Business Administration, Management, BS
The management major is designed to provide students with a broad background in business by presenting courses covering the functional areas of business. This management degree program prepares students for human resource and leadership positions in business and non-profit organizations.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Leadership – Utilize exceptional interpersonal skills, inclusive practices and performance management strategies to engage and develop team and talent.
- Management Practice – Develop goals, and design and implement control mechanisms toward the successful achievement of those goals, for themselves and others.
- Communication of Ethical and Critical Thinking – Make ethical decisions, utilizing critical thinking skills, and clearly communicate the decisions made along with the rationale.
- Technology – Describe the role and impact of technology on managers and the organization.
- Data-Driven Decision-Making – Develop and implement data-driven management decision-making in business operations.
- Business Law – Define and explain the basic principles of contract, personal property and sales, agency, partnerships, corporate law, commercial paper law that apply to business transactions, etc.
- Labor Law – Define and explain labor law through case study method as it relates to Civil Rights Act, Age Discrimination Act, Family Medical Leave Act, OSHA, Unfair Labor Practices (union and employers), National Labor Relations Act, antitrust laws, representative elections procedures, and other legislations, etc.
- HR Management – Define and explain all the functions of human resource management: recruiting, selecting, training and development, compensation, performance appraisals, labor relations, etc.
- Business Knowledge – Apply knowledge of business core subjects.
- Professional Skills – Apply skills in research, communications and critical thinking.
|Common Professional Component|
|ACTG 132||Principles of Accounting I||4|
|ACTG 133||Principles of Accounting II||4|
|BUSN 121||Introduction to Business||3|
|BUSN 211||Business Statistics||3|
|BUSN 231||Business Communications||3|
|BUSN 350||Business Law I||3|
|BUSN 403||Business, Government & Society||3|
|BUSN 466||Business Policy||3|
|ECON 201||Principles Macroeconomics||3|
|ECON 202||Principles Microeconomics||3|
|FINC 341||Managerial Finance||4|
|MGMT 280||Intro Management Info Systems||3|
|MGMT 360||Management Concepts & Apps||3|
|MGMT 371||Operations/Business Analytics||3|
|MRKT 281||Marketing Principles/ Strategy||3|
|BUSN 101||Freshman Seminar||1|
|BUSN 308||Managing Cultural Differences||3|
|BUSN 355||Business Law II||3|
|MGMT 365||Human Resource Management||3|
|MGMT 380||Principles of Leadership||3|
|MGMT 451||Labor Law||4|
|MGMT 464||Organizational Behavior||3|
|MGMT 469||Collective Bargaining||3|
|MGMT 476||Employee Training/Development||4|
|MATH 111||College Algebra||3|
General Education: All LSSU bachelor’s degree candidates must complete the LSSU General Education Requirements.
A minimum of 124 credits (at the 100 level or higher) must be earned for graduation with a cumulative gpa of 2.00 or higher. A gpa of 2.00 or higher is also required in your Major, as well as in your General Education Requirements.