The Department of Management & Entrepreneurship provides a curriculum of interrelated courses and learning experiences that focus on dealing with complex and ill-defined management challenges across functional business areas. The rigors of uncertainty and ambiguity in contemporary global organizations require that students exhibit a high degree of skill in analysis, synthesis and conceptual ability.
Management & Entrepreneurship faculty members develop in students a greater understanding of the problem-solving approaches and techniques that allow decision makers to optimally coordinate the endeavors of people toward the achievement of goals in changing organizations.
Career Path Opportunities
Management majors are typically hired for positions as business analysts, account executives, assistant managers, operations managers, and consultants. Our Entrepreneurship curriculum offers programs designed for those interested in someday starting their own business.
The programs offered through the Department of Management & Entrepreneurship develop managerial skills enabling you to work in all types of industries — financial, consumer products, education, health care, public relations, utilities, retail, manufacturing and others.
Undergraduate programs of study include Human Resource Management, Operations Management and Entrepreneurship.
Our Master of Buisness Administration and Master of Science programs (MBA/MS) offered through the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business provides students with the tools required to be professionals in a particular field in business. We provide a master's degree program for nearly every business career goal.
Continuing and Professional Education
We encourage lifelong learning and Continuing Education through our Management Development Center and the Center for Creativity and Innovation.
Department of Management & Entrepreneurship houses the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center, the Center for Creativity and Innovation, and the Institute for Business and Professional Ethics, which provide students with opportunities to engage more deeply in their chosen field of study.