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Management

The Management program broadly introduces students to all aspects of management and business. Using active, engaged techniques such as team-based learning, problem-based learning, simulation and case method, the program prepares students to become effective managers, adept at organizing and applying human, financial and information resources to achieve optimal outcomes.

  • Students learn functional and analytical management skills as well as study organization behavior and theories of leadership
  • The major prepares graduates to work as competent and ethical management professionals
  • The program is accredited by the internationally recognized Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)

Areas of Study

The Management program delivers a broad undergraduate education in all major business disciplines. Course sequences provide emphasis in the following areas:

  • Leadership and Management
  • Financial Management/Accounting
  • Information Systems Management

Resources

Management majors have access to exceptional resources and opportunities, including: A very active Cadet Management Association (CMA); the Cadet Investment Club, which manages more than $35,000 in investments; professional development events; distinguished guest speakers; field trips to local and regional companies and organizations; and more.

Facts and Figures
12 Employment SVGThe average class size for Management majors
100% Project SVGOf Management majors work on a semester-long, real-world project
91st Business School SVGManagement grads average in the 91st percentile nationally on the ETS Business Exam, a standardized exam given at over 600 business schools
$98,560 Salary SVGThe 2015 median wage for management occupations – highest of all major occupational groups tracked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics

Contact Information

Management
CDR Anna HickeyAssociate Professor(860) 701-6846Anna.W.Hickey@uscga.edu
Tina Carrington(860) 701-6969Tina.M.Carrington@uscga.edu