Management

In today's business world, the ability to make informed and ethical decisions in the face of uncertainty is paramount.

Emmanuel College’s management major provides graduates with a deep understanding of business principles and issues surrounding law, leadership, operations and more, supported by a strong background in the liberal arts, as well as an institutional commitment to social justice.

Major Requirements

View the 2016-2017 Academic Catalog to find course titles, numbers and descriptions.

Requirements for B.A. in Management

  • ACCT1201 Financial Accounting
  • ACCT2201 Managerial Accounting
  • ECON1101 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON1103 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Economics elective
  • MGMT1101 Introduction to Business
  • MGMT2301 Legal Environment of Business
  • MGMT2307 Organizational Behavior
  • MGMT3301 Principles of Marketing
  • MGMT3302 Operations Management
  • MGMT3305 Financial Management
  • MGMT3496 Internship
  • MGMT4303 Strategic Management

INT1001, a prerequisite for MGMT3496 and 3497 Internship, should be taken in the student's second or third year.

Management majors must also complete the following mathematics courses with a grade of C or higher:

  • MATH1117 Introduction to Statistics

and one of the following two courses:

  • MATH1111 Calculus I Or
  • MATH1121 Applied Mathematics for Management 

Minor Requirements

View the 2016-2017 Academic Catalog to find course titles, numbers and descriptions.

Requirements for Minor in Management

  • ACCT1201 Financial Accounting
  • ECON1101 Principles of Microeconomics
  • MGMT1101 Introduction to Business
  • Two Management Courses at the 2000-level or above, which may include ACCT2201 Managerial Accounting

Learning Goals + Outcomes

At the completion of the Management Major, students will:

  1. Be able to address issues of personal and social responsibility in their organizations and communities.
  2. Have fundamental knowledge of concepts and analytical tools within management, business, and economics and be able to apply this knowledge to the analysis and resolution of management problems and situations at work.
  3. Communicate effectively: orally and in writing, using concepts and analytical tools from management, business and economics.
  4. Better understand-their values, their strengths, their weaknesses and their interests-and be able to apply this self-knowledge to job and career path