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B.S. IN MANAGEMENT

Managers play a critical role in shaping America's future. Businesses need managers who are effective, creative, disciplined and well educated. The Management degree gives students the necessary career skills to obtain diverse and innovative managerial and professional positions in all areas of business. Career opportunities include management positions in manufacturing companies, business and management consulting, financial planning and banking, sales management, marketing and personnel administration.

The B.S. Management degree is designed to give students a broad perspective of organizational management and the judgment and professional competetence necessary for a career in any business field.The program develops studentsí leadership, teamwork and communication skills while preparing them for successful careers.

Students receive in-depth training in managerial planning, human resources management, decision-making, strategy development, operations management, organizational behavior and service management. The undergraduate major combines a solid foundation in business topics with a liberal arts education. Leaders in all economic sectors urge business students to broaden their understanding of the world by exploring non-business subjects.

The Business Organization for Successful Students (BOSS) is a club for Management students which offers lectures and workshops to introduce students to accomplished business leaders.

Recent graduates are working in management careers at the Bank of New York, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, and other prominent companies.

Recommended Course of Study

In addition to the general requirements for all students in the School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences, a student specializing in Management is required to complete the following: Management 150, 151, 152, 153, and 154.

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  First Year: First Semester

Credits

Accounting 101

3

Computer Science

3

English 16

3

Mathematics 11y

3

Economics 1

3

Orientation Seminar 1

1

Total:

16

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  First Year: Second Semester

Credits

Accounting 102

3

Management 101

3

English 17 or Core Seminar

3

Mathematics 12y

3

Economics 2

3

Total:

15

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  Second Year: First Semester

Credits

Law 101

3

Quantitative Analysis 128

3

Marketing 101

3

Finance 101

3

Management 131

3

Philosophy 61

3

Total:

18

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  Second Year: Second Semester

Credits

Finance 102

3

Law 102

3

Quantitative Analysis 129

3

Speech 3

3

Marketing 151

3

Philosophy 62

3

Total:

18

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  Third Year: First Semester

Credits

English 61-64

3

Physics 20

4

History 1

3

Management 150

3

Management 151

3

Total:

16

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  Third Year: Second Semester

Credits

English 61-64

3

Chemistry 21

4

History 2

3

Liberal Arts Elective

3

Management 153

3

Total:

16


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  Fourth Year: First Semester

Credits

Management 154

3

Biology 22

3

Elective (Adv. Business)

3

Elective (Adv. Business)

3

Elective (Adv. Liberal Arts)

3

Total:

15

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  Fourth Year: Second Semester

Credits

Adv. Liberal Arts Elective

3

Adv. Liberal Arts Elective

3

Adv. Business Elective

3

Adv. Business Elective

3

Adv. Business Elective

3

Total:

15