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Program in Accounting
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Program in Management
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Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Management
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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2008-2010 School of Business-Camden Programs, Faculty, and General Information Programs of Study Program in Management  

Program in Management


The work of a manager involves analyzing, planning, and coordinating the activities of a company. The management major provides training in analyzing problems, making decisions, delegating assignments, training and supervising employees, budgeting, and coordinating. The management 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 entrepreneurship, human resource management, management information systems, strategy, and international business. Management majors can pursue a general management specialization, strategy/entrepreneurship specialization, or an ecommerce technology specialization. The general management specialization provides students with broad exposure to several management subfields. The strategy/entrepreneurship management specialization provides students with preparation for a career as an entrepreneur or a corporate entrepreneur with a strategic orientation to themes of globalization andtechnology. The ecommerce technology specializationprepares students to develop skills necessary to help businesses compete and develop strategies for web-based interactions among companies, employees, customers, and suppliers.

 
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