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Upon completion of the program, management majors will possess competencies and skills needed for the managerial dimensions of roles they will play in their careers, as well as for graduate study. The program provides a foundation in management theory and practice.

Graduates can expect to pursue careers in such diverse areas as human resources management, entrepreneurship, small business management, healthcare management, international management, not-for-profit management, or other management-oriented program interests. Graduates work in business, government, healthcare, entrepreneurial firms, and not-for-profit organizations.

The Management and Organization Department prepares students for the managerial dimensions of roles they will play in their careers in business, government and non-profit organizations, as well as students as students for graduate study. The program provides a basic foundation in management theory and practices. Graduates can expect to pursue careers in such diverse areas as human resources and personnel management, small business management, international management, not-for-profit management or other management-oriented program interests that are designed by student and faculty adviser consultation.

 

 

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