Management students get a comprehensive education in entrepreneurship, human resource management, organizational behavior, organizational theory, strategic management, consulting, leadership, and international business. The curriculum offers undergraduate students either a broad-based background preparing them for entrance into managerial positions or specialized training in entrepreneurship, international studies, or management.
For those seeking a second major, view "Why Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation is the Second Major for You," from Dr. Don Kuratko, Director of the Entrepreneurial Management Academy.
Management Salary Statistics, Class of 2013
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Management Employment by Position, Class of 2013
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Companies Hiring Management Majors, Class of 2013