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The management minor is for business majors only. The following courses are required for the minor. Only three courses can be used from their major to meet the requirements.

Highlights

  • Real-world cases examined to understand theory
  • Faculty employed in various industries bring courses to life through first-hand examples
  • Experiential learning methods to appeal to various learning styles
  • Clear feedback on assignments to foster learning
  • Texts that present the latest theories and techniques in management

Career opportunities

A minor in management can support a variety of business-related careers including, but not limited to: foreman positions, retail management, directorships, supervisory positions, and numerous assistant and associate positions related to management.

Course listing

Required Courses (12 Units)

CodeTitleUnits
MGT 355Organizational Behavior3
MGT 360Human Resource Management3
MGT 457Risk Management3
MKT 314Logistics3

Select two of the following (6units)

CodeTitleUnits
MGT 352Organizational Communication3
LEAD 405Leadership Concepts and Practice3
MGT 362Nonprofit Management3
MKT 303Market Research3
MKT 307Advertising and Promotion3
MKT 316Sales Management3
BUS 486Topics in Business3

Minor Requirements: 18 Units

Program director

Susan Cox
Susan Cox, Ed.D.

Interim Dean of the School of Business, Assistant Professor of Business