Well-rounded curriculum means more career options
The Management degree offers you the opportunity to develop the competencies and leadership skills needed for success in an array of in-demand careers. You will gain general management skills or specialize in entrepreneurship, human resource management, or data analytics. In all cases, you will have the opportunity to engage with experienced faculty dedicated to your success.
The Entrepreneurship Concentration provides students the opportunity to learn the skills and mindset needed to effectively create, own, and manage their own business or to act as intrapreneurial leaders within existing organizations.
A concentration in Human Resources Management is designed to provide students the skill sets needed to address current issues within the human resources field and to provide students who want to work as professionals in human resources management the opportunity to obtain industry recognized certification. Students considering HRM should like working with people, helping develop positive cultures, and contributing to organizational success. HRM provides a fulfilling and rewarding career track with opportunities for growth and advancement as well as the potential to make a positive difference in the lives of the people who work in organizations.
This major is intended for students seeking to earn a business degree online (the B.B.A. in Management). This major is only available to students who are unable to complete a business degree on campus.
Why Study Management at Radford?
Outstanding faculty: The Management department–led by a team of renowned professors who are industry experts–offers a dynamic curriculum that blends theory with real-world application.
Real-world learning opportunities: Our department provides abundant opportunities for experiential learning, internships, and collaborative projects, allowing you to apply your knowledge in real business settings and build a robust professional network.
State-of-the-art facilities: You'll have access to cutting-edge technologies and industry partnerships that enrich your learning experience and give you a competitive edge in the job market.
A focus on social issues: You'll be part of a vibrant cohort of ambitious and different-minded peers that broaden your perspectives and enhance your leadership skills.
- Sigma Iota Epsilon (SIE) business honorary fraternity
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
- Collegiate Chapter of Entrepreneurs (CCE)
- The Venture Lab provides a unique opportunity for students and faculty to work together and turn innovative ideas into reality.
- Students learn critical innovation skills like design thinking, how to solve wicked problems, and to work with experienced mentors to create businesses that are economically successful all while helping make a significant contribution to solving social problems.
- The Entrepreneurship Living/Learning Community offers freshmen from all majors who are interested in entrepreneurship the opportunity to live (and learn!) together.
With such diverse skills and knowledge, it's no surprise management majors are highly sought after by employers of all kinds. From retail to the nonprofit sector, graduates in this field can find success in a wide range of jobs, including:
- General or operations manager
- Human resources manager
- Project manager
- Management consultant
- Entrepreneur/business owner
- Sales and marketing manager
- Supply chain manager
- Financial analyst/manager
- Nonprofit or government manager
- Retail manager
88% career placement rate for our graduates
30+ years of Advance Collegiate School of Business (AACSB) accreditation
7% of schools schools in the world are AACSB accredited
The management major provides you with 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.