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Management

Management

Leading a business means more than just being in charge. Managers direct projects and processes, lead teams and adapt to changing conditions when necessary. They need to think like an entrepreneur, understand people and keep an eye on the competition—all at the same time. We can help you develop that.

When you enroll in our Management major, you learn what it takes to be an effective, well-rounded manager. You’ll study four main areas: strategy (planning and implementation), behavior (motivation, leadership, power, and politics), organizational structure, and human resource management.

What Jobs Can You Get with a Management Degree?

The Management Major is not industry-specific; therefore, graduates pursue careers in a wide array of industries

  • District Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Financial Manager
  • General Manager
  • Human Resource Manager
  • Management Analyst
  • Manufacturing Supervisor
  • Marketing Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Property Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Store Manager
  • Trade Consultant
  • Training Specialist

What Classes Do You Take for a Management Major?

Total Credits: 123

First Semester

  • MGT 2300 Principles of Management
  • ECN 2210 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ENG 1150 Composition I
  • Elective
  • FDN 1110 Self and Service
  • MTH 1100 Finite Math, or MTH 1150 College Algebra

Second Semester

  • ECN 2220 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Elective
  • ENG 1200 Composition II
  • FDN 1220 Leaders of Free-Enterprise
  • MIS 1500 Business Productivity Software
  • MKT 2080 Principles of Marketing

First Semester

  • MGT 2500 Human Resource Management
  • ACC 2410 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
  • HIS 2100 Foundations of the Modern World I
  • MTH 2310 Statistics I
  • PSC 2010 Introduction to American Government

Second Semester

  • ACC 2415 Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
  • Elective
  • HIS 2150 Foundations of the Modern World II
  • NSC 2100 Environmental Science
  • SPC 2050 Speech

First Semester

  • MGT 3500 Operations Management
  • 3000/4000 HUM Elective
  • 3000/4000 NSC, or MTH Elective
  • FIN 3010 Financial Management
  • LAW 3000 Business Law I

Second Semester

  • MGT 3700 Practice of Management & Leadership
  • 3000/4000 Business Elective
  • 3000/4000 Elective
  • 3000/4000 PSY, or SOC Elective
  • FDN 2250 Blueprint for Success
  • PHL 3100 Ethics

First Semester

  • MGT 4250 Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 4030 International Management
  • 3000/4000 Elective
  • ENG 4010 Communication & Interpersonal Rel., or Advanced Studies in English, or Second Year Language Elective
  • PHL 4100 Philosophy of American Enterprise

Second Semester

  • MGT 4300 Management of Information Technologies
  • 3000/4000 Civic Literacy Elective
  • 3000/4000 Elective
  • 3000/4000 Global Understanding Elective
  • MGT 4800 Strategic Planning

Northwood University is devoted to continuous improvement of all programs and reserves the right to revise all curriculum guides or academic programs.

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