BBA Degree with Emphasis in Management
Management courses in the fields of organization theory, human relationships, administrative communication and related behavioral areas provide students with pertinent background for management careers in business and non-business organizations. A student may concentrate in the areas of personnel management, industrial relations or industrial management by selecting appropriate elective courses in consultation with an advisor.
Learning objectives for the management concentration:
The following courses are required for a concentration in management:
- Describe the critical functions of human resource management and how they fit with other organizational functions and strategy;
- Demonstrate how an understanding of human behavior can solve interpersonal problems in organizational settings; and
- Demonstrate proficiency in written and oral communications, exhibit how economic thought influences management decision making.
- BU302 Business Communications
- BU345 Human Resource Management
- BU346 Organizational Behavior
- EC341 Labor Economics
- Twelve additional upper division elective hours in accounting, business, or economics
Model Program Guide
Advising Worksheets for Management
Freshman and students new to the School of Business should visit with Stacy Woltje initially for help in determining their degree track. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors may choose a faculty member advisor.