Management, B.B.A.

The major in Management offers preparation for general administrative careers in general management and leadership in business, government, industry, and non-profit organizations. Additionally, coursework for specialized careers in human resources management and supply chain management are options for programs of study in management. 

Students who want to work in human resources management will likely take managerial roles in areas such as training/development manager, human resources recruiter, employee relations specialist, employee selection manager, and employee benefits administrator.

The major in Management with a Supply Chain Management concentration offers students an opportunity to develop skills to work in career positions such as supply chain analyst, buyer, planner, inventory control specialist, production scheduling analyst, logistics coordinator/analyst, and capacity management specialist.

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