General Management

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
School of Management undergraduate degree programs prepare students for eventual managerial roles in both the private and the nonprofit sectors. The curriculum emphasizes both a broad exposure to mathematics and the social sciences and a general education in management studies.

The program of study in management gives particular attention to understanding the business firm in society; the management functions of planning and control; the behavior of organizations; the tools of modern management, including accounting, economics and statistics; and the ways in which managers perform such functions as production, marketing, finance and industrial relations.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The full-time MBA curriculum combines required foundation-building courses with flexible career-targeted electives.

  • Functional Areas
    Potential areas of responsibility and breakdown of tasks presented under various functional areas of general management.
  • Sample Description
    Sample basic description for a general management internship.