Dec 01, 2021  
2019-2020 Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of Management


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The Department of Management offers majors in business administration, hospitality management, sales and marketing, and supply chain management. Specific education in each major contains both theoretical and application components to enhance student competitiveness in the job market. Many of our students are recruited by Fortune 500 companies. Course study includes communications, information technology, and analytical skills. Internship and co-op experiences are offered to enhance student real-world experience. Department faculty has industry experience that is transferable to the classroom. This strengthens the learning environment and enhances the student experience. The curriculum in each of the departmental majors offered is designed develop and enhance the following competencies.

Business Administration

  1. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of core business skills.
  2. An ability to demonstrate a fundamental and intermediate knowledge of existing theory of management.
  3. An ability to demonstrate an understanding of quantitative methods as applied to business problems.
  4. An ability to effectively communicate how to use business concepts and principles An ability to develop ethical perspectives and sense of moral responsibility.
  5. An ability to analyze and operate in different global economic and business systems.
  6. An ability to demonstrate the skills, knowledge and ability to research, synthesize, make decisions, develop / implement and use feedback to operate and control business systems operations

Hospitality Management

  1. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of core business skills related to the hospitality industry.
  2. An ability to demonstrate a fundamental and intermediate knowledge of existing theory of hospitality management.
  3. An ability to demonstrate an understanding of quantitative methods necessary for fiscal responsibility on hospitality related enterprises.
  4. An ability to effectively communicate with stakeholders business concepts, principles, and systems
  5. An ability to develop ethical perspectives and sense of moral responsibility. An ability to provide unbiased service across cultures.
  6. An ability to analyze and operate in different global economic and business systems.

Sales and Marketing

  1. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of core business skills.
  2. An ability to demonstrate a fundamental and intermediate knowledge of existing sales and marketing theory
  3. An ability to demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills required to address business problems.
  4. An ability to effectively communicate across the channel of distribution business concepts, and principles.
  5. An ability to develop ethical perspectives and sense of moral responsibility.
  6. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of procurement methods and the importance of developing buyer-supplier relationships.
  7. An ability to analyze and operate in different global economic and business systems.
  8. An ability to demonstrate the skills, knowledge and ability to research, synthesize, make decisions, develop / implement and use feedback to operate and control business systems operations.

Supply Chain Management

  1. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of core business skills.
  2. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of procurement methods and the importance of developing buyer-supplier relationships.
  3. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of E-Business and E-Business System Development.
  4. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of tools and methodologies in product/service transformation processes.
  5. An ability to demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills in logistics, including transport service, customer service distribution operations, warehousing, packaging, carrier selection, transport costing, and negotiations.
  6. An ability to demonstrate knowledge of principles, theories, and techniques in supply chain management operations and logistics in a global environment, including global supply chain structure and relationship with global supply chain members.
  7. An ability to develop ethical perspectives and sense of moral responsibility. 

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