Management & Leadership track prepares students to become effective managers and team leaders by providing theoretical and conceptual knowledge and by building critical skills such as:
- analytical research and problem-solving
- critical thinking
- global applications
- personal ethics and integrity
The curriculum includes the fundamentals of the global economy, the world of e-business, ethics, human resource and strategic management, and collaborative team skills. Throughout the program, theories and concepts of management and ethical leadership are enhanced by experiencing and testing them in skill-based exercises, case discussions and real-world, team-based project work.
|BUS 415||Organizational Behavior||3-0-3|
|BUS 420||Becoming an Effective Leader||3-0-3|
|BUS 425||Leadership Styles||3-0-3|
|BUS 430||Strategic Management||3-0-3|
|BUS 435||Leading Teams||3-0-3|
|BUS 440||Change Management & Innovation||3-0-3|
|BUS 445||Decision Making||3-0-3|
|BUS 460||Managing Organization/Leading People||2-0-2|
|BUS 465||Management & Leadership Capstone||2-0-2|
* Each course has a series of numbers that defines the course. The first number represents the number of lecture hours per week; the second represents the number of lab hours; the third number presents the clinical hours per week; the last number represents the number of credit hours assigned to the course.