Introduction

There are two specialties in B.S. in Management: Entrepreneurship Option and Supply Chain Management Option.

B.S. in Management develops students’ technical, interpersonal, conceptual, and strategic skills and is committed to empowering students to manage local, national, and international programs, companies, and non-profit organizations. Emphasis is placed on enabling students to develop critical thinking, communication and information technology in a diverse global business environment with the ability to make effective decisions.

This program focuses on developing skills required to manage the operations of a business in local, national, and global organizations by applying technical, human, conceptual, and strategic skills. It emphasizes the development of problem-solving, critical thinking, communication and information technology skills essential for effective decisions making in a diverse global business environment. These encompass strategic decisions as well as operational decisions. The management programs empower students to pursue career opportunities in a broad range of fields including, administration, human resource management, international trade and business, information systems, financial management, purchasing, supply chain management and logistics, labor relations, production management, hospitality industry, medical and health services managers, property and construction management, real estate management, business analysis and consulting, entrepreneurial ventures, small business management, health-care management, educational leadership and non-profit/institutional administration, as well as for further study at the graduate level.

 

Career Prospects

Supply Chain & Information Management Option focusing on international supply chain management, global logistics and transportation, employment direction for enterprise supply chain, transportation industry, etc.;

Entrepreneurship management direction, focusing on venture financing, entrepreneurship management, employment direction for self-employment, SME management, family business to undertake management.

 

Major (Core) Required Courses 

Supply Chain & Information Management Option

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Advanced MIS
  • Introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • Logistics & Transportation
  • Marketing Channels
  • Business to Business (B2B) Marketing
  • Introduction to Total Quality Management
  • Supply Chain Sourcing & Procurement Management
  • Human Resources Management