BS in Management
Management majors at the School of Business and Engineering know that today's managers need to be skilled in organizational theory and business practices, but just as important, they must understand the need for strong interpersonal and motivational skills.
Core management courses cover the personal, technical and professional skills to succeed in such a demanding environment.
The management curriculum is built on a foundation of knowledge that includes the functional disciplines of business covered in the business core, complemented by a range of arts and sciences subjects appropriate to a full and balanced undergraduate education.
Many Quinnipiac management graduates now own their own business or serve in ranking corporations.
Curriculum + Requirements
Students majoring in management are required to complete 125 credits.
Business Core Curriculum (46 credits)
University Curriculum (37 credits)
Management Core (18 credits):
|MG 301||Managing Organizations in a Complex Environment||3|
|MG 304||Developing Managerial Competence||3|
|MG 321||Decision Making for Managers||3|
|MG 331||Quality Management||3|
|MG 401||Project Management||3|
|MG 402||Management Senior Seminar||3|
Management Electives (12 credits)
Take four courses from MG level 200 or higher
Open Electives (12 credits)
Minor in Management
The minor in management requires a total of 18 credits including: MG 210 Essentials of Management & Organizational Behavior (3 credits), plus five management courses.