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Management

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Great managers have never mattered more

In a fast-paced, global and complex world, businesses need excellent managers to keep them productive and competitive.

The management major combines a strong liberal arts foundation with a hands-on professional education that prepares you to think critically, creatively and collaboratively when solutions are needed for challenging problems in business.

If you enjoy taking a leadership role and working with diverse groups of people to help them accomplish goals and improve organizational effectiveness, then management is the major for you.

AREAS OF STUDY

  • Organizational behavior
  • Human resources
  • Negotiation and conflict resolution
  • Organizational design

CAREER OPTIONS

  • General manager
  • Project manager
  • Merchandise manager
  • Sales manager
  • Sales analyst
  • Credit manager
  • Human resource analyst
  • Management consultant
  • Small business owner

What’s special about this program?

Lerner College management courses emphasize skills like strategic thinking, decision-making, problem solving, team building, ethical leadership and international management.

In addition to these management essentials, you will choose the human resources track or the business leadership track to complete your curriculum. You will gain a deeper understanding of the organizational topics that interest you the most.

Lerner College management faculty members will work with you to explore challenges in global business, competitive strategy, leadership, teamwork, business ethics, commitment and culture. Our faculty’s research is frequently published in top academic journals, and they have earned numerous awards for their scholarship.

Get Involved

Alpha Kappa Psi

Blue Hen Investment Club

Club Managers Association of America (CMAA)

Delta Sigma Pi

Financial Management Association

Lerner College Trading Center

Lerner Student Advisory Board

Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA)

Women in Business

Sample curriculum

BUAD110

 

Basics of Business

ECON101

 

Microeconomics
ECON103

Macroeconomics

 

ENGL110

Seminar in Composition

 

MATH221

 

Calculus I
PSYC100

General Psychology

 

 

 

University Breadth Courses

 

ACCT207

Accounting l

 

ACCT208

Accounting ll

 

COMM212/HOSP230

Oral Communications in Business or
Executive Presentations & Problem Solving

 

STAT200

Basic Statistical Practice

 

MISY262

Fundamentals of Business Analytics

 

MISY160

Bus. Computing

 

MISY261

Bus. Info Systems

 

BUAD309 Organizational Behavior
 
 

Sociology Course

 

 

University Breadth Course 

 

BUAD301

 

Intro to Marketing

BUAD306

 

Service & Operations Management
BUAD423

Negotiation & Conflict Resolution

 

FINC311

Principles of Finance

 

ACCT352

Law & Social Issues in Business

 

BUAD421 Human Resource Management (Human Resources track)
 
 

University Breadth Course or Foreign Language

 

  Management Elective
 
  Elective Course(s)
BUAD422

Leading Businesses Through Change (Business Leadership track)

 

BUAD426

Leadership & Teams (Business Leadership track)

 

BUAD441 Strategic Management (Business Leadership track)
 
BUAD431 Emerging Topics in Human Resources (Human Resources track)
 
BUAD441 Strategic Management (Human Resources track)
 
  Management Electives
 
  Professional Elective
 
 

University Breadth Course

 

  International Course
 
  Elective Courses

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This major is eligible for the following programs:

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