As a management major, you will develop the knowledge and skills to lead organizations effectively in the dynamic global business environment. You will develop skills in leadership, critical thinking and analytical decision making as you apply key managerial concepts and theories learned in the classroom to practical experiences. You’ll be prepared for the contemporary work environment. The major in management offers five tracks that will prepare you for careers in a wide range of industries, ranging from governmental organizations, manufacturing, retail and banking, to pharmaceutical products, consumer products, restaurants and insurance. 

For more information, download a printable factsheet, and view Core courses, here.

View the management major diagram.


Students majoring in management earn the Bachelor of Business Administration degree.  

View degree and major requirements in the catalog.


The management major is designed to develop a strong foundation of broadly applicable transferrable management skills, while offering the flexibility to fashion an academic program based upon career interests and future plans. Choose from the following tracks:

Course Description

You can find links to course descriptions in the program pages of the catalog:

Entrepreneurship Minor

The Entrepreneurship minor is designed to introduce students from any discipline to the knowledge, skills, and mindset necessary for successful new venture creation. The minor is open to students in any major except Management. The minor is 18 credits total: four required core courses and two elective courses. Classes will be taken along with a cohort group as a lock-step program requiring two years to complete.

Application and other requirements 

Admission is competitive and limited to a maximum of 30 students per cohort. Along with a basic application, an unofficial transcript and two-minute video pitch based on the applicant’s entrepreneurial goals will be required. The two minute video pitch will be based on the applicant’s goals in relation to entrepreneurship and how the minor would help them obtain those goals. Applications are accepted once per year in the spring. 

Once accepted students will be required to meet with the Entrepreneurship Minor Coordinator for an advising session in order to plan out their two year program and select electives. 

For more information on course requirements click here.

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