Management

Management

Associate Professor: Mack Bean
Assistant Professor: Ken Clarke
Lecturers: Michelle Barnhart, Jerry Lettre, Robert McGeough, Kent Whitman

A Bachelor of Science degree is offered in Management for online and traditional students.

A minor is offered in Management.


Mission and Learning Outcomes of the Management Program

The mission of the Management major is to develop specialized preparation for a career in management in combination with a liberal arts education. The Management program prepares students for positions as managers in the business, private, or non-profit sectors. Specific goals of the program include the following:

  • Students will be able to describe the essential functions of an effective business operation and analyze business opportunities.
  • Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between businesses and market/nonmarket stakeholders as it pertains to local, societal, and global needs.
  • Students will be able to use quantitative and qualitative tools and strategies to support organizational decision making.
  • Students will demonstrate an awareness of the need for ethical leadership within an organization and ethical behavior in the greater global context.
  • Students will be able to communicate clearly and effectively.

The major in Management combines a basic liberal arts education with specialized preparation for a career in management. Emphasis is placed on General and Liberal Education and College core course requirements during the first two years of study. The Management major prepares the student for a position as a manager in the business, private, or non-profit sector.


Major Requirements for Online Students

In addition to all graduation requirements and College Core Requirements, the following courses must be completed successfully:

FM311 Managerial Finance
MN314 Human Resource Management
MN348 Public Administration or
MN426 Government and Business
MN360 Communication Skills for Managers 
MN365 Production and Operations Management 
MN371 Entrepreneurship 

Students must also complete two electives chosen from the 300 or 400-level courses with any of the following business prefixes: AC, AD, BA, ET, FM, HCA, MK, MN, and SR.

Major Requirements for Traditional Students

In addition to all degree requirements and College Core Requirements, the following courses must be completed successfully:

FM311 Managerial Finance
MN314 Human Resource Management
MN348 Public Administration or
MN426 Government and Business
MN360 Communication Skills for Managers 
MN365 Production and Operations Management 
MN371 Entrepreneurship
MN390 Internship in Management or 
MN395 Advanced Internship or 
MN495 Senior Independent Project

Students must also complete two electives chosen from the 300 or 400-level courses with any of the following business prefixes: AC, AD, BA, ET, FM, HCA, MK, MN, and SR.

Minor Requirements

The minor in Management requires completion of the following courses:

MK201 Principles of Marketing
MN201 Principles of Management 
MN314 Human Resource Management 
MN321 Organizational Behavior
MN360 Communication Skills for Managers
MN365 Production & Operations Management

Recommended Curriculum Guide - Management

First Year

Fall Semester

Credits

Spring Semester

Credits

AC101

Principles of Accounting I

3

AC102

Principles of Accounting II

3

CIT140

Electronic Spreadsheets

3

ET102

Principles of Microeconomics

3

ET101

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

______

GLE Elective

3

GLE101

First-Year Inquiry Seminar

3

______

GLE Elective

3

GLE110

First-Year Composition

3

______

GLE Elective

3

 

Total

15

 

Total

15



Second Year

Fall Semester

Credits

Spring Semester

Credits

BA213

Business Law

3

MK201

Principles of Marketing

3

FM224

Principles of Financial Management

3

MT260

Statistics

3

MN201

Principles of Management

3

______

GLE Lab Science II

4

______

GLE Lab Science I

4

GLE230

Second-Year Composition

3

______

GLE Elective

3

______

GLE Elective

3

 

Total

16

 

Total

16


Third Year

Fall Semester

Credits

Spring Semester

Credits

IB364

International Business

3

FM311

Managerial Finance

3

MN365

Production & Operations Management

3

MN314

Human Resource Management

3

MN321

Organizational Behavior

3

MN360

Communication Skills for Managers

3

______

GLE Elective

3

______

Elective

3

______

Elective

3

______

Elective

3

 

Total

15

 

Total

15


Fourth Year

Fall Semester

Credits

Spring Semester

Credits

MN348

Public Administration or

3

BA471

Business Strategy and Ethics

3

MN426

Government & Business

 

______

Elective

3

MN390

Internship in Management or

3

______

Elective

3

MN395

Advanced Internship in Management or

 

______

Elective

3

MN495

Senior Independent Research Project

 

______

Elective

1

MN371

Entrepreneurship

3

 

 

 

______

Elective

3

 

 

 

______

Elective

3

 

Total

13

 

Total

15

 

Total Credits

120

 

 

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

AC312 Forensic Accting & Fraud
AC314 Cost Accounting I
AC315 Cost Accounting II
AC323 Auditing
AC324 Audit Ethics & Practice
AC345 Analysis Financial Stmt
AC354 Individual Income Taxes
AC355 Taxation of Partnerships
AC474 Advanced Accounting I
AC475 Advanced Accounting II
AD370 Advertising in America
BA301 Cyber Ethics & Law
BAULELC2 BA UL ELECTIVE #2
BAULELEC BA UL ELECTIVE
FM311 Managerial Finance
FM423 Investment Analysis
FM454 Problems in Finance
HCA315 Fundamentals/Epidemiology
HCA340 Healthcare Finance
HCA350 Hlthcare Sys Qlty Mgmt
HCA360 Hlthcare Ethics,Plicy,Law
HCA430 Healthcare Finance
HCA450 Ldrshp/Mgmt Healthcare
MK304 Advertising
MK317 Logistics Supply Chain
MK333 Marketing Research
MK335 PUBLIC RELATIONS
MK350 E-commerce
MK360 Mobile Marketing
MK365 International Marketing
MK474 Marketing Management
MN307 Human Relations
MN314 Human Resource Management
MN342 Creativity & Innovation
MN348 Public Administration
MN360 Comm Skills for Mgmnt
MN365 Production & Operation Mg
MN366 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
MN370 Quality Bus Mgmt System
MN371 Entrepreneurship
MN390 Internship in Management
MN391 Internship in Management
MN395 Adv Internship in Mgmnt
MN399 Independent Study
MN415 Labor & Management
MN420 Adv Project Mgmt
MN426 Government & Business
MN429 Special Topics Proj Mgmt
MN435 Leadership in Teams
MN495 Senior Independent Projec
MN499 Independent Study
MNUPPR MN Upper Level Elective
MNUPPR2 MN Upper Level Elective
SR310 Sports & Rec Marketing
SR338 Fitness Management
SR346 Park & Natural Res Mgmt
SR357 Inclusive Sports & Rec
SR368 Sport & Rec Facilities Mg
SR419 Law & Liability Sport Rec
SR420 TRENDS & ISSUES SPRTS REC
SR439 Snow Sport Facility Mgmt