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Economics and Business

Management

The management major, with tracks in marketing and organizational leadership, provides a comprehensive background in the functional and environmental areas of business, and serves as a foundation for graduate work in business and management.

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The Major in Management

The management curriculum provides a comprehensive background for professional positions in finance, marketing, human resources, and operations management.  Note: College-level algebra and calculus (Mathematics 108 or 170 or 106-66) are required in the management major.

Students choose one of three tracks: marketing, organizational leadership, or sports.

Management: Marketing Track 

Major Courses

  • ACCT 157: Financial Accounting
  • ECON 152: Principles of Economics
    (Prerequisites: 3 years of secondary mathematics through college level algebra or consent of instructor)
  • ECON 156: Economics and Business Statistics  -OR-  Math 107: Elementary Statistics
  • ECON 225: Intermediate Microeconomics
    (Prerequisites: ECON 152, ECON 156, and MATH 106-166 or MATH 170 or MATH 108)
  • MGMT 223: Management and Organizational Theory
    (Prerequisite: ECON 152)
  • MGMT 251: Marketing Management
    (Prerequisite: ECON 152)
  • MGMT 256: Applied Econometrics
    (Prerequisites: ECON 152 and ECON 156)
  • MGMT 311: Marketing Research (Writing Intensive)
    (Prerequisites: ECON 156 and MGMT 251)
  • MGMT 365: Management Seminar
    (Prerequisite: MGMT 223 and senior standing as management major)
  • Controlled MGMT Elective
  • MGMT Elective

Note: College-level algebra and calculus (Mathematics 108 or 170 or 106-66) are required in the management major. Requirements for students to declare their major in the Economics and Business Department must have a minimum grade of C- in Math 108/166/170, Econ 152, and Econ 156.

Controlled Electives – Marketing Track

  • MGMT 227: Consumer Behavior.
    (Recommended: Management 251)
  • MGMT/IDIS 228: Telling and Selling Your Brand: The Art of the Story.
    (Prerequisite: Sophomore standing or higher)
  • MGMT/IDIS 250: Moral Marketing: Serving the World’s Poor.
    (Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing required)
  • MGMT 333: International Management (Prerequisite: Management 223) 


Management: Organizational Leadership Track

Major Courses

  • ACCT 157: Financial Accounting
  • ECON 152: Principles of Economics
    (Prerequisites: 3 years of secondary mathematics through college level algebra or consent of instructor)
  • ECON 156: Economics and Business Statistics  -OR-  Math 107: Elementary Statistics
  • ECON 225: Intermediate Microeconomics
    (Prerequisites: ECON 152, ECON 156, and MATH 106-166 or MATH 170 or MATH 108)
  • MGMT 223: Management and Organizational Theory
    (Prerequisite: ECON 152)
  • MGMT 253: Human Resource Management
    (Prerequisite: MGMT 223)
  • MGMT 342: Organizational Behavior and Leadership (Writing Intensive) 
    (Prerequisites: MGMT 223 and MGMT 253) 
  • MGMT 365: Management Seminar (Prerequisites: MGMT 223 and senior standing as management major) 
  • Controlled MGMT Elective 
  • MGMT Elective 
  • MGMT Elective 

Controlled Electives – Organizational Leadership Track:

  • MGMT 226: Legal Environment of Business
  • MGMT 227: Consumer Behavior
    (Recommended: Management 251)
  • ECON/MGMT 231: Managerial Finance 
    (Prerequisites: Economics 152 and 156, Accounting 157)
  • MGMT 251: Marketing Management
    (Prerequisite: Economics 152)
  • MGMT/IDIS 310: Doing Good at Work
  • MGMT 324: Operations Management
  • MGMT 333: International Issues in Management

Courses in management are listed in the College Catalog.