Degrees and Requirements

Management

Business Group majors may not declare a management minor. The minor must be completed within the student's graduation timetable.

To complete the Management Minor, 18 credits are required.

Summary of Requirements

Required Courses:

  • ADMG1001
    INTRO TO ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT |

    ADMG1001
    INTRO TO ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An introduction to the field of administration and management, focusing specifically on the area of business administration. The functional areas of business such as marketing, finance, personnel and production will be reviewed together with subjects such as economics, accounting and computers. This course is for non-business majors only.|

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  • ADMG1018
    FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT |

    ADMG1018
    FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An introduction to the three major schools of management thought: the classical, the behavioral and the management science schools. The major emphasis is on the fundamentals of each school of thought and also on the integrative approach to management, drawing on the systems and contingency approaches.|

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  • ADMG2025
    HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION |

    ADMG2025
    HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    A study of the basics of human resources management including planning, recruitment selection, motivation and performance appraisal. Also treated are salary benefits systems and an introduction to EEOC and OSHA law.|

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  • MRKT2021
    MARKETING MANAGEMENT(ADMG2021) |

    MRKT2021
    MARKETING MANAGEMENT(ADMG2021) |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    A basic study of marketing systems in the American economy. This course includes, identifying the activities involved in the flow of goods among manufacturers, brokers, wholesalers, retailers and consumers. The nature of demand, buyer behavior, costs and pricing, sales strategies, promotions and techniques are presented.Cross-listed with ADMG2021|

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Select 1 of the following courses:

  • ACCT1001
    ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS |

    ACCT1001
    ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An examination of accounting from a generalist’s perspective designed to provide the non-business major an understanding of how accounting procedures and principles affect operating, investing, and financing decisions. This course focuses on accounting concepts and principles, accounts and financial statements, and evaluating business operations. Topics include current assets, long-lived assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity. This course will not fulfill degree requirements for management division programs.|

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  • ACCT2003
    ACCOUNTING I |

    ACCT2003
    ACCOUNTING I |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    The first of a two-course introductory financial accounting sequence that examines financial accounting from the viewpoint of preparers and users of financial statements. This course focuses on a basic introduction to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles along with the principles and concepts of recording, processing, and reporting accounting information. Topics include the accounting cycle, including financial statement preparation; merchandising operations, including inventory systems and cost flow assumptions; special journals; internal control systems; cash and bank reconciliations; and receivables and uncollectible accounts. |

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Select 1 of the following courses (Micro or Macro):

  • ADMG1005
    MACROECONOMICS |

    ADMG1005
    MACROECONOMICS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An introductory economics course focusing on the field of macroeconomics, including government spending, money, inflation, unemployment and taxes. Also included are brief sections on microeconomic and economic systems.|

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  • ADMG1006
    MICROECONOMICS |

    ADMG1006
    MICROECONOMICS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An introductory economics course focusing on the field of microeconomics. Price, cost and production theory are covered in relation to competitive, monopolistic and oligopolistic industry structure. The field of labor economics is treated in some detail. Some advanced macroeconomics topics are also covered.|

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