Management Major, BBA - Business Management Concentration (NYC and PLV)

The Business Management concentration gives students the flexibility to select from a wide array of management and related business courses to build a concentration which is tailored to their individual academic and career interests. Students are required to take at least two general management courses as part of Group I and two courses may be selected from Group II, which allows for specialization in a specific management or related business area. One course in International Management is also required.

Requirements

University Core (53 Credits)

(See University Core Curriculum Requirements for Lubin Students. CIS 101 or TS 105, MAT 104, ECO 105, and MAT 117 are required as part of the University Core.)

Lubin Foundation Requirements in Quantitative Reasoning (6 Credits)

(See Lubin Foundation Requirements in Quantitative Reasoning. Includes ECO 105, ECO 106, MAT 111 and MAT 117. ECO 105 and MAT 117 are applied to University Core AOK- HSN (formerly AOK 5).)

Business Core (29 Credits)

Major Requirements (18 Credits)

MGT 250Managerial and Organizational Concepts

3 credits

MGT 355Management Science and Production Management Concepts

3 credits

MGT 490Business Strategy

3 credits

MGT 322Organizational Behavior

3 credits

(MGT 250, MGT 355, and MGT 490 (9 credits) are applied to the Business Core.)

Business Management Concentration (15 Credits)

Required International Management Course (3 Credits)

Select ONE course from the following:

MGT 340International Management

3 credits

MGT 341Comparative Management Systems

3 credits

MGT 342The Human Dimension in International Management

3 credits

MGT 347International Management Field Study

3 credits

Elective Concentration Courses (12 Credits)

Select at least TWO courses (6 credits) from Group I.

The remaining TWO courses (6 credits) may be taken from Group I or Group II.

Group I: General Management Courses
MGT 316Venture Initiation and Entrepreneurship

3 credits

MGT 330Business and Society

3 credits

MGT 357Project Management for Business

3 credits

MGT 362Human Resources Management

3 credits

MGT 364Organizational Theory and Development

3 credits

MGT 365Managerial Negotiations

3 credits

MGT 366Leadership Principles and Practice

3 credits

MGT 340 if not used to satisfy International Management Course requirement.

Group II: Specialized Business Courses
MGT 307Hotel Management

3 credits

MGT 308Travel and Tourism Management

3 credits

MGT 309Restaurant and Foodservices Management

3 credits

MGT 312Event Management

3 credits

MGT 315Small Business Management

3 credits

MGT 353Advanced Data Analysis for Business Decisions

3 credits

MGT 394AManagement Internship

3 credits

FIN 352Risk Management

3 credits

LAW 310Employment Law

3 credits

MAR 331Managerial Marketing

3 credits

MGT 343International Management Environments: Asia

3 credits

or

MGT 344International Management Environments: Latin America

3 credits

or

MGT 345International Management Environments: Europe

3 credits

MGT 341, MGT 342, or MGT 347 if not used to satisfy International Management Course Requirement.

Only one of the International Management Environments courses listed above (MGT 343, MGT 344 or MGT 345) maybe applied to the Business Management Concentration.

MGT 308 satisfies Civic Engagement (CE) requirement.

MGT 312, MGT 343 and MGT 353 are offered on New York City Campus only.

Open Electives (22 Credits)

Includes UNV 101 (1 credit) for first-year students.

Total Credit Hours: 128

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