This program and courses are designed to:
- Evaluate the role of economics and business in the social environment of our culture;
- Articulate how the functional areas of business interrelate within organizations;
- Improve skills in communication, analytical thinking and appreciating the human element in organizations; and
- Develop specific skills applicable to the various aspects of the functional areas of business.
This program and major are designed to:
- Prepare you for entry level positions;
- Enable you to perform effectively in professional and career positions in management; and
- Prepare you for graduate and professional study in business or management.
All students in this program will receive a thorough grounding in:
- Economics (the theoretical basis for the discipline);
- Mathematics and statistics (the tool subjects);
- The principles pertinent to all of the functional areas of business, accounting, finance, management, and marketing, in an integrated manner and with adequate focus on their international aspects; and
- The important functional areas of management; including human resources, operations management, organizational behavior and the management process of planning, implementation and control.
The management and organizational behavior major is designed so that the entire degree is available through day classes for the traditional undergraduate students. The management and organizational behavior major is also offered in time periods and formats that are designed for the needs of adult learners, offered through evening and weekend classes.