Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Management
Management Major without an emphasis
Management is the ability to effectively coordinate people and resources to achieve the goals of an organization. The knowledge and skills acquired through the Bachelor of Arts in Management, i.e., the exploration of all aspects of managerial work and decision-making, provide the student with the necessary insights and tools to direct the flow of information, people and materials in a company.
- Students will explain the important terminology, facts, concepts, principles, analytic techniques and theories used in management.
- Students will be able to identify and apply appropriate terminology, facts, concepts, principles, analytic techniques and theories used in management when analyzing moderately complex situations.
- Students will be able to synthesize and integrate important concepts, principles, and theories used in management into solutions to moderately complex management problems.
A minimum of 128 US credit hours consisting of the following: 39 Required US credit hours of Core Courses in the Major; 30 US credits hours from the Global Citizenship Program; 58 Elective US credit hours (this equals 20 courses).
- ACCT 2010 Financial Accounting I (3 credit hours)
- ACCT 2025 Managerial Accounting (3 credit hours)
- ECON 2020 Principles of Microeconomics (3 credit hours)
- ECON 2030 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credit hours)
- MNGT 2100 Management Theory and Practices (3 credit hours)
- BUSN 2750 Introduction to Statistics (3 credit hours)
- MNGT 3320 Business Law: International (3 credit hours)
- MNGT 3400 Human Resource Management (3 credit hours)
- MNGT 3450 Principles of Organizational Behavior (3 credit hours)
- MNGT 3500 Marketing (3 credit hours)
- MNGT 4900 Managerial Policies and Strategies (Overview) (3 credit hours)
- Plus an additional 6 credits in management.
Students wishing to complete a double major with the bachelor of arts (BA) in Management may only do so with majors offered outside the Department of Business and Management.