General Management Concentration

The General Management concentration provides students with opportunities to develop the technical, interpersonal, conceptual, diagnostic, communication, and decision-making skills to effectively carry out management functions. The General Management concentration is designed with the flexibility to permit students to select management courses that will meet their specific interests and career objectives.  For this concentration, students complete a total of eighteen (18) credit hours including nine (9) credit hours in required concentration core courses and nine (9) credit hours in concentration electives.

General Management Concentration Required Courses (9 credit hours): 

MGMT 4040Organizational Behavior

3 credits

MGMT 4100Organization Change and Design

3 credits

One additional (3 credit) Management core course from the list below:
MGMT 3510Human Resource Management

3 credits

MGMT 3710Entrepreneurial Foundations

3 credits

MGMT 4110Staffing the Organization

3 credits

MGMT 4050Managerial Decision Making

3 credits

MGMT 4150International Management

3 credits

MGMT 4000Special Topics in Management

1 - 5 credits

MGMT 3600/BSAD 3600/MKT 3600Business Ethics

3 credits

General Management Concentration Elective Courses (9 credit hours):

MGMT 4090/BSAD 8096/ITIN 4090Principles of Collaboration

3 credits

Or

MGMT 4340Management of Teams

3 credits

MGMT 4050Managerial Decision Making

3 credits

MGMT 4000Special Topics in Management

1 - 5 credits

MGMT 4510Management Internship

1 - 3 credits

**MGMT 4000 Special Topics in Management can be taken multiple times and may include one or more of the following topics: Managerial Negotiation, Applied Leadership for Managers, Project Management, or any other department-approved topic.

 

Note:  Courses utilized to satisfy the General Management required courses may not be utilized to fulfill General Management elective course requirements.