The management minor offers critical skills and knowledge necessary for students who are primarily focusing on majors in other disciplines. The program of study prepares students to be competitive in the job market by focusing on areas such as leadership, organizational behavior, human resource management, and negotiation. Thus, the focus of the management minor is to augment the primary understandings gained in other areas and to help students understand how organizations function, provide insight into managing and leading others, as well as consider ethical and cross-cultural implications, amongst other relevant topics within the current workplace.


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Learning Outcomes

  • 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.

Career Possibilities


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Minor in Management


Department of Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology

The Department of Management, Entrepreneurship and Technology offers bachelor’s degrees in entrepreneurship and management as well as a master’s degree in management information systems (MIS), dual master’s degrees in MIS and hotel administration and MIS and MBA, and a graduate certificate in MIS.


Lee Business School

The Lee Business School advances the knowledge and practice of business; develops business leaders; and fosters intellectual and economic vitality through the creation and dissemination of knowledge and outreach.