Management Minor

This minor offers students in the non-management disciplines an opportunity to examine some of the theories, principles, and issues that influence their growth and development as managers in their chosen fields.

For a 15-credit management minor, students complete the following:

MG 0101Introduction to Management3
MG 0235Managing Human Resources3
MG 0240Leading and Managing People3
Select two courses from the following:6
Seminar in Business Law, Regulation, and Ethics
Environmental Law and Policy
Employment Law and Discrimination in the Workplace
Topics in Human Resources
Topics in Management (Shell)
Diversity in the Workplace
Career Planning
Entrepreneurship: Ideation and Validation
Social Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship: Product Development and Commercialization
Managing a Family Business
International Law
High Performance Learning Teams
Negotiations and Dispute Resolution
Ethics and Technology in Business
Managing Non-Profit Organizations
Sports Management
Performance, Compensation, and Reward
Managing People for Global Business
Cross-Cultural Management
Total Credits15