Minor in Management
Special emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills that are increasingly useful to managers, such as conceptual, analytical, communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills. Students learn to diagnose organizational issues in a way that reflects an understanding of multiple, interacting levels of organizational analysis, including current environmental and global forces.
Management Minor requirements:
- MG 240 Interpersonal Relations in Management
- MG 345 Organizations and Environment
- One Management Elective
- One Arts and Science Elective from among the following courses OR One Management Elective:
GLS 310 Perspectives on Global Commerce
GLS 312 International Organizations
GLS 322 Case Studies in Culture and Commerce in Africa
EC 251 Development of Economic Thought
EC 321 International Economic Growth and Development
EC 331 Modern Economic Systems
EC 343 Health Economics
COM 210 Effective Speaking
COM 322 Theories of Persuasion
MA 225 Probability Models in Business Decision Making
MA 263 Continuous Probability for Risk Management
PS 311 Social Psychology
PH 130 Corporate Social Responsibility
PH 131 Philosophy of Work
SO 263 Sociology of Work
SO 265 Talk at Work
HI 314 History of the World Economy
HI 347 Work and the American Worker
HI 343 History of American Technology
HI 353 20th US Economic History
Other A&S courses can be used with approval of the Minors Coordinator.
Please note that GB 215 is a prerequisite for all MG courses.
All minors must be approved by the coordinator and declared via the Minors Program Enrollment Form.
Refer to the Advising Directory to identify the appropriate Minor Coordinator