Skip to main content

Managers get work done through people. While managing effectively and efficiently has timeless elements (particularly planning, organizing, leading and controlling) it also calls for the ability to adapt to change.

Advances in technology, increasing global competition, transformation in customer demands, differing expectations of employees from different generations, and concern about environmental sustainability are a few of the many forces impacting the practice of management. The Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Management provides students with a foundational understanding for managing at any level in any organization. These include service, manufacturing and nonprofit organizations.

View Program Requirements Explore career options