Our programs of study in the field of Management have basic three objectives:
- To provide students with concepts, knowledge and skills required in the effective management of profit-making enterprises, government institutions and nonprofit service organizations.
- To prepare students for employment that will lead to positions of managerial responsibility.
- To make education in general management available to students pursuing technical, educational and professional careers.
Students interested in majoring in management may elect to emphasize either human resource management or business administration management.
The Management (Business Administration/General Management) emphasis is a broad degree preparing students for careers in a wide range of business settings. The emphasis is appropriate for students who wish to obtain a business degree but who do not wish to specialize in a specific area of emphasis.
The Human Resource Management emphasis is designed to provide students with the competencies needed to help organizations acquire, develop, and retain the people whose efforts are crucial to organizational success. Courses in the human resource management curriculum expose students not only to useful human resource management principles, but also to specific, real-world techniques and practices.
Careers in management are available in industry, government, service organizations, and teach. Students’ education and training will, when coupled with additional maturity and experience, serve to further their careers in more responsible management positions such as production or plant manager, labor relations director, or personnel administrator.