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Management (B.B.A.)

The primary goal of a leader is to create the conditions in which an organization can successfully train and develop future leaders so that the organization continues to thrive after their departure. To do so, managers must have great communication skills, think critically and logically, and have an understanding of leadership. The Mike Cottrell College of Business provides the necessary opportunities and skills for college graduates to become professionals and leaders in the field of management.

The Management (B.B.A.) provides courses in a variety of business management fields so graduates leave the college with an understanding of a variety of business-related fields.

In addition to their core business and management courses, management students must select one of the following concentrations: entrepreneurship, business leadership, supply chain management or general management. Each of these concentrations were developed to meet the needs of regional employers and as a reflection of changes in the general business environment.

Admissions Information

Bachelor's degree seeking students may declare a Business major at any point, but must successfully complete an online advising module related to their business major and meet admission requirements prior to enrolling in any advanced 3000/4000 level course.

What can you do with a career in management?

A business management degree from the Mike Cottrell College of Business allows business graduates a great deal of flexibility in their career path while also preparing them for many roles in an organization.

Management graduates from the Mike Cottrell College of Business have gone on to serve in a variety of roles in organizations. These roles include:

  • Business Analyst
  • Human Resources Management
  • Non-Profit Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Account Manager
  • Retail Management
  • and more

Student Life

Management students have a variety of options to get involved ranging from Enactus to the American Marketing Association. Since management graduates tend to enter into a variety of fields, management students may participate in a wide variety of business-related student organizations and actively get involved in internships and other activities including international study abroad.

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