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Management Major

Program Outcomes:
Students in Management are prepared to function as creative leaders in various positions in society. The Notre Dame College graduate possesses technical skills and is also capable of dealing with the many career changes that they will face. A management graduate educated in a liberal arts tradition will think critically, analyze complex processes, evaluate important issues and work collaboratively in a team setting. Students who major in Management will thoroughly understand the functions of management (planning, organizing, leading, controlling) in large and small, for profit and not-for-profit enterprises. They will be well equipped to work as a mid-level manager, to continue education in graduate school or to enter professional programs in law or business administration.


Requirements:
Business Administration Core Courses + 24 credits in
the following:

BU 235 Management Information Systems
BU 300 Principles of Supervision
BU 341 Human Resources Management
BU 345 Organizational Behavior
BU 386 Operations Management
BU 426 Strategic Management
Plus one course from the following electives:
BU 435 Business and Government
BU 303 Entrepreneurship
BU 436 Labor Relations
One Upper Biennium in Business Administration or
Economics


Recommended Coursework:
BU 388 Business Ethics
PH 200 Critical and Creative Thinking
Communication Course