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Management and
Organizational Behavior


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Business is all about people, and managing people within an organization which is critical to its success.

The management and organizational behavior major at Benedictine prepares students to conduct management functions on both small and large scales. They receive a thorough exposure to business and economics principles and how they are applied to the business world and the national and international economy. Students also improve their skills in communication and analytical thinking to prepare themselves for careers in a variety of industries including logistics, manufacturing, consulting, health care, insurance and telecommunications.

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Students in the Management and Organizational Behavior program have the opportunities to:

Learn techniques for understanding human behavior and how that relates to selecting effective management techniques in the workplace.
Develop understanding and skills across all major business organizational functions.
Engage in real-world projects with area businesses as well as leadership development experiences.
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Available Concentrations

Students are able to choose a concentration within the management and organizational behavior major, allowing them to focus on the area that most interests them and is applicable to their personal career goals.

  • Human Resource Management
  • Operations Management

View Concentration Requirements – Lisle
View Concentration Requirements – Mesa

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What Our Graduates Have Done With This Degree

Management and Organizational Behavior Alumni

MOB alumni work at companies across all major industry sectors, including Amazon Inc., AON plc, Kearney, The Bear Sterns Cos., The Boeing Co., Caterpillar Inc., Cigna, DuPage County, FedEx Corp., Ford, Grant Thornton LLP, HSBC, the IRS, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Molex LLC and many more. Graduates have been accepted into Benedictine’s 4+1 master’s degree programs, Northern Illinois University, University of Illinois and The University of Chicago.

The MOB Program

The Management and Organizational Behavior (MOB) major focuses on how people interact – as individuals, in groups and in work teams – to effectively shape and impact organizations
and society.

Professional Experience

Students receive close guidance from faculty with decades of professional experience as business leaders in the U.S. and abroad, who are focused on student success. Our faculty are also recognized internationally in the education of PhD students in management and organization development.

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