Management guru Peter Drucker defined management as one part marketing, one part innovation. In management, you must recognize the functions and inner-workings of an organization to help it run smoothly and effectively. This involves overseeing people in a department, or maybe even over multiple departments within a company. You need to learn how to organize, plan, control, and direct the firm's resources to achieve the organization's objectives.
A management major is designed to prepare you for a successful career focused on finding solutions to human problems in businesses, organizations, and communities. The philosophy emphasizes the importance of connecting academic knowledge and theories to personal and professional practice.While pursuing your Bachelor of Science (BS/BSc/SB), Business Management degree, you'll take classes including:
•Small Business Management
•Advanced Business Planning
•Spreadsheet and Database Applications
Management is an applicable role in many areas of a business. With your degree you could become a Human Resources (HR) Manager, Operations Manager, Retail Store Manager, General / Operations Manager, Human Resources (HR) Generalist, Human Resources (HR) Director, Project Manager, and other positions.