Minor in Management
Program Contact: Julia Fullick 203-582-5034
Whether you plan to work at a startup, a large business or a nonprofit, having the skills to guide your staff through the challenges of a modern working environment will make you a valuable asset in any field. Our management minor gives you the foundational skills and knowledge to assess employee and organizational needs, develop effective communication practices and conflict resolution skills to ensure that employees are content and effective members of a team. You also will gain a broad perspective on how businesses operate efficiently.
This program can be largely customized. Of the six courses you’ll take to complete the minor, only one—Essentials of Management & Organizational Behavior—is required. You are free to choose the remaining five from courses that explore key areas such as supply chain management, human resources and project management.
Management Minor Curriculum
The minor in management requires a total of 18 credits.
|MG 210||Essentials of Management and Organizational Behavior||3|
|Select five additional management courses from the following:||15|
|Power and Politics of Leadership|
|Group and Virtual Team Processes|
|Managing People, Projects and Change|
|Software Applications for Business|
|Staffing: Recruitment, Selection and Placement|
|Advancing Employment Relations|
|Sports Management (SPS 312)|
|Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace|
|Data-Driven Decision Making|
|Transportation and Logistics Management|
|Service Operations Management|
|Supply Chain Analytics|
|Training and Development|
|Compensation and Benefits|