Management Curriculum

Required Courses

In addition to the Management (MG-201) and Business Policy (MG-402) courses that are required as part of the Sellinger business core, all management students must take the following four courses as part of the concentration: 

  • MG-404: Managing Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • MG-405: Managing Human Resources
  • MG-406: Managing Teams
  • MG-407: Managing Corporate Strategy 

Tracks

Management students are also required to take two additional courses from one of the following three tracks in order to complete the concentration. Students are welcome to delve even further in or across these tracks by selecting courses from different tracks and using free electives: 

Organizational Management

This track provides students will the knowledge and skills to effectively manage an organization’s human and social capital, strategy, and culture. This track helps students develop essential conceptual, interpersonal, and technical skills needed to manage people and processes in a variety of organizational settings. 

Elective courses that fulfill the Organizational Management track include the following:

  • IS-353: Data Management and Database Systems
  • IS-358: Business Intelligence and Data Mining
  • LW-406: Commercial Law
  • MG-412: Leading Change formerly Leadership
  • MG-419: Special Topics in Management
  • MG-452: Power and Influence
  • MG-499: Management Internship
  • MK-449: Customer Experience-Study Tour to Disney
  • OM-334: Global Supply Chain Management
  • OM-335: Project Management

Entrepreneurial Management

This track provides students with the knowledge and skills to analyze opportunities, solve problems innovatively, and develop new business concepts. This track will put students on the path toward starting an entrepreneurial venture, becoming a family-business owner, or engaging in innovative initiatives within established organizations.

Elective courses that fulfill the Entrepreneurial Management tract include the following:

  • CS/EG/PH-491: Technical Innovation and Entrepreneurship 
  • MG-419: Special Topics in Management
  • MG-451: Global Social Entrepreneurship
  • MG-499: Management Internship
  • MK-444: New Product Development and Management
  • SA/PT-360: Digital Mixed Media

Note: Students who elect to take this track are also strongly encouraged to minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

International Management

This track provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to help a business manage pursuit of foreign market entry, sourcing, co-production, outsourcing and other operational opportunities, manage expatriates, and cross-cultural differences, as well as support a business unit’s role within a firm’s broader corporate-level international strategy.

Elective courses that fulfill the International Management tract include the following:

  • EC-304: Survey of International Economics 
  • IB-470: Special Topics in International Business
  • IB-473: Global Strategic Alliances
  • IB-499: Management Internship
  • IS-360: Management of Global Information Systems-Study Tour to Ireland
  • MG-415: International Management
  • MG-419: Special Topics in Management
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