Management Minor

Overview

The management minor is designed to provide students in other majors a deeper understanding of management and leadership in organizations.
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Minor Requirements

18 credit hours

Complete the following:

A study of the theory and practice of management. The course involves discussion and application of areas such as social responsibility, strategy, problem solving, communication, change, job performance, and financial/operational controls. Prerequisite or Co-requisite of BUSN 110 Introduction to Business

Choose three of the following:

New Venture Feasibility Focuses on developing ideas for new businesses. Case studies and group exercises are utilized to help students determine which ideas might result in feasible businesses. Students select a business idea and then write a feasibility plan, a first step in developing a detailed business plan. This plan will determine if the idea has profit potential. Prerequisites: BUSN 110 Introduction to Business and MKTG 260 Principles of Marketing.
This course recognizes that managers are also called upon to be leaders. The differences between a leader and manager will be discussed with focus on effective leadership and management skills, philosophies and orientations. Prerequisite: MGMT 260 Principles of Management.
Managing and organizing global operations, with attention to both multinational corporations and nonprofit organizations. Consideration will be given to the strategy and structure of international business, the practices of international commerce, the challenges of living and working in other cultures, and career development in a global context. Prerequisite: MGMT 260 Principles of Management.
This course examines the basic principles of managing the production and distribution of goods and services. The course provides frameworks and tools to target and implement improvements in business processes. Prerequisites: MGMT 260 Principles of Management and college level statistics course 200 level or higher. Students who've taken PSYC 240 or SOCI 340 must also complete MATH 150 or higher, or have a SAT math score of 620 or higher or have an ACT score of 28 or higher.
This course examines the complex and dynamic interactions of people and organizations in society. Particular focus will be on organizational theory, human perception, motivation, group dynamics, power, conflict, culture, leadership, organizational development, and managing change. Prerequisite: MGMT 260 Principles of Management.

Complete the following:

Choose two courses from the ACCT, BUSN, ECON, ENPR, FINC, GBSN, MGMT, or MKTG disciplines.  (6 hours)