Oct 05, 2022
The B.B.A. program in Management is designed to prepare students to effectively plan, organize, direct, and control organizational resources. Students can pursue a traditional plan of study or concentrate their studies in human resource management, supply chain management, or entrepreneurship and small business management. The management program helps prepare students for a variety of positions in regional, national, or international organizations or to pursue graduate studies.
- Students will be able to examine and analyze basic employment-related data.
- Students will be able to identify and evaluate issues involved in international business relationships.
- Students will be able to identify basic principles associated with leadership.
- Management majors will demonstrate a more comprehensive knowledge of management concepts and principles as compared to non-management BBA majors as a whole.
Core Areas A, B, C, D, E: 42 Hours
Core Area A
(Grade of C or higher)
Core Area D
Required Supporting Courses:
The following courses must be taken as electives if not taken to satisfy the Core requirements:
Business Core (27 Hours)
This Business Core courses are required of each RCOB major pursuing a B.B.A. Degree.
B.B.A. - Management (24 Hours)
Required Courses (For all Concentrations) (12 Hours)
These four courses must be taken by all Management Majors regardless of their concentrations. If MGNT 3633 is not available, students may substitute MKTG 3808 .
Traditional Management Concentration (12 Hours)
The Traditional Concentration requires 12 credit hours. Students must take MGNT 3618 . Students may then select three additional courses (9 credit hours) from the list provided.
Human Resource Management Concentration (12 Hours)
For the Human Resource Management Concentration, students must take MGNT 4621 , MGNT 4640 , MGNT 4681 , and one additional select course (taken from the list provided).
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Concentration (12 Hours)
For the Ent