BBA in Management
The BBA in management offers core courses of study that focus on leadership, strategic planning, entrepreneurship, organizations, human resource management, hospitality management, human capital analytics, teamwork and team management, problem-solving, data analysis and new business ventures, thereby cultivating a foundation tailored for students’ special interests and talents.
|MGNT 3134 – Behavior in Organizations
||MGNT 4230 – International Management
|MGNT 3234 – Entrepreneurship
||MGNT 3130 – Principles of Management
|MGNT 3235 – Leadership in Organizations
||BUSA 4131 – Strategic Management
|MGNT 3334 – Human Resource Management
||MGNT 3430 – Operations Management
Emphasis and Specialty Courses Include
|MGNT 4234 – Small Business Management
||MGNT 4332 – Compensation & Benefits
|MGNT 4236 – New Venture Planning
||MGNT/CISM 4333 – H.R. Information Systems
|HNRM 3336 – Hotel Operations
||MGNT 4335 – Labor Relations
|HNRM 4334 – Food & Beverage Operations
||MGNT 4338 – Staff, Training & Development
For students who are motivated to manage or start their own businesses, this emphasis area is a perfect addition to the management program of study. Courses in this area focus both on small business management and start-up entrepreneurship.
Human Resource Management
The human resource management (HRM) emphasis prepares students for a career focused on the most important resources of any organization—the people. Students pursuing this specialization will study in the only HRM college program in the region that emphasizes the use of human resource information system (HRIS) software.
The hospitality emphasis prepares students for entry-level management positions in the restaurant and lodging industries. The mission is accomplished through a competency-based, curricular program designed specifically for the development of future hotel and restaurant managers.
Last updated: 10/25/2017