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Major Overview
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You will be equipped with the fundamental skills and knowledge that you’ll need to succeed within the management of global organizations, both for-profit and non-profit, as you’re exposed to various aspects of managing resources, time, and personnel. We will provide you with the tools you need to confront the challenges that face international managers in a variety of fields, as you also learn to appreciate the role of organizations within society, and cultivate an understanding of how they’re affected by legal, economic, and political developments. 

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Marketing in a Global Environment
Introduction to marketing concepts and their use in contemporary, international management.
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We want you to advance in our program in a way that best suits your personal interests and career aspirations. Your classes will incorporate lectures, discussions, and case studies to help you develop a nuanced comprehension of fields that include planning, controlling, and organizing resources, time, and personnel as you later delve into strategy and leadership or take on a more creative approach to management.

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Build Your Degree
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With every single one of our majors, you’ll find a carefully curated medley of core courses and electives, which will provide you with the tools you need to establish an unshakeable foundation in the principles and concepts fundamental to your growth within your disciplines of choice. Many majors also enable you to specialize further within the broader area of study.

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Core Courses

We aim to help you develop a range of skills, capacities, and modes of inquiry that will be crucial for your future since employers and graduate schools are looking for the critical thinking and innovative problem-solving skills that are associated with a liberal arts education, including sophisticated writing abilities, willingness to pose difficult questions, and an understanding of the historical and cultural contexts surrounding a topic or decision. 

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Specialization

Your Management major will be focused in one of the following three specializations: 

  • General Management 

  • Global Business Strategy and Leadership 

  • Art and Creativity  

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The Management core courses, which you must take as part of the major requirements, will provide you with the tools you’ll need to ground your present and future studies. Your introduction to the fundamentals of Management will help pave the way for your successful completion of other Management courses.

 
BA1020 Introduction To The Business Experience

Teams of student-managers compete in an integrated, international business simulation designed to introduce them to business concepts. Students will manage a company operating in the international digital camera market. Using a hands-on experiential approach, teams make management, marketing, human resources, operations, finance and corporate social responsibility decisions that allow them to meet their firm’s objectives over ten fiscal years. Students are graded on company performance, and on individual and group analysis of the situation at hand.

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MA1020 Applied Statistics I

Introduces the tools of statistical analysis. Combines theory with extensive data collection and computer-assisted laboratory work. Develops an attitude of mind accepting uncertainty and variability as part of problem analysis and decision-making. Topics include: exploratory data analysis and data transformation, hypothesis-testing and the analysis of variance, simple and multiple regression with residual and influence analyses.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
EC2010 Principles Of Microeconomics

Focuses on the role played by relative market prices in our society and on the forces of market supply and demand in determining these prices. Since the actions of consumers and firms underlie supply and demand, the course studies in detail the behavior of these two groups.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA2001 Financial Accounting

Introduces the basics of financial accounting and reporting for corporations. Studies how to measure and record accounting data and prepare financial statements. Emphasizes the effects of transactions on the financial condition of a company and explores the technical aspects of the principles underlying published financial statements.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA2020 Management & Organizational Behavior

Introduces various aspects of the process by which people work to achieve organizational goals, and the structure and functions of the organization in which they occur. Using lectures, discussions, and case studies, the course focuses on the problems and challenges facing international management in the fields of planning, controlling, and organizing resources, time, and personnel.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA2040 Marketing In A Global Environment

Introduces marketing concepts and their use in contemporary management. Considers how individuals and firms process information to make decisions, and how firms determine and meet customer demands and needs. Through lectures, discussions, case studies, and written analyses, the course examines the marketing function from a strategic and functional point of view. Considers marketing in the US and in an international context. This is an introductory level class for students with no previous marketing class.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA3010 Corporate Finance

Examines finance as the practical application of economic theory and accounting data in the procurement and employment of capital funds. Applies the principles of strong fiscal planning and control to asset investment, and debt and equity financing decisions. Emphasizes sound leveraging in view of the time value of money, subject to the pernicious effects of taxation and inflation. BA 2002 recommended for simultaneous registration.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA4050 Business Integration Capstone

This course is designed to ensure that students understood and retained the most salient parts of their undergraduate education. During this course students must pass exams covering the learning objectives of their degree program.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
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Major Overview

You will be equipped with the fundamental skills and knowledge that you’ll need to succeed within the management of global organizations, both for-profit and non-profit, as you’re exposed to various aspects of managing resources, time, and personnel. We will provide you with the tools you need to confront the challenges that face international managers in a variety of fields, as you also learn to appreciate the role of organizations within society, and cultivate an understanding of how they’re affected by legal, economic, and political developments. 

Featured Course

Marketing in a Global Environment

Introduction to marketing concepts and their use in contemporary, international management.

Learning Environment

We want you to advance in our program in a way that best suits your personal interests and career aspirations. Your classes will incorporate lectures, discussions, and case studies to help you develop a nuanced comprehension of fields that include planning, controlling, and organizing resources, time, and personnel as you later delve into strategy and leadership or take on a more creative approach to management.

Petra

Student

I really enjoy how the faculty and staff’s personal approaches and the...

Tove

Alumna '14

I got to take advantage of small classes, highly dedicated professors, and...

Major Components
Build Your Degree

With every single one of our majors, you’ll find a carefully curated medley of core courses and electives, which will provide you with the tools you need to establish an unshakeable foundation in the principles and concepts fundamental to your growth within your disciplines of choice. Many majors also enable you to specialize further within the broader area of study.

Core Courses

Core Courses

We aim to help you develop a range of skills, capacities, and modes of inquiry that will be crucial for your future since employers and graduate schools are looking for the critical thinking and innovative problem-solving skills that are associated with a liberal arts education, including sophisticated writing abilities, willingness to pose difficult questions, and an understanding of the historical and cultural contexts surrounding a topic or decision. 

Scroll to Core Courses

Specialization

Specialization

Your Management major will be focused in one of the following three specializations: 

  • General Management 

  • Global Business Strategy and Leadership 

  • Art and Creativity  

View All Mangement Requirements

Core Curriculum

The Management core courses, which you must take as part of the major requirements, will provide you with the tools you’ll need to ground your present and future studies. Your introduction to the fundamentals of Management will help pave the way for your successful completion of other Management courses.

 
BA1020 Introduction To The Business Experience

Teams of student-managers compete in an integrated, international business simulation designed to introduce them to business concepts. Students will manage a company operating in the international digital camera market. Using a hands-on experiential approach, teams make management, marketing, human resources, operations, finance and corporate social responsibility decisions that allow them to meet their firm’s objectives over ten fiscal years. Students are graded on company performance, and on individual and group analysis of the situation at hand.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
MA1020 Applied Statistics I

Introduces the tools of statistical analysis. Combines theory with extensive data collection and computer-assisted laboratory work. Develops an attitude of mind accepting uncertainty and variability as part of problem analysis and decision-making. Topics include: exploratory data analysis and data transformation, hypothesis-testing and the analysis of variance, simple and multiple regression with residual and influence analyses.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
EC2010 Principles Of Microeconomics

Focuses on the role played by relative market prices in our society and on the forces of market supply and demand in determining these prices. Since the actions of consumers and firms underlie supply and demand, the course studies in detail the behavior of these two groups.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA2001 Financial Accounting

Introduces the basics of financial accounting and reporting for corporations. Studies how to measure and record accounting data and prepare financial statements. Emphasizes the effects of transactions on the financial condition of a company and explores the technical aspects of the principles underlying published financial statements.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA2020 Management & Organizational Behavior

Introduces various aspects of the process by which people work to achieve organizational goals, and the structure and functions of the organization in which they occur. Using lectures, discussions, and case studies, the course focuses on the problems and challenges facing international management in the fields of planning, controlling, and organizing resources, time, and personnel.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA2040 Marketing In A Global Environment

Introduces marketing concepts and their use in contemporary management. Considers how individuals and firms process information to make decisions, and how firms determine and meet customer demands and needs. Through lectures, discussions, case studies, and written analyses, the course examines the marketing function from a strategic and functional point of view. Considers marketing in the US and in an international context. This is an introductory level class for students with no previous marketing class.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA3010 Corporate Finance

Examines finance as the practical application of economic theory and accounting data in the procurement and employment of capital funds. Applies the principles of strong fiscal planning and control to asset investment, and debt and equity financing decisions. Emphasizes sound leveraging in view of the time value of money, subject to the pernicious effects of taxation and inflation. BA 2002 recommended for simultaneous registration.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >
BA4050 Business Integration Capstone

This course is designed to ensure that students understood and retained the most salient parts of their undergraduate education. During this course students must pass exams covering the learning objectives of their degree program.

SEE IN COURSE CATALOG >