Management

Department of Management and Marketing

Management Mission

The Department of Management  and Marketing is dedicated to the development of managerial skills–analytical and interpersonal–which will enable students to succeed in a competitive international workplace. The department's primary mission, therefore, is to provide quality management education for undergraduate and graduate students by utilizing current management thought incorporated in an experience-based learning environment. A second component of the department's mission is the pursuit of a balanced approach that encourages and rewards both applied and basic research. Finally, the Department of Management and Marketing faculty is committed to training and development at all levels of organizational life as part of its applied curriculum.

Student Learning Outcomes

College of Business Administration
Bachelor of Science in Management

  1. Management graduates will understand and communicate basic management concepts and the role of managers within organizations and in the marketplace.
  2. Management graduates will possess the knowledge to define and implement ethical standards and policies of corporate social responsibility.
  3. Management graduates will understand the global nature of management and be able to strategically address the challenges of managing multinational enterprises.
  4. Management graduates will be able to apply theories and principles of organizational behavior to managerial decision-making.
  5. Management graduates will utilize information in the internal and external environment to formulate and implement a strategy that builds on the core competencies of the firm in order to demonstrate active management of an enterprise in a competitive environment.
  6. Management graduates will demonstrate the ability to give a coherent, understandable business presentation.
  7. Management graduates will understand how to utilize and integrate technology and information into managerial decision-making and operational processes. This will include applying qualitative and quantitative methods in the decision-making process.

Curriculum in Management

Bachelor of Science in Management

General Education Requirements
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
English    BIOS or same as other Physical Science  3
ENGL 1157 3  Humanities  
ENGL 1158 or 11591 3  Humanities Elective2  6
Mathematics    ENGL Literature  3
MATH 1115 or 1125 or higher 3  Social Sciences  
MATH 2785 or 2314 3  ECON 1203  3
Science    Social Science Elective2  3
BIOS 3 Arts2  3
Other Physical Science 3    
    Total 39
Other Requirements
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
ACCT 2100, 2130 6  MKT 3501  3
BA 1001, 2780, 3010 9  QMBE 2786, 2787  4
ECON 1204, FIN 3300 6  General Electives  14
MANG 2790, 4446 6    
    Total  48
Course Requirements for Major
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
MANG 34011  3  MANG 44801  3
MANG 34021  3  MANG 47101  3
MANG 37781  3  MANG 4730, 4750 or 47601  3
MANG 44241  3  MANG Electives 3000 level or higher1  12
    Total 33
Human Resource Concentration
Course Name/ # Credit Hours
MANG 34671  3
MANG 44681  3
MANG 44691  3
MANG 44701  3
Total 12
Total Credit Hours Required Credit Hours
  120
  1. "C" or better required
  2. Check General Education Courses to confirm what courses fulfill this requirement.
Additional Comments
 BA 3056, BA 3090, BA 3091, BA 4056, BA 4076 can be used as MANG electives.

Recommended Four-Year Plan of Study

College of Business Administration
Bachelor of Science in Management

Four Year Plan of Study
First Year of Enrollment 
First Term  Second Term
Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours
ENGL 1157  3  ENGL 1158 or 11591  3
MATH 1115 or 1125 or higher  3  MATH 2785 or 2314  3
ARTS  3  BIOS  3
Social Sciences  3  BA 2780  3
BA 1001  3  ECON 1203  3
UNIV 10012  1    
Total Hours  16 Total Hours 15
Second Year of Enrollment
First Term  Second Term
Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours
ACCT 2100  3  ACCT 2130  3
ECON 1204  3  BIOS or same as 3rd term (EES, CHEM, PHYS)  3
EES, CHEM or PHYS  3  Literature  3
Humanities  3  MANG 27901  3
QMBE 2786  3  MANG 34011  3
QMBE 2787  1    
Total Hours  16 Total Hours 15
Third Year of Enrollment
First Term  Second Term
Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours
Humanities  3  MANG Elective 3000 level or higher1  3
MANG 34021  3  MANG Elective 3000 level or higher1  3
MKT 35011  3  MANG 37781  3
Electives  6  Electives  6
Total Hours  15 Total Hours 15
Fourth Year of Enrollment
First Term Second Term
Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours
FIN 3300  3 BA 3010  3
MANG Elective 3000 level or higher1  3 MANG 4730, 4750 or 47601  3
MANG 44461  3 MANG Elective 3000 level or higher1  3
MANG 47101  3 MANG 44241  3
Elective  1 MANG 44801  3
Total Hours  13 Total Hours 15
Total Degree Hours 120
  1. "C" or better required
  2. Required for all first-time full-time students.

Minor in Management

Students wishing to minor in management may do so by completing 18 credit hours in management courses at or above the 3000 level with a letter grade of C or better in each course.

Minor in Entrepreneurship

Students wishing to minor in entrepreneurship may do so by completing 18 credit hours in entrepreneurship. The student must take

  • Business Administration 4056.
  • Finance 3301,

and four additional entrepreneurship courses to be chosen from

  • Business Administration 1001, 3056, 3090, 3091, 4076
  • Management 3070, 3071, or
  • Finance 4222.

A grade of C or better must be received in each course.

Minor in Information Systems Management

Students wishing to minor in Information Systems Management may do so by completing 18 credit hours in approved management information systems courses. Students must take Management 3778,and five of the following:

  • Management 4710, 4730, 4735, 4740, 4750, 4760, and Accounting 4142

A grade of C or better must be received in each course.

Honors in Management

To graduate with Honors in Management, the following requirements, in addition to the usual requirements for the major, must be fulfilled.

  1. maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 in management courses and a 3.5 grade-point overall;
  2. complete at least six hours of honors course work in management; and,
  3. complete a six-hour senior honors thesis, Management 3099.