Management Major

A Bachelor of Science in Management prepares students to find many job opportunities to succeed in a business setting. This degree focuses on becoming competent and competitive in student’s specialty area while incorporating our LENS humanistic approach. Students are exposed to economic, accounting, legal, marketing, financial and strategical management concepts.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently stated that this field is constantly growing and is expected to continue growing in the foreseeable future. Jobs available for this degree are available in public and corporate sectors as human resource managers, sales managers, training and development managers, medical and health services managers, industrial production managers, C-level executives (CEO, CFO, etc.), and small business consultants. With a student’s unique combination of minors, they can start specializing in a specific business sector, which facilitates their career goals.

Degree Outcomes

Students are prepared for different business positions with distinctive capacities based on their expectations.

Students are well-prepared to pursue a superior educational enhancement for a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program, either nationally or internationally.

Students pair this major with other disciplines based on their preferences, allowing them to obtain a management position in a specific industry.

Example Courses

  • MGT 1003: Survey of Management
    An overview of basic management principles, organizational behavior, and productions/operations management. A study of the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and control; the behavioral aspects of the individual, the team, and the organization; and the production/operations aspects of systems development, resource planning, job design, work measurement, and quality control.
  • MGT 3303: Operations Managment
    This course includes the analysis of operations management. The academic review includes product and systems development, resource planning, control measures, automation, process technology, forecasting, inventory management, operations scheduling, cost efficiency, and quality control.
  • MGT 4113: Management Strategy
    This course is the capstone course designed to culminate the student's Management studies. The assessment will comprise a thorough corporate strategical analysis, and the academic review includes research into the strategic problems of management with emphasis on case problems and solutions.
View course catalog for all program courses and degree requirements.
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