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Introduction to Management
The degree in Management emphasizes broad management competencies in finance, marketing, human resources, economics, law, and computers. All of these competencies are needed in industry, non-profit, and service organizations. The study of management focuses on how organizations develop and use strategies to compete in domestic and global arenas within the increasingly complex and changing social, political, economic, and technological environment.
Students are encouraged to relate theoretical learning to practice and establish bridges between the classroom and the work environment. The degree provides the framework for successful management careers in high-tech industries, manufacturing, banking and finance, Healthcare, communications, service industries, and non-profit organizations. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers in the Job Outlook, management is in the top-five degrees in demand.
Department of Business Studies Mission Statement
To provide career education with hands on learning to bridge the gap between a student’s academic career and business and industry.
The student will be able to transfer to a four-year college or university with a solid management and overall business studies foundation or become employed in an entry-level management position.