Leanne Atwater, John M. Ivancevich, Robert T. Keller, J. Timothy McMahon, James S. Phillips, Joseph Pratt, Andrew D. Szilagyi, Jr., Steve Werner
Derek Avery, Roger N. Blakeney, Dennis Bozeman, Richard S. DeFrank, Teri Longacre, Dale E. Rude, Steve Werner
Barbara Carlin (Clinical), Abigail Hubbard (Clinical), Carla Jones, Yi Liu, Seemantini Pathak, Ruxandra Prodan (Clinical), Dusya Vera, William Walker (Clinical), Lori Whisenant (Clinical)
The Department of Management (MANA)
offers a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in management. This major is excellent preparation for students who wish to pursue graduate studies in administrative sciences or are interested in general management and management trainee positions. Elective courses in leadership, human resource management and strategic management are available to those interested in these specialized areas.
This major focuses on the behavior of individuals and groups within formal organizations, with particular emphasis upon the application of theory and research to management practice. Topics receiving primary emphasis include leadership and motivation, decision making, the adaptation of organizations to their environment, and the planning for and use of human resources in both the public and private sectors.
Business majors must meet the business, nonbusiness, and elective requirements for a baccalaureate degree as well as the following for a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in management:
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