As a management student you will learn to...

  • Critically analyze management-related problems, identify appropriate solutions, review courses of action, and make recommendations

  • Locate, select, and place qualified employees

  • Monitor trends that indicate the need for new products and services

  • Develop operational strategies to effectively interact with internal and external stakeholders to achieve overall organizational goals

Management is the process of coordinating organizational resources; land, labor, capital and information–to meet a goal. It is the force that unites everyone in an organization and sets everything in motion. Careers in management include retail manager, job analyst, inventory analyst, purchasing agent/retail buyer, labor relations specialist, employee benefits & compensation specialist, operations manager, and entrepreneur/business owner.


Management Degree Plan

Electives: (15 credits)  

MGMT 3310    Introduction to Entrepreneurship    3 cr
MGMT 3322    Principles of Management    3 cr
MGMT 4324    Quality Management    3 cr
MGMT 4338    Advanced Human Resource Management    3 cr
MGMT 4348    Compensation Theory and Administration    3 cr
MGMT 4350    Industry Relations    3 cr
MGMT 4360    Small Business Consulting    3 cr
MGMT 4340    Internship in Management    3 cr

Contact Information
Dr. Jack Shorter
Chair, Department of Management, Marketing and Information Systems
BUSA 226
Phone: 361.593.2130
fax: 361.593.3708

This page was last updated on: July 5, 2016