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Management exposes students to the leadership and administrative tasks involved in transforming complex organizations in rapidly changing environments. Management majors learn how to think strategically, to develop a comprehensive view of organizations and how to direct people, promote effective communication and oversee many different kinds of processes.

Human Resource Track
Human resource management is the study of policies and practices that emphasize the contribution of people to organizational success. Human resources is a management specialty in which students acquire expertise in hiring, training and compensating a workforce; understand the role of people in creating competitive advantage; and recognize the contribution human resource managers make to a variety of organization activities.

Competencies
Complement your degree by adding a supporting business competency to your major. Increase your marketable skills through competencies in analytics, entrepreneurship, international business, leading change, modeling and risk management.

Careers

  • Compliance Specialist
  • Employee Benefits Manager
  • Labor and Employee Relations Specialist
  • Manager
  • Management Analyst
  • Purchasing Agent
  • Recruiter

Department of ManagementUndergraduate StudiesDegree Requirements

Types of Coursework

  • Compensating Employees
  • Designing Organizations
  • International Management
  • Leading Organizations and Making Decisions
  • Managing Human Resources
  • Managing Teams and Avoiding Conflict
  • Understanding People and Organizations

Jobs by Industry

Commercial Products/Retail

20%

Financial Services

12%

Petroleum/Energy

11%

Technology/Science

9%

Nonprofit

8%

Health/Biotech

6%

Other

34%

Median Salary For Management Graduates: $48,360

A True Learning Community

  • I love my major because through it I’ve learned a lot about my strengths and weaknesses. I’ve also become more aware about how to use my skills in the future.

    Margo Dausin
    Management Major

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