BS in Management
Businesses around the globe and across all industries need individuals who have been trained to understand the "big picture" open systems integration of how organizations function. A degree in management provides an opportunity for students to develop managerial expertise through the required curriculum, which has a focus on the essential business functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling within a dynamic, global business environment.
Our department is committed to educational excellence and fosters the development of analytical skills, critical thinking, and leadership core competencies for managing projects, operations, information and an increasingly diverse workforce.
Our collective vision in the management department is to establish and maintain national prominence in each of our core discipline areas.
We intend to achieve this vision through the development and continuous improvement of key initiatives that support:
- Excellence in advising
- Excellence in curriculum
- Excellence in curriculum delivery
- Excellence in student learning assessment
Our mission is to serve students in ways that develop them as whole managers and leaders capable of excelling in and integrating both behavioral and technical skills.
Students completing a concentration in management will gain foundational knowledge of management theory and research. In addition, they will garner real world, hands-on application of those skills to assist organizations in achieving their strategic plans and goals. In particular, students completing a degree in management will be able to:
- Administer a variety of management systems to assess employee and organizational needs in different types of organizational environments;
- Communicate models, theories and concepts in both written and oral formats to management at any level;
- Develop recommendations for improvement to organizational processes, practices or policies;
- Demonstrate persuasion, empathy, fairness and an ability to handle conflict when dealing with and responding to coworkers, supervisors, subordinates, customers or suppliers; and
- Acquire advanced knowledge of theoretical underpinnings and current best practices in organizational processes.
Curriculum + Requirements
Students majoring in management are required to complete 125 credits.
Business Core Curriculum (46 credits)
University Curriculum (37 credits)
Management Core (15 credits):
|MG 301||Group and Virtual Team Processes||3|
|MG 302||Human Resource Management||3|
|MG 321||Decision Making for Managers||3|
|MG 335||Project Management||3|
|MG 402||Management Senior Seminar||3|
Management Electives or Human Resource Management Concentration (15 credits)
Take five courses from MG level 200 or higher (not included in the Management Core) or complete a track in Human Resource Management (HRM).
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has acknowledged that Quinnipiac University's bachelor of science in management degree with a concentration in HRM fully aligns with SHRM's HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates. Throughout the world, 339 programs in 258 educational institutions have been acknowledged by SHRM as being in alignment with its suggested guides and templates. The HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates were developed by SHRM to define the minimum HR content areas that should be studied by HR students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The guidelines - created in 2006 and revalidated in 2010 and 2013 - are part of SHRM's Academic Initiative to define HR education standards taught in university business schools and help universities develop degree programs that follow these standards.
Required Courses for HRM Track:
|MG 306||Staffing: Recruitment, Selection & Placement||3|
|MG 311||Employment Law and Labor Relations||3|
|MG 345||Training & Development||3|
|MG 355||Compensation & Benefits||3|
|IB 352||International Management||3|
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.