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Welcome to the Management Department
Do you want to be a leader, a problem-solver, and a visionary? Do you want to learn how to manage people, projects, and resources effectively? Do you want to explore the diverse and dynamic world of business? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should major in management. Management is the art and science of getting things done through others. It is a skill that can be applied to any industry, sector, or organization. Whether you want to start your own business, work for a multinational corporation, or join a non-profit, management will equip you with the tools and knowledge you need to succeed. Majoring in management will also open up many opportunities for your personal and professional growth. You will develop critical thinking, communication, teamwork, and ethical decision-making skills. You will also network with peers, professors, and industry experts who can help you achieve your goals. Don't miss this chance to shape your future and make a difference in the world. Major in management today!
Our management major provides students the opportunity to develop high-demand competencies like communication, change management, leadership, professional development, and planning–influencing decision-making, people development, and human resources management. In addition, you’ll study innovation and design thinking, supply chain management, operations management, data analysis and presentation, strategic thinking, and entrepreneurship.
The College of Business and Economics and the Department of Management is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Less than one third of U.S. business schools, and only about 5 percent worldwide, have achieved business and/or accounting accreditation from AACSB.