Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

Degree Description:

The Management major is designed to give the student the basic knowledge, skills, and values of management that build upon the foundation provided by the University Core Curriculum and that are required for professional careers in management. Moreover, through a series of sequenced courses, the Department prepares the student for more advanced study in management. The Department's programs adhere to a systemic approach which emphasizes the connections between the individual, organization systems, and the environment. The Department's programs stress the importance of critical thinking skills, an appreciation of diverse cultural perspectives, and the application of knowledge to address policy disputes and social issues. The program in management is designed to prepare students for careers in business management.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

Management Majors can:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of management concepts and processes and their application in organizations.

  2. Plan, organize, lead, and control in a variety of organizations and cultures. 

  3. Recognize and resolve managerial issues using quantitative and behavioral methods and interpersonal skills.

Outcome Assessments

The Department assess the extend to which program requirements create the desired outcomes by using a variety of techniques. Examples of these assessments include the following:

  1. Projects, cases, tests, and presentations will be collected and reviewed by an assessment committee. 

  2. Alumni members of the Young Alumni Advisory Council will be regularly polled to evaluate their learning in light of employer expectation.