A major in management provides flexibility to tailor your education and classes to your specific business interests. Whether your goal is to start your own business or manage information systems, this program will teach you how. Choose from one of seven different emphasis areas — entrepreneurship, general management, human resources management, international management, management information systems, operations management or supply chain management. Whichever you choose, you’ll be exposed to numerous functional areas of business and spend time examining the social, legal, political and economic environments in which organizations operate. Leaving the management program, our graduates are prepared for careers as professional managers in corporations, government organizations and small businesses. Or, if you plan to continue your education, you’ll leave with a solid foundation on which to pursue advanced degrees.
- Our faculty have been honored with numerous prestigious honors at the University, college and state levels.
- The success of our graduates in the workforce means more internship and job opportunities for our students.
- Our faculty pride themselves in creating exceptional business management graduates and entrepreneurs.
- Faculty members serve as senior editors of the top journals in information systems, supply chain and operations management, and service science.
WHAT YOU'LL STUDY
All students interested in Clemson’s management degree must first complete a pre-business core curriculum in order to move into the upper-level degree classes. On the Clemson admissions application, you’ll apply as a pre-business major.
Once into your core classes, you'll find that academic rigor and teaching excellence are our top priorities. Management faculty engage in a variety of teaching and research interests, offering students the ability to specialize in seven different disciplines.
Entrepreneurship Emphasis: Learn how to plan new ventures in both the for-profit and social entrepreneurship avenues.
General Management Emphasis: Gain a wide exposure to diverse management areas.
Human Resources Emphasis: Learn how to select, assess and reward employees; oversee organizational leadership; and ensure legal compliance.
International Management Emphasis: Discover what it entails for individuals and corporations to manage across national boundaries.
Management Information Systems Emphasis: Focus on information systems concepts and their applications in business.
Operations Emphasis: Take the opportunity to understand strategy, design, planning and control in both manufacturing and service organizations.
Supply Chain Emphasis: Discover how to follow the intricate and complicated design, planning, control and improvement of supply chains in organizations.
Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree Program
In our dual degree program, a total of 12 graduate credit hours can be counted toward both your bachelor’s and master's degrees in management.
EXPERIENCES BEYOND THE CLASSROOM
You’ll have a wealth of opportunities to engage with faculty and peers, learn outside of the classroom and truly enrich your entire educational experience — all geared to provide you the education and skills needed to be workforce or graduate school ready.
Your college decision isn't really about the next four years. We get it. It's about what doors are opened by your degree and whether those opportunities are what you had envisioned for yourself. Here's a snapshot of what life after graduation looks like for some of our most recent students.
WHERE OUR RECENT GRADUATES HAVE GONE
- Aarhus, Denmark
- Silkeborg, Denmark
- Paris, France
Global SAP Architect
Global SAP Architect
Inventory Control Supervisor
RECENT POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
Master of Divinity
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
M.S. Real Estate and Infrastructure
Johns Hopkins University
Master of Industrial and Labor Relations
University of North Carolina Greensboro
Master of Human Resources
University of South Carolina
University of Alabama School of Law
COMMON CAREER AREAS
- Management Information Systems
- Information Systems Analyst
- IT Consulting
- Systems Analyst
- Human Resource Management
- Employment Relations Manager
- Human Resources Manager
- Training Manager
- Operations Management
- Business Analyst
- Inventory Manager
- Line Supervisor
- Logistics Coordinator
- Materials Coordinator
- Operations Manager
- Product Manager
- Project Manager
- Supply Chain Manager
- Traffic Manager
- Banking and Insurance
- Account Manager
- Banking Branch Manager
- Benefits Manager
- Credit Analyst
- Sales Management
Used with permission from the University of Tennessee.
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