The Bachelor of Science degree in Management simultaneously maximizes the preparation of the student and maintains flexibility within the program. Three concentrations are offered in the Management major:
- General Management
- Human Resource Management
- Industrial Management
In the General Management Concentration, students focus on the pivotal knowledge and skill areas of teamwork, leadership, change management, employee motivation, and responsibility. The student also may choose from among specific management electives to complete the major area. This flexibility allows the student to tailor the degree to his or her particular career goals.
Human Resource Management
The Human Resource Management Concentration is designed to prepare students to sit for and pass the National Human Resource Certification Exam given annually by the Society of Human Resource Management. In the program, the student learns in-depth skills in human resource concepts, staffing procedures, compensation and benefits, and conflict resolution.
The Industrial Management Concentration is designed to provide a balance of hands-on experience in industrial and manufacturing processes with foundational business and management skills. In addition to developing competence in such hands-on skills as technical drafting, computer-aided design (CAD), materials technology, manufacturing methods, and manufacturing processes, Industrial Management students also receive training in operations management, quality management, and project management, as well as in all of the functional areas of business.