B.B.A Major in Management
The UND Management program develops student's ability to analyze and solve problems confronting today's for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Students learn about deicision-making and planning, organizing resources and work processes, leading groups, and managing technology.
The Management curriculum is broad enough to prepare students for a variety of career opportunities. Surveys of past graduates identify this breadth as a major strength of the program. In addition to coursework, many management students also pursue internship opportunities with businesses. The program provides a background of professional education for general management or human resource careers in retail, manufacturing, banking, aviation, health care, public service, and other fields where sound management skills are important.
Students may be admitted to the College of Business & Public Administration and may elect a major within a business discipline after completing at least 60 semester hours at UND or other accredited institutions.
They must also have earned a minimum grade point average of 2.75 (2.0 is C) in all courses attempted and a “C” or better in the six courses comprising a sophomore-level pre-business core.
Students planning to transfer to UND from a junior college should enroll in only those junior college business courses that are offered as freshman or sophomore level courses at UND.
Goals and Objectives
Goal 1: Students will understand the traditional functions of management including planning, organizing, leading and controlling and become familiar with current management and business theory and practice
Organization structure, organizational culture, and stakeholders. Students will understand the dimensions of and differences in variations of organizational structure & culture and organizational stakeholders.
Decision making and internal & external organizational environments. Students will understand elements of decision making and key factors of internal and external organizational environments.
Goal 2: Students will demonstrate decision making skills and apply analytical problem solving techniques used to diagnose, recommend and communicate solutions to business problems
Behavioral approaches to problem solving. Students will demonstrate the ability to apply interactional techniques to solving business problems.
Quantitative approaches to problem solving. Students will demonstrate the ability to apply measurement techniques to business problems, for example to determine magnitude and capacity issues.
Goal 3: Management concepts. Students will understand concepts in the major areas of leadership, management, ethics, and globalization of business
Students will recognize an organization’s social responsibilities.
Given different situations, students will recognize the leadership approaches that are most appropriate.
Students will understand how to motivate members of their organizations.
Goal 4: Application of management concepts. Students will be able to apply management concepts in decision making scenarios and case studies
Students will understand how to attracting and retain the right employees.
Students will understand how to evaluate the performance of employees.
Students will demonstrate the ability to identify analytical methods that may be used to assist decision making with respect to design, planning, and operation of business operations and supply chains.
Required 125 credits (36 of which must be numbered 300 or above, and 60 of which must be from a 4-year institution)
Essential Studies Requirements (See University ES listing)
|College of Business and Public Administration Requirements|
|ACCT 200||Elements of Accounting I||3 credits|
|ACCT 201||Elements of Accounting II||3 credits|
|ACCT 315||Business in the Legal Environment||3 credits|
|ISBC 117||Personal Productivity with Information Technology||1 credit|
|ISBC 217||Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems||3 credits|
|ECON 201||Principles of Microeconomics||3 credits|
|ECON 202||Principles of Macroeconomics||3 credits|
|ECON 210||Introduction to Business and Economics Statistics||3 credits|
|ECON 303||Money and Banking||3 credits|
|MATH 103||College Algebra||3 credits|
|MATH 146||Applied Calculus||3 credits|
|PSYC 111||Introduction to Psychology||3 credits|
|MGMT 300||Principles of Management||3 credits|
|MGMT 301||Operations Management||3 credits|
|FIN 310||Principles of Financial Management||3 credits|
|MGMT 475||Strategic Management||3 credits|
|MRKT 305||Marketing Foundations||3 credits|
|POLS 115||American Government I||3 credits|
|COMM 110||Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3 credits|
|Select one of the following:||3 credits|
|ANTH 171||Introduction to Cultural Anthropology||3 credits|
|SOC 110||Introduction to Sociology||3 credits|
|Total Credits||55 credits|
|BBA in Management|
|Major Business Courses Required:|
|Mgmt 302||Human Resource Mgmt||3|
|Mgmt 309||Quant Methods for Managers||3|
|Mgmt 310||Organizational Behavior||3|
|Mgmt 400||Org Theory and Analysis||3|
Select a minimum of twenty (20) elective credits from the list below:
|MGMT 361||Alternative Dispute Resolution||3|
|MGMT 362||Leadership and Conflict Resolution||3|
|MGMT 395||Special Topics||3|
|MGMT 397||Cooperative Education in Management||1-2|
|LEAD 400||Advanced Leadership||4|
|MGMT 407||Wage and Salary Administration||3|
|MGMT 408||Issues in Human Resource Management||3|
|MGMT 409||Union Management Relations||3|
|MGMT 410||Staffing: Recruitment and Selection||3|
|MGMT 412||Training and Development||3|
|MGMT 420||Multinational Management||3|
|MGMT 431||Supply Chain Management||3|
|MGMT 432||Supplier Relationship Management||3|
|MGMT 433||Logistics in the Supply Chain||3|
|MGMT 497||Internship in Management||1-3|
|MRKT 315||Retail Management||3|
|SPRT 330||Sport Law||3|
|SPRT 450||Facility and Event Planning||3|
|Plus electives to bring the total hours to 125.|