The Bachelor of Science in Business with a major in Management emphasizes tackling relevant issues for today's manager: managing in the global economy, ethical and socially responsible decision-making, managing for total quality, employee empowerment, leadership, team performance and compensation, new venture creation and conflict resolution.
Management Honors (BSB)
The Management Honors Program is an accelerated and challenging course of study for students who intend to declare management as their major or minor, but have yet to take management courses beyond MGT 300. You must apply to the program. Learn more about the program below.
Management Minor (Business Students Only)
For students with majors the Driehaus College of Business only.
Available to students outside the Driehaus College of Business.
Department of Management & Entrepreneurship Undergraduate Concentrations
The General Management concentration is for the student who wants a broad sampling of the various management disciplines. Management includes courses in Entrepreneurship, Human Resources Management, Operations Management, Leadership, Hospitality Management and Sports Management, so students desiring a "cafeteria" approach would benefit from this concentration.
The Entrepreneurship concentration is characterized by its contemporary, integrative approach to management of emerging firms. It is designed for students who seek to be entrepreneurs in start-up ventures, operate family businesses or work as entrepreneurial change agents within a corporate setting.
The Human Resources Management concentration is designed to meet the needs of students who desire to obtain entry-level positions in human resources, such as HR generalists, employment interviewers, and compensation analysts. Human resource professionals add value to their organizations by understanding how the business operates and through the design and implementation of human resource activities to meet changing organizational needs.
Leadership & Change Management:
The Leadership & Change Management concentration focuses on developing leadership and change capabilities in students at all levels in organizations. Students gain an awareness of values and the importance of vision, as well as how to empower followers to be active participants in change activities, in order to increase organizational effectiveness. A planned approach to managing all phases of the organizational change process is emphasized. This concentration will be especially useful to students who desire to move into leadership and/or change roles within organizations, such as managers, internal consultants, team leaders or trainers, as well as external consultant roles.
The Operations Management concentration prepares students in a variety of operational areas including quality management, supply chain management, purchasing management, Enterprise Resource Planning, scheduling and forecasting.
The Sports Management concentration is intended for students who desire careers in sports-related industries, including professional and collegiate sports, sporting goods, fitness and recreation centers.