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. Students may focus their studies in the areas of personnel management, industrial relations, and industrial management by selecting appropriate elective courses in consultation with an advisor.
Learning Objectives for the Management Concentration
Upon completion of the concentration in management, students will be able to do the following:
- 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.
- Demonstrate proficiency in written and oral communications.
- Demonstrate how economic thought influences management decision making.
The following courses are required for the management concentration:
|BU 302||Business Communications||3|
|BU 345||Human Resources Management||3|
|BU 346||Organizational Behavior||3|
|EC 341||Labor Economics||3|
|Graded upper-division elective hours in accounting, business, or economics||12|