The major in Management & Leadership prepares graduates to manage and lead individuals, teams, and projects in a variety of contexts across all functional areas of business in profit and not-for-profit environments. The diversified course of study develops graduates for positions in management, human resources, management development, training, change leadership, employee benefits, compensation, cross-cultural management, public sector management, consulting, small business, and labor relations. The content, skills, and practices learned in management and leadership are transferable across many industries, functions and roles. In addition, students seeking careers specializing in the human resources function can select courses that directly specialize their training.
If you have questions about whether you should change your major, or for more information on this major, please contact a faculty member in this area of the department. They include the following:
Essentials: Take all of these (12 hours):
Foundations: Take any 3 of the following (12 hours):
Integration & Synergy: Required Courses in Senior Year (6 hours):
You can see a flowchart of the Management & Leadership Major here
Last modified on 10/19/12 | Content maintained by Management Department