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Management Curriculum

The Bachelor of Science degree in Management requires a minimum of 125 credits. Students must earn a grade of C or better in each 300- and 400-level course.

Current Students: See the Recommended Academic Plans for more detailed course recommendations and refer to the University Bulletin for course descriptions and more degree requirements. Also be sure to check out Advice for Management Majors and find other resources on the Current Students page.

Typical Course Sequence

Below is a typical course sequence for the Management bachelor's degree program. Schedules will vary by student, depending on areas of interest.

Semester 1Credits Semester 2Credits
Calculus4Effective Speech3
Rhetoric and Composition3Arts Course3
Humanities Course3Introduction to Microeconomics3
Natural Science Course1Natural Science Course3
Health and Physical Activity1.5Humanities Course3
First-Year Seminar1Total Credits15
Total Credits15.5  
Semester 3  Semester 4 
Financial and Managerial Accounting4Writing for Business3
Arts course3Statistics4
Legal Environment of Business2Natural Science Course3
Social and Ethical Environment of Business2Introduction to Management Information Systems3
Introduction to Macroeconomics3Health and Physical Activity1.5
Total Credits14Total Credits14.5
Semester 5  Semester 6 
Introduction to Operations Management3Organizational Theory3
Employment Relations3Introduction to Human Resources Management3
Principles of Marketing3Project Management3
Corporate Finance3International Business course3
Basic Management Concepts
3Supporting Business course3
Total Credits16Non-Business elective
3
  Total Credits18
Semester 7  Semester 8 
Business Strategy
3Negotiation and Conflict Management (example)3
Advanced Human Resources Management (example)
3Supporting Business course3
Economics of Labor2Supporting Business course3
Non-Business elective3Non-Business elective3
Non-Business elective3Non-Business elective3
Total Credits15Total Credits15
 
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