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Department of Management

The Department of Management offers a robust curriculum including business communication, entrepreneurship, human resource management, international and cross-cultural management, operations management, organizational behavior, and strategy. Whether you choose a BBA in Management with an HR or Entrepreneurial Studies concentration, an MBA, or a Master’s in Human Resource Management, you will thrive in an environment focused on the four core business values of ethics, equity, excellence, and engagement. Explore real-world applications of the skills you’ll build in the classroom by taking advantage of nearly two dozen business student organizations, honors societies, internships and competitive opportunities to make connections with other business leaders of tomorrow.

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BBA in Management

The management program prepares students for challenging careers and educates our students to become successful managers and leaders in a dynamic business world. There are two concentration options within the management program: entrepreneurial studies and human resource management. The concentration in entrepreneurial studies is designed for students who wish to start, operate, or expand their own businesses or family-owned businesses. The concentration in human resource management is designed to prepare students for careers in human resource management.

MS in Human Resource Management

The Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSHRM) program is a flexible, part-time program designed to prepare students for successful careers in human resource management. Compared to the MBA program, which offers a broad-based business education, the MSHRM is a specialized program focusing exclusively on the major aspects of human resource management.

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