Academic Catalog

Management (B.A.)

The Management major prepares individuals to compete in a technology-intensive manufacturing or service economy. The required courses have students analyze contemporary management problems, participate in team projects and develop skills in managing people to drive organizational effectiveness.

Admissions Requirements

Students who meet the University requirements for regular admission are eligible for admission to the Mike Ilitch School of Business.

Degree Requirements

Candidates for the bachelor’s degree must complete 120 credits including satisfaction of the degree requirements. All course work must be completed in accordance with the academic rules of the University and those of the Mike Ilitch School of Business.

The management major prepares individuals to compete in a technology-intensive manufacturing or service economy. The required courses have students analyze contemporary management problems participate in team projects and develop skills in managing people to drive organizational effectiveness.

Students majoring in management will complete the following three core courses, and then select from the designated elective courses listed below.

Management Major

The Management major prepares individuals to compete in a technology-intensive manufacturing or service economy. The required courses have students analyze contemporary management problems, participate in team projects and develop skills in managing people to drive organizational effectiveness.
Major Courses
MGT 5530Advanced Organizational Behavior3
MGT 5700Human Resource Management3
MGT 6995Topics in Management3
Elective Courses
Select three of the following:9
Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Project Management
Managing Organizational Structure and Processes
The Entrepreneur and Venture Creation
Employee Relations
Staffing and Selection
Internship in Management
Project Management
Total Credits18

Concentration in Human Resource Management

The concentration in Human Resource Management prepares Management majors for a career in the human resource management field by providing additional depth in specific functional areas of human resources beyond the major’s required courses. Students will learn advanced human resource management techniques and how to demonstrate the value of human resource management practices to support business strategy. This concentration is only available to students majoring in Management. Management majors with a concentration in Human Resource Management must complete the following courses.

Major Courses
MGT 5530Advanced Organizational Behavior3
MGT 5700Human Resource Management3
MGT 6995Topics in Management3
HR Concentration Required Courses
MGT 5730Introduction to HR Analytics3
MGT 5740Employee Relations3
MGT 5770Staffing and Selection 3
Total Credits18
 
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