Bachelor of Science in Management
Program Contact: Mario Norbis 203-582-8309
Students in the Management program develop the behavioral and technical skills they need to become effective managers and leaders. Students completing the Bachelor of Science in Management gain foundational knowledge of management theory and research. In addition, they garner real-world, hands-on experience and build skills that can help them assist organizations in achieving their strategic plans and goals.
Management professionals have the big picture perspective to navigate the challenges businesses face in a modern economy. We’ll teach you the organizational and critical thinking skills necessary to be an effective leader in human resources, sports management and more.
You’ll learn to assess an organization’s unique operational needs and how to apply a variety of management strategies to ensure greater efficiency. Effective communication and interpersonal skills are essential, and you’ll hone those skills during group work and with cultural awareness and behavioral courses that train you to lead a diverse team of employees.
Through an array of internship opportunities, you’ll apply what you’ve learned in a professional setting. And our job fairs and alumni networking events will introduce you to representatives from throughout the business world including prominent management consulting firms like Deloitte, Bain and KPMG.
BS in Management Curriculum
Students majoring in Management are required to complete 122 credits.
|Business Core Curriculum|
|Complete the Business Core Curriculum||43|
|Complete the University Curriculum for School of Business||34|
|MG 301||Group and Virtual Team Processes||3|
|MG 302||Human Resource Management||3|
|MG 321||Decision Making for Managers||3|
|MG 335||Project Management||3|
|MG 402||Management Senior Seminar||3|
|Select one of the following:||15|
Complete five courses from MG level 200 or higher (not included in the management core)
Complete Human Resource Management (HRM) Track
Complete Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM) Track
|Select 15 credits||15|
Human Resource Management (HRM) Track
|MG 306||Staffing: Recruitment, Selection and Placement||3|
|MG 311||Advancing Employment Relations||3|
|MG 345||Training and Development||3|
|MG 355||Compensation and Benefits||3|
|IB 352||International Management||3|
Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM) Track
|MG 340||Supply Chain Logistics and Technology||3|
|MG 341||Service Operations Management||3|
|MG 342||Supply Chain Analytics||3|
|IB 345||Global Supply Chain||3|
|Select one Management (MG) elective||3|
Admission Requirements: School of Business
The requirements for admission into the undergraduate School of Business programs are the same as those for admission to Quinnipiac University.
Admission to the university is competitive, and applicants are expected to present a strong college prep program in high school. Prospective freshmen are strongly encouraged to file an application as early in the senior year as possible, and arrange to have first quarter grades sent from their high school counselor as soon as they are available.
For detailed admission requirements, including required documents, please visit the Admissions page of this catalog.