The minor in Management exposes students from business and non-business majors to a broad overview of various theoretical and applied perspectives in the field of management. Students are introduced to a managerial tools, applications, and techniques to manage employees and other stakeholders in a professional and productive manner.
The program of study for a minor in Management consists of a minimum of 18 semester hours. Students must earn a grade of “C-” for all 18 semester hours. Students are required to a maintain an overall 2.0 GPA to graduate with a minor in Management. Below are a list of required courses:
MGT 2321 - Principles of Management
MGT 3322 - Organizational Behavior
MGT 4348 - Human Resource Management and Employment Law
Students may choose any combination of three coures frm the following list to satisfy the remaining nine credit hours.
MIS 3320 - Project Management Tools & Concepts
MGT 3324 - Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
MGT 4347 - Managing Organization Development and Change
MGT 4349 - Services and Quality Management
MGT 4386 - Global Issues in Management
MGT 4387 - Leadership: A Practical and Theoretical Approach
MGT 4388 - Business, Society, and Sustainability