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- Faculty members serve as senior editors of the top journals in information systems, supply chain and operations management, and service science.
- Our faculty pride themselves in creating exceptional business management graduates and entrepreneurs.
- The success of our graduates in the workforce means more internship and job opportunities for our students.
- Our faculty have won nearly all teaching awards at the college, university and state levels.
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.