Management graduates will be ready to assume leadership positions in a wide variety of areas in for-profit, not-for-profit, and government organizations. Positions in management, human resources, entrepreneurial ventures, and government await our graduates.
In their undergraduate work, students may select a general management track, an entrepreneurship track, or an international business management track. Students in all 3 tracks are encouraged to participate in the available internship courses for academic credit. As a recipient of the 2002 Kauffman Entrepreneurial Internship Grant, the College of Business Administration provides many opportunities for internships, enabling our graduates to build their skills in the real world.
In addition to the general business curriculum topics, management majors coursework includes diversity training and working in teams. The College of Business faculty also emphasize written and verbal communication skills, as these are among the primary concerns of today's employers.