The management degree program is designed to accommodate a variety of students' career interests. It offers students preparation for entry into corporate management training positions, human resource management positions, and management of entrepreneurial ventures. Students learn managerial leadership skills in courses that concern themselves not only with the broad aspects of management and organization but also with developing cutting-edge skills for dealing with problems of motivation, organization design, and the increasingly complex issues of human resource allocation in today's multicultural world.

Business Core (39 credits)

BUS181Introduction to Business
ACC201Financial Accounting
ACC202Managerial Accounting
ECO202Principles Microeconomics
BUS239Business Law I
MGT305Organizational Behavior and Management
MGT325Business Processes and Supply Chain Management
MKT306Principles of Marketing
BUS311Applications of Statistics in Business
BUS315Introduction to Information Systems
FIN319Managerial Finance
BUS366International Business
BUS498Strategic Management

Business Electives (3 credits)

Management Major (21 credits)

MGT309Organizational Communications
MGT315Advanced Organizational Behavior
MGT336Cross-Cultural Man.
MGT352Human Resource Man.
MGT355Conflict & Negotiation

Distribution Requirements with co-requisites

Theology and Philosophy (9 credits)


Communication Arts - Oral and Written (9 credits)


Natural Science and Mathematics (9 credits)

MAT108Precal for Business
MAT152Elem Prob & Stats

Behavioral and Social Sciences (9 credits)

ECO201Principles of Macroeconomics
(3 credits required from: ANT, CRM, PSY, SOC)

Humanities and Arts (9 credits)

Non-Business Electives (15 credits)

CS180Introduction to Computers
ORI100Freshman Seminar
ORI300Career Readiness