The management concentrations educate students for successful careers in business and management. The program provides general education, other liberal arts courses and specific management education for students with career interests in
With a curriculum embedded in a strong liberal arts framework, students learn how business decisions relate to society-culturally, economically, ethically and socially-while developing the skills and knowledge that will enable them to assume management responsibilities.
Students who enroll in the management program may gain experience through internships that provide practical, on-the-job training opportunities. These valuable learning experiences, coupled with the university's development as a regional resource for business and industry, offer students significant contact with business and management leaders.
For curriculum information, please view the University Catalog, the official college resource for up-to-date program information and course descriptions. To view current course offerings, please visit InfoBear.
Last Modified: April 13, 2011