues in Business
Follow this link to see the Management – HR & Organizational Behavior Plan of Study
Supply Chain Area of Emphasis
Choose an area of emphasis in Supply Chain by taking the following classes in place of some or all of the electives.
- MGT 318 Management Analytics
- MGT 325 Project Management
- MGT 421 Supply Chain Sustainability
- MKT 350 Supply Chain Logistics
Follow this link to see the Management – Supply Chain Analytics Plan of Study
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