The management program provides students with a firm foundation in both the managerial and analytical skills they'll need to succeed in management long after that first entry-level position.
Opportunities for real-world project assignments and internships strengthen the student experience. Management majors have many opportunities in both the public and private sectors.
When you graduate with a degree in Management, you should be able to:
• Demonstrate knowledge of key issues/concepts in major disciplinary areas: organizational behavior, organizational theory, human resources, strategic management, and international business.
• Diagnose managerial problems/issues and offer sound solutions.
• Conduct research to gather data, analyze it, and present it in meaningful ways.
• Demonstrate knowledge of ethical, multi-cultural and multinational perspectives surrounding management issues.
Want to come study Management at St. Ambrose? Contact the Managerial Studies Department Chair, Dr. Ron Wastyn.