Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Management
The program of study for the Management major prepares students for management positions in various sectors of business and industry, including banking and finance, retail, hospitality, service providers, and healthcare as well as local, state, and federal government, nonprofit organizations, and self-employment.
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- Identify and explain the major tasks of the manager.
- Discuss and apply major theories concerning the behavior of people in modern business organizations.
- Identify and discuss alternate theories concerning the role of business in society and implications of these theories.
- Identify and discuss key issues involved in international management.
- Identify and discuss key issues in the relations between workers and managers.
- Work with others to identify challenges to your business and develop strategies to deal with them.
- Present analyses of and solutions to management problems.
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Human Resource Management Concentration
Management majors who want to focus on human resources may do so by declaring the Human Resource Management concentration. This concentration within the management major will prepare students for one of the most fundamental aspects for any business: hiring the right people for the right jobs. Students will also learn how to retain, train, compensate and gain a competitive advantage through those they hire.
- Identify the various recruitment and selection methods in order to make valid staffing decisions that are professionally and legally acceptable.
- Recognize and evaluate the need for employee growth and create and implement training and development programs to help them succeed.
- Create a pay structure that indicates employee compensation levels while being cognizant of internal and external equity issues. Additionally, differentiate between various required, expected, and optional fringe benefits and design a benefits plan that considers government regulations and administrative costs.
- Develop the ability to work effectively with performance appraisal systems to accomplish the following: determine whether an organization’s performance appraisal system is just, legal, and ethical; develop a variety of techniques to recognize and assess performance; and provide effective feedback and discipline for employees.
- Recognize the central role that human resources can serve in helping to create the strategic direction of the organization.