Program Requirements

Program Requirements

The General Education Requirement
All students must satisfy a general education requirement consisting of eleven (11) courses outside of the major department. The General Education Domain III-C (Global Competency, Ethical Reasoning, and/or Human Diversity) requirement is satisfied through the completion of major in Management.

Course Prerequisites
Courses may have specified conditions for enrollment, such as prior completion of less advanced courses, permission of the instructor, or appropriate placement test scores. Students should refer to course descriptions in the department listings for prerequisite requirements.

Related Minors
Students are encouraged but not required to select a minor in another discipline that may enhance the students’ preparation for their individual employment or graduate school goals. Students should discuss these possibilities with their academic advisors.

Career Opportunities

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Project Manager

Organize, plan, and coordinate business projects to ensure they meet deadlines and company goals.

Management Trainee

Participate in training programs in different areas of the business to prepare for leadership roles. 

Business Manager

Supervise and manage the business of a company, including assets, operations and employees.

Account Executive

Acquire new clients for your company and maintain relationships through customer service.  

Business Consultant

Work with clients to gather business information through research, interviews and other methods.

Director of Operations

Oversee and encourage the growth and profitability of an organization.

Entrepreneur ventures

Start a business or join early-stage startups to gain hands-on experience in entrepreneurship. 

Meet Our Faculty

Amy Hummel, J.D.

Visiting Lecturer, Management and Business Information Technology Department
Crocker Hall
Borga Deniz

Dr. Borga Deniz

Associate Professor of Management, Management and Business Information Technology Department

Robert Krim, Ph.D

Associate Professor of Business, Management and Business Information Technology Department and Co-founder

Alexander Rikleen

Professor of Management, Management and Business Information Technology Department

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