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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2018 School of Business-Camden Academic Programs and Requirements Programs of Study Bachelor of Science in Management  

Bachelor of Science in Management


The management major provides training in analyzing problems, making decisions, delegating assignments, training and supervising employees, budgeting, and coordinating. This major provides the skills needed to secure an entry-level position, as well as the tools needed by top management to lead an organization. The management area encompasses operations, entrepreneurship, management information systems, strategy, and international business.

Management majors can pursue a specialization in general management, strategy/entrepreneurship, or ecommerce technology. The general management specialization provides students with broad exposure to several management subfields. Strategy/international business/entrepreneurship specialization provides training to be an entrepreneur in a global economy. The ecommerce technology specialization prepares students to develop skills necessary to help businesses compete and develop strategies for web-based interactions among companies, employees, customers, and suppliers.


Major Specific Courses

52:533:365 Strategic Human Resource Management

52:620:369 Multinational Business

52:623:___ ecommerce elective

52:533/620/623 area elective

52:533/620/623 area elective

52:533/620/623 area elective

52:___:___ advanced business elective

52:___:___ advanced business elective


Major Specific Elective Requirements


Management Electives 52:533/620/623: Students are required to complete 9 credits in management (620), human resource management (533), or ecommerce and information technology (623) elective area courses at or above the 300 level. The student is not required to complete all 9 credits from a single area, but may choose to complete all three area elective courses (9 credits), from one of the designated areas below, for a management area concentration:


Human Resource Management: Completion of 9 credits in 533 area courses at or above the 300 level.


Management Information Systems: Completion of 9 credits in 623 area courses at or above the 300 level.


Entrepreneurship and Strategy: 9 credits from:


52:620:483 Entrepreneurship: New Venture Creation (required)


52:135:310 Raising Capital for Entrepreneurs


52:620:315 Corporate Restructuring and Turnarounds


52:620:320 Total Quality Management


52:620:326 Supply Chain Strategy


52:620:486 Developing a Consulting Business


52:620:487 Independent Study in Management (related)


52:620:488 Strategic Management of Technology


52:620:489 Corporate Reorganization and Turnaround Strategy


52:620:490 Mergers and Acquisitions


52:620:491 Special Topics: Social Entrepreneurship


No more than 3 credits from:


52:630:355 Personal Selling


52:630:361 Digital Marketing Strategy


52:630:385 Marketing Research


Advanced Business Electives: Students are required to complete 6 credits in any school 52 (subject 010, 135, 390, 533, 620, 623, or 630) course at or above the 300 level.

 
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